The teamLab Borderless art museum will reopen at Azabudai Hills, in early February 2024. Step into a world of surrealist art installations at teamLab Borderless: Mori Building Digital Art Museum. What is teamLab Borderless? When it opened in Tokyo on June 21, 2018, teamLab Borderless was billed as the world's first digital art museum -- since then, its sister museum, teamLab Planets has also been unveiled (try not to get them confused). Its original location was in Odaiba, but it temporarily closed on August 31, 2022 and relocated to Azabudai Hills. It plans to reopen in February 2024. The digital art collective teamLab -- an interdisciplinary group consisting of artists, scientists, and more -- has had multiple exhibitions around and beyond Japan. Despite its Japanese roots, it was only in 2018 that teamLab finally launched permanent (or, at least, long-term) installations in Japan. Better late than never, we suppose. teamLab Borderless is unlike any museum that you've ever seen. This large space uses hundreds of computers and projectors to create an experience that will stimulate all five senses. There's no set course for enjoying this digital art museum, so just let your curiosity and imagination wander, and pick any path to start. What is teamLab Borderless like? You can't step into the same room twice. The art is dynamic and constantly in motion. In just a few minutes, you can experience a change of scenery -- a burst of purple flowers here, a shower of sunflowers there -- even while standing in the same spot. The museum isn't called "Borderless" for nothing; the art moves freely. The Mori Building Digital Art Museum's stunning installations make the perfect backdrop for #aesthetic shots. Pro tip: Azabudai Hills is a great place to explore after you visit the museum. There's plenty to see and do. While taking photos and videos is part of the experience, and is actually something that teamLab encourages, don't just visit for the Instagram potential. You're highly encouraged to experience the art in ways other than clicking away on your smartphone. After all, it's been said that all art is an immersive experience, and you can truly feel that for yourself here. For one, you'll find that some art projections react to touch. Ticket prices for the Mori Building Digital Art Museum: teamLab Borderless Prices for the relocated teamLab Borderless have not been released, but in the past, an adult ticket cost , children got in for , and disabled persons could get tickets for . Other digital art museums and galleries in Tokyo If the experience left you eager for more, visit teamLab Planets. Access is via a 1-minute walk from Shin-Toyosu Station or a 10-minute walk from Toyosu Station. teamLab Planets features similar installations to those at teamLab Borderless but also has unique ones such as a digital koi pond that will require visitors to wade through water. There's also the brand-new teamLab Acorn Forest in Saitama, which makes a great day trip. Also, forget any misconceptions you may have about art being boring and stuffy. Check out our mega-guide to Tokyo's art galleries and museums. They may not have digital art, but they can still offer an immersive experience nonetheless. This post was first published in September 2018. Last updated in November 2023. While we do our best to ensure it's correct, information is subject to change.