The World's Most Visited Museum in Japan

With nearly 2.2 million visitors, TeamLab Borderless (Tokyo) has been recognized by Guinness World Records as the most visited museum globally.

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With a record total of 2,198,284 visitors in 2019, TeamLab Borderless surpassed the Van Gogh museum, the Netherlands (2,134,778 visits), the Picasso museum, Spain (1,072,887 visits). It has become the most visited museum in the world as recognized by Guinness World Records.

Open to visitors since 2018, TeamLab Borderless is the world's first digital art museum in Tokyo (Japan). Time magazine voted it one of the "World's Greatest Places of 2019".

Since its opening, the museum has welcomed millions of visitors from more than 160 countries and territories.

Actor Will Smith has been visiting the museum since 2019. Photo: Willsmith.

Come here, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself with more than 50 works of art in a 10,000 m2 area at Palette Town commercial area. The works were developed by a team of artists from the company TeamLab, operated by 520 computers and 470 projectors that are able to interact through computer graphics and a number of other technologies.

To prevent the Covid-19 epidemic, the museum is currently limiting the number of visitors. In addition, all surfaces on the museum are disinfected regularly. Visitors also have their temperature checked, disinfected and wear masks when entering.

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