Teshima 8 Million Lab ※Currently closed※
Teshima 8 Million Lab is located in the seaside area of Kou in southwestern Teshima. In the Shinto religion, “Yaoyorozu” (which literally means “8 Million”) is a word used to describe the myriad of gods believed to reside in almost anything – such as the wind, ocean, trees and animals. Conceived by artist Sputniko!, Teshima 8 Million Lab sets out to create new members of Yaoyorozu, forming a mythology from emerging science and art.
Far from the big city and located on a site that is blessed with an abundance of nature, the facility invites to explore alternative perspectives on our future as we continue to move forward with science.
Artist: Sputniko! Architects: Yuri Naruse, Jun Inokuma Photo: Omote Nobutada
Please see Open Days Calendar.
|Hours||9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. *Currently closed|
|Admission||￥520 *free for children 15 and under|
|Viewing Time||20 minutes|
|Group Visits(10 people and more)||Group visits to the museum must be booked in advance. This enables us to schedule groups throughout the day to avoid overcrowding. A group of up to 20 is admitted in every 30 minutes
|Inquiry||0879-68-3555(Teshima Art Museum)|
|Address||908 Kou, Teshima, Tonosho-cho, Shozu-gun, Kagawa 7614663 Japan|
|Access||Approximately 20 minutes by electric bicycle from Ieura Port|