Last week when I was taking cat photos for my previous post, I noticed there were untouched pictures from our anniversary last year and that got me into a realization that I haven’t made any post about it because last year I was occupied with other things. So here I am, writing a year old overdue date we had.
We went on a weekend and decided to spend the day at TeamLab Borderless in Odaiba. TeamLab Borderless is a museum or space where digital artworks flow and roam around. Honestly it was my first time getting into a place like it! Here is the explanation from their website, you can access it HERE:
People understand and recognize the world through their bodies, moving freely and forming connections and relationships with others. As a consequence, the body has its own sense of time. In the mind, the boundaries between different thoughts are ambiguous, causing them to influence and sometimes intermingle with each other.
TeamLab Borderless is a group of artworks that form one continuous, borderless world. Artworks move out of the rooms freely, form connections and relationships with people, communicate with other works, influence and sometimes intermingle with each other, and have the same concept of time as the human body.
People wander through the world, exploring with intention, creating and discovering a new world with others. The borderless world transforms according to our presence, and as we immerse and meld ourselves into this unified world, we explore a continuity among people, as well as a new understanding of the continuity between ourselves and the world.
This is a must visit place if you are planning to go to Japan as some of the artworks changes throughout the year. The entry fee for adult is ¥3200 per person, which is approximately RM122. They maintained safety measures such as distance lining up, sanitizers everywhere and limited entry on certain days.
I love how the art is interactive and immersive. It is definitely different from traditional museum. Back to the topic, is Tokyo TeamLab Borderless for Anniversary: Worth It? The answer is YES. Accessible by train, surrounded with other interesting places, it is a fun way to spend a day with your friends or loved ones ♡