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Step into the breathtaking digital world of teamLAB Borderless in Tokyo Japan

One of the major spots and attractions in the Tokyo Bay area is represented by teamLAB’s Museum, Borderless, which opened in 2018 on the 2nd floor of Odaiba’s Palette Town, just next to the Ferris wheel. I recommend getting the tickets in advance as it can be very crowded and you might go in hopes of visiting but find yourself unable to because the tickets sold out.

You can purchase the tickets here on their website and also find more information regarding the opening hours, events and details on how to get there.

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The museum offers an irreplaceable memory for those who visit it. As the name suggests, it is a place with no borders where you can create your own path and walk freely through the five sections of the exhibition.

You will find the Borderless World, Future Park, Athletics Forest, Forest of Lamps and the En Tea House.

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For every section, lights and sounds move with the visitors and react to their touch or moves. That's why you can enjoy a different experience every time you visit and discover something new each time.

Marvelous art and exhibits await you from the moment you step into this world of infinite possibilities, innovative design, and creativity without borders. Feel free to step beyond your limits and enjoy this extraordinary experience by getting immersed in this stunning borderless museum which teamLAB has created.

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However, make sure to wear something comfortable before visiting. Sneakers and pants would be a good option, as floors can be a bit unsteady and there are many mirrors around. (You had better avoid outfits than expose too many private areas of your body).

Don’t forget to buy tickets in advance to make sure you can get in, be aware of your surroundings when you move through the exhibits as the place is pretty dark and stay close to your family/friends so you won’t get separated (especially on weekends and national holidays because it’s usually super crowded during those days).

I hope this article got you interested in the museum! If you visit, I’d love to hear your opinions and thoughts regarding the place (on the grape Japan Facebook page).

By - cinnamonellie.