COVID-19 Info: All visitors are asked to wear masks inside the museum. For more updates, check the official website https://borderless.teamlab.art/#informationWalk through bursting colors, sparkling crystals, and flowers blooming from every direction at teamLab Borderless—a digital art exhibition that’s like nothing else you’ve ever experienced.Immerse yourself in showers of light. It’s exactly as mind-bending as it sounds.The exhibit, housed at the Mori Building Digital Art Museum in Odaiba, Tokyo, is truly an experience. The art morphs and transforms, encapsulating visitors and tantalizing t...
Tokyo to kick off its countdown to the Summer Olympics on January 24
The Olympic Committee announced on Friday that festivities for the sporting year in prospect would begin with the inauguration of the Olympic symbol on the artificial island of Odaiba on January 24. Tokyo will be gearing up for the Summer Olympics from January 24. To mark the start of the city's countdown and curb impatience for the start of the games on July 24, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government has planned a lighting ceremony for the monumental Olympic symbol, which is now installed on a barge in the futuristic Odaiba district. The rings, which are more than 15 meters high by 32 meters long,...
Top Things to Do in Odaiba, Tokyo, from the Classics to Newly Opened Attractions
The waterfront area of Odaiba is full of large shopping malls and amusement parks. Here are 20 recommended tourist spots in this area that is packed with fun for both children and adults.What Is Odaiba?Odaiba, which was developed by reclaiming land from Tokyo Bay, is an attractive area that is constantly evolving with new spots continuing to open one after another. Interest in it has risen even further with its selection as the site for swimming, triathlon and beach volleyball in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. It has many large commercial complexes such as AQUA CITY ODAIBA, DiverCity Tokyo Plaza and...
Unko Museum Odaiba
The poos here at the Unko Museum Odaiba — unkois Japanese for poop — are fortunately nothing like the real thing. Unless your poop resembles pastel-colored soft-serve ice cream, in which case you should stop reading now and see a doctor.It may sound strange on (toilet) paper, but Tokyo’s poop museum is one of the city’s most trendy attractions. It’s just one of many instagrammable spots in Odaiba, Tokyo’s hip entertainment neighborhood.From Yokohama’s temporary poop museumIn March 2019, the announcement of a short run pop-up gallery dedicated to all things unko in Yokohamamade headlines across...