It’s common knowledge that Japan is the coolest place on the earth—think robot restaurants, cherry blossoms, Harajuku and the birthplace of ramen.
Well, here’s another reason you need to visit this awesome country right now—the Mori Building Borderless Digital Art Museum, brought to us by teamLab.
You’ll find the exhibition by jumping on one of Tokyo’s futuristic trains to the man-made island of Odaiba. This seriously cool island is already well known for having some of the best shopping and entertainment that Tokyo Bay has to offer, so you'll want to spend the entire day here. If you’ve got time, we recommend ditching public transport and walking across the legendary Rainbow Bridge—you’ll definitely catch some amazing sights on your way.
Now, this isn’t your regular installation. Like something out of a futuristic movie, the art is completely borderless, allowing it to flow freely around the huge 10,000 square meter space.
You can park up in the same spot and watch new art come and go, moving as it pleases and working together to create something new all the time. Visitors are encouraged to interact with each other and with the art to create a once in a lifetime experience.
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Image credit: teamLab