TeamLab to Get Permanent Digital Art Museum Opening This Summer in Tokyo

For the last several years, digital art collective teamLab has staged impressive installations all around Japan and abroad. Various museums have played host and fans have lined up for hours to immerse themselves in the short-lived digital projections that are often as interactive as they are colorful. Now, teamLab is getting their own museum of digital art thanks to a collaboration between real estate company Mori Building.

This summer, the Mori Building Digital Art Museum will open in Tokyo’s Odaiba district. A 10,000 sq meter (107,640 sq feet) space will be filled with roughly 40 artworks controlled by 520 computers and 470 projectors. The artworks, some which have never before been seen, will blend together throughout the massive space, breaking down the borders between artworks, and between visitors.

Mori Building Digital Art Museum will open June 21, 2018 and will operate 7 days a week. See website for specific hours. General admission is 3,200 yen.

children will be able to slide through a field of fruit

at the En Tea House, flowers will bloom inside your tea cup


  1. This is fascinating! I hope I have a chance to go there in the future.

  2. Jesus Christ; $35 equivalent for admission? That’s a bit rich.

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