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

Closed *Currently closed
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
Parking No parking
Inquiry 0879-68-3555(Teshima Art Museum)
Address 908 Kou, Teshima, Tonosho-cho, Shozu-gun, Kagawa 7614663 Japan
URL http://benesse-artsite.jp/art/8-million-lab.html
Access Approximately 20 minutes by electric bicycle from Ieura Port