TeamLab Borderless
Aomi: Attraction
 
TeamLab Borderless: Aomi
Aomi / Attraction
Open 10am-10pm. Closed Tuesdays.
Admission is Y3200 for adults, and Y1000 for children 14 and under. Tickets must be purchased online.

Billed as the world's first digital art museum, this ambitious art installation is made up of fifty interactive art experiences created with the use of 470 projectors and a large number of computers. The museum-installation is produced by the teamLab digital art production group in collaboration with the Mori Building real-estate developer and electronics manufacturer Epson.

Koto-ku, Aomi 1-3-8, Palette Town.
5 minutes from Aomi station (Yurikamome line)
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