One of Tokyo’s major attractions — teamLab Borderless: MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM* — has announced its return. It will open at the shiny new Azabudai Hills project in Garden Plaza B on the B1 Floor.

With construction scheduled to finish at the end of 2023/beginning of 2024, teamLab Borderless is expected to open for visitors in early February 2024.

The new teamLab Borderless won’t just be all the same artworks and installations from the previous Odaiba location transported to a new space. Organizers promise “greatly evolved” artworks as well as a host of brand-new, never-before-seen artworks.

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Some of the new works to be unveiled include the tentatively titled “Microcosmoses”, “Birth”, “Sea of Clouds”, and “The Sculpture of Time Distortion in a Mirror”.

The previous incarnation of teamLab Borderless at the MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM in Odaiba attracted an incredible 2.3 million visitors in a single year.

Tickets cost ¥3,800¥4,800 for adults, and are available on Klook as well as the official website.

* — We know this capitalization is not usual, but it’s what the museum has chosen to call itself

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