Photo: © teamLabBubble Universe: Physical Light, Bubbles of Light, Wobbling Light, and Environmental Light

The new teamLab Borderless is opening in Azabudai Hills on February 9 – tickets now on sale

We now have all the details, including ticket sale and prices, opening hours and more

Lim Chee Wah
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Lim Chee Wah

This is it, the moment we've all been waiting for. After months of speculation and waiting, and a major tease when the premier digital art museum unveiled three never-before-seen installations for its new home in Azabudai Hills, teamLab Borderless: Mori Building Digital Art Museum finally confirmed that it's reopening on Friday, February 9 2024.

teamLab Borderless
Photo: © teamLabBubble Universe: Physical Light, Bubbles of Light, Wobbling Light, and Environmental Light

If you're eager to visit the new teamLab Borderless as soon as it opens, you'll be pleased to know that the tickets are now on sale. Note that ticket prices for adults and visitors with disability differ by day. Also, tickets purchased on-site at the door are ¥200 more.

  • Adult 18 years old and above: ¥3,800-¥4,800
  • 13 to 17 years old: ¥2,800
  • 4 to 12 years old: ¥1,500
  • 3 years old and under: FREE
  • Visitors with disability: from ¥1,900
森ビル デジタルアート ミュージアム:エプソン チームラボボーダレス
Photo:Kisa Toyoshima

When teamLab Borderless first opened in Odaiba in June 2018, it was such a revelation. Tokyo, and the world, had never seen something like this before: a huge, expansive museum filled with immersive and interactive digital installations, where the artworks seamlessly merge, influence and interact with each other across the rooms as well as with the people who wander through these spaces. Hence, the 'borderless' moniker in the museum's name.

teamLab Borderless
Photo: © teamLabBlack Waves - Megalith Crystal Formation (work in progress)

The original teamLab Borderless was such a huge hit that it broke the Guinness world record in 2019 for being the world's most visited museum dedicated to a single artist/art group. It closed in August 2022 to make way for its relocation to a central Tokyo venue, which was later revealed to be the new Azabudai Hills development.

teamLab Borderless will be open daily from 10am to 9pm, with last admission at 8pm. It's closed every first and third Tuesday of the month.

For more information, check the teamLab Borderless website. 

This article was first published on December 21 2023 and updated on January 16 2024.

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