TeamLab Borderless in Tokyo is a remarkable audio-visual attraction in Tokyo and a must-see in the city if you ever visit. It’s on expansive, harbour-facing area of Odaiba which is encircled by the very scenic train ride, along with excellent shopping centre Diver City, which features a showcase level of award-winning ramen restaurants from throughout the country. I took a lot of footage that day and so here it is along with some nice electronic music. It was a fantastical, phantasmagorical and surreal journey into awe and wonder. TeamLab Borderless was a triumph of art and technology.
Content Catnip TV: Team Lab Borderless, Tokyo
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2 thoughts on “Content Catnip TV: Team Lab Borderless, Tokyo”
Great photography Catnip. The Japanese are very inventive electronically and graphically. Fascinating nation. 38 million people stacked on top of each other in Tokyo. I think you admire them tremendously, judging by your posts.
Yeah totally Kev, I guess you can tell I am a Japanophile hehe. It is an amazing place, I think it’s the combination of how they strive for perfection in food, art, etc plus the quirky cutesy stuff they have, combined with the ancient Zen history, the quiet mountain monasteries and yet bright neon cities, I could go on lol. I recommend going there Kev you might just feel the same way! Covid needs to bugger off so we can go!!