Japan 2024: teamLab Borderless TOKYO

3rd June 2024 at 3:52 pm

Dear Chibi,

We’re back from our first overseas trip with P-chan and what an amazing 19 days it’s been! I almost forgot what it felt like to fly since my last trip was 7 years ago, and of course the whole experience is different now with a little one. We had planned this trip pretty last minute, with Hubby doing all the heavy-lifting with research, flight and accomodation bookings and getting us around Japan’s confusing public transport system. Pretty sure he’s a pro now XD. Hubby and I have always been fond of Japan so we knew we had to go again (even though we’ve been warned it’s harder with kids). Plus, the dollar is just too good at the moment to pass!

We stayed at 5 different cities, starting from Tokyo then travelling to Hakone, Nagoya, Kyoto and Osaka. Hubby and I also celebrated our birthdays and Mothers Day. So many highlights. So many delicious food! We had an ice-cream/dessert almost everyday *drools*. I’ll be posting a series of blog entries to share a snap shot of our trip. The first in the series is our time at teamLab Borderless: MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM. How fitting that Vivid’s on right now in Sydney, since this exhibition definitely had Vivid vibes!

How cool is this entrance? It wasn’t until I saw Hubby’s pictures that I realised how the text is floating on top. Wow :O

teamLab Borderless is a world of artworks without boundaries, a “museum without a map”. So as we wandered around from room to room.. the artworks moved around as well. Kinda gives you FOMO though! There were plenty of hidden rooms also. They say to revisit the rooms at different times to see how the artworks interact with each other. From floor to ceiling each room was filled with so many interesting projections it really did take you to another world (Ironic because I forgot I was in Japan! haha.)

The lights of course were also interactive, and this room was one of the highlights for me. Definitely P-chan’s favourite as he rolled around the hill XD Looks like it’s raining!

There were plenty more experiences but too hard to take pics of. You just have to be there in person to experience it. We end up staying for 3 hours so safe to say we got to see everything :)

The building at Azabudai Hills

Next up: Japan 2024: Slam Dunk location & Enoshima

4 Responses to “Japan 2024: teamLab Borderless TOKYO”

  1. Mark says:

    I hope little p remembers this trip for as long as possible :)

  2. Kaz says:

    Oh wooow!! That waterfall one and flowers look amazing!! Can’t expect anything less from Japan though!

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