teamLab Borderless
Photo: Exhibition view of Mori Building Digital Art Museum: teamLab Borderless, 2018, Odaiba, Tokyo © teamLab

teamLab Borderless releases last batch of tickets before it closes in August

The final round of tickets to the world’s first digital art museum will go on sale from Wednesday June 15

Emma Steen
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Emma Steen

This is it. Four years after opening as the world’s first digital art museum, teamLab Borderless is now set to close its Odaiba venue this summer in order to relocate to central Tokyo in 2023. Tickets for teamLab Borderless’s final opening days in Odaiba will go on sale from 12noon (JST) on Wednesday June 15, where you’ll be able to book a visit for the days between July 1 and August 31 2022 (the last day of opening).

teamLab Botanical Garden
Photo: teamLab, Floating Resonating Lamps - One Stroke © teamLabteamLab Botanical Garden Osaka

Though it feels strange to bid farewell to an attraction that has become something of a Tokyo institution since its opening in 2018, art collective teamLab is on to bigger and better things with a host of exciting new exhibitions. This includes the teamLab Botanical Garden that has just opened in Osaka, as well as the 'teamLab: A Forest Where Gods Live' exhibition which is held at Mifuneyama Rakuen in Saga prefecture from July through early November. 

The exact location and opening date of the new teamLab Borderless coming in 2023 has yet to be confirmed. So if you want to give the original venue a proper goodbye before it disappears, it’s best to book your tickets soon via the teamLab Borderless website. General admission tickets cost ¥3,200, while junior high school students or younger can enter for ¥1,000. 

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