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Watch as interactive art projections come to life right before your eyes at the world’s first digital art museum.

Walk through bursting colors, sparkling crystals and flowers blooming from every direction at teamLab Borderless—a digital art exhibition that’s like nothing else you’ve ever experienced. The international art collective behind the exhibit began in 2001 and consists of artists, programmers, computer graphic animators and architects who want to understand and appreciate the world around them. With exhibits all across cities like New York, Abu Dhabi and Beijing, each offers an experience unlike any other.

teamLab Borderless

TeamLab Borderless

Photo by: teamLab, Flowers and People, Cannot be Controlled but Live Together – A Whole Year per Hour © teamLab Flowers and People, Cannot be Controlled but Live Together – A Whole Year per Hour

The permanent exhibit currently housed at Azabudai Hills in Tokyo, is truly an experience. Immerse yourself in showers of light—trust us, it’s exactly as mind-bending as it sounds. The art morphs and transforms, encapsulating visitors and tantalizing their senses. The museum “without a map” is brimming with over 50 works that include stunning free-flowing interactive designs.

It’s exactly as mind-bending as it sounds, and that’s only the beginning—teamLab Borderless has much more in store.

Visiting the museum

Photo by: teamLab, Infinite Crystal World © teamLab Infinite Crystal World

One visit might take you to any icy blue fantasy, while the next may see the room glowing with different hues of green and purple. No two visits are ever the same. There is no correct way to explore the fluid designs being projected before you, but the Crystal World area is one of the most dazzling. With mirrors in every direction, reflecting a maze of shimmering crystals, the possibilities are endless. The mystical background music sets the tone perfectly for this fairytale of lights, colors, and sounds. Reach out and touch the characters marching along the museum walls to see how they interact with you, but be gentle with the fluttering butterflies—if you touch them, they’ll die. With countless artworks, a teahouse and even a kid-friendly area, you can (and will) spend hours here. The best way to enjoy your visit is distraction-free, letting the vivid images whisk you away into another dimension.

Things To Know

Hours and fees

Tickets cost ¥4,000-¥4,800 depending on the day for adults, ¥2,800 for those under 18 and ¥1,500 for kids ages 4-12. Tickets can be purchased online on the day (if not sold out), we recommend buying them in advance online at https://www.teamlab.art/e/borderless-azabudai/

The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. in May. From June to July, the museum hours are from 9 A.M. to 9 p.m., it’ll be closed at 5 pm. on May 14, May 28, Jun 11, Jun 25.

The museum is closed on the following days: May 7, May 21, Jun 4, Jun 18, July 2, July 16,

How To Get There


By train

Direct connection from Exit 5 of Kamiyacho station or a four-minute walk from Exit 2 of Roppongi-Itchome station.

Where To Stay

APA Hotel & Resort Roppongi Eki-higashi
  • 3-18-6 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 106-0032 Japan
  • ¥7,700 - ¥48,300
  • 4.27/5 (209 reviews)
  • 0.3 km
Sumitomo Villa Fontaine Grand Tokyo-Roppongi
  • 1-6-2 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 106-0032 Japan
  • ¥21,280 - ¥62,720
  • 3.8/5 (555 reviews)
  • 0.3 km
Mitsui Garden Hotel Roppongi Tokyo Premier
  • 3-15-17 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 106-0032 Japan
  • ¥36,090 - ¥153,000
  • 4.6/5 (172 reviews)
  • 0.4 km
The Tokyo Edition Toranomon
  • 4-1-1 Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 105-0001 Japan
  • ¥131,560 - ¥910,800
  • 0.6 km
APA Hotel Roppongi SIX
  • 2-3-11 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 106-0032 Japan
  • ¥9,900 - ¥37,600
  • 3.93/5 (580 reviews)
  • 0.6 km

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