On Oct. 1, Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama will open her own museum in the Shinjuku neighborhood of Tokyo. Spoon and Tamago, a website dedicated to Japanese culture, first reported about it on Aug. 10., and that report was later confirmed by David Zwirner—the gallery which represents Kusama. The five-story building is designed by Japanese firm Kume Sekkei, which was actually completed in 2014 but remained unused for unspecified reasons.

According to Spoon and Tamago, the entry level will house a gift shop and lobby. The second and third floors will serve as exhibition spaces for Kusama’s works, and the fourth will be devoted to her famous immersive installations, often referred to as “infinity rooms” for how the mirrors that line the insides reflect endless images driven by lighting. A fifth floor will be used as both a reading room and an archive to store any material that chronicles Kusama’s career.

The museum will host rotating exhibitions twice a year. The inaugural exhibition, “Creation is a Solitary Pursuit, Love is What Brings You Closer to Art,” will run from opening day through Feb. 25, 2018.