If you see nothing else while you’re in Tokyo, see this. It’s truly a world without horizons, and it’s constantly changing and unfolding around you.
Technologically, it’s astounding, with some artwork that’s resident in the rooms, and others that swim, fly and roam freely through the spaces and corridors.
This is just a taste of the delights of Borderless – for a more in-depth look at all the attractions (plus videos!) and how to get tickets, click here.
For insider tips & tricks to getting maximum enjoyment out of the experience, click here.
Open: Every day, except closed 2nd and 4th Tuesdays (open all other days, including holidays)
Hours: 10:00 – 19:00; Weekends and holidays 10:00 – 21:00; Last admission is one hour before closing
Admission: Adults ¥3,200; Children (4-14) ¥1000 (under 4 are free); Disabled (with one accompanying person, must show certificate) ¥1600
Here’s more to do in the neighborhood, while you’re there
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