Experience the Coolest Interactive Digital Art Museum

Japan does every better – even art museums. teamLab Borderless and Mori Building present the Mori Digital Art Museum in Odaiba, Tokyo that offers visitors a most extraordinary experience that breaks down all borders and barriers about what you expect from typical art museums.

teamLab Borderless Mori Digital Art Museum

Digital art is today’s artistic expression. Mori Building Digital Art Museum by teamLab Borderless encourages and challenges your exceptions by pushing the borders beyond what we know of art. It’s a marriage and magic of science, art, technology, and design with artworks

The permanent exhibit is housed in Odaiba Palette Town near the big Ferris Wheel. While the entrance may not seem like much, you actually step into a 10,000 square meter space packed with three-dimensional, interactive and ever-changing digital art. This is the first museum of its kind and it really gives a new meaning to living in a digital world.


Check out my video below with clips from my experience at Mori Digital Art Museum


How to Get to the Museum

MORI Building Digital Art Museum by teamLab Borderless
Odaiba Palette Town

Access through Aomi Station or Tokyo Teleport Station
Walk towards Ferris Wheel and spot the teamLab Borderless signage


Ticket Information

Adults and young adults ages 15+: 3200 yen ($28 USD)
Children ages 4-14: 1000 yen ($9 USD)

Buy tickets online ahead of time as they typically sell out fast and do not sell tickets at the door


Museum Schedule & Hours

August 1, 2018 to September 2, 2018:
Daily, 10am to 10pm (last entry 9pm)
Closed Friday, August 10 & Tuesday, August 28

September 3, 2018 onwards:
Monday to Thursday, 11am to 7pm
Friday & Holiday Eve, 11am to 9pm
Saturday, 10am to 9pm
Sunday & Holiday, 10am to 7pm
Closed 2nd and 4th Tuesdays


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