I lived in Nakameguro for a couple years and since my husband was frequently away on business my infant son and I explored all that Nakameguro had to offer – especially the playrooms. Playrooms are located in government buildings and are funded by your taxes so they are all free; all you have to do is register. Every playroom setup is different, but all have toys, books and play equipment – even some classes.
They are great places to meet for a playdate, or go alone with baby and make some new neighborhood friends.
Here is a full list of Nakameguro area playrooms to take your baby or toddlers on those hot or rainy days. Enjoy!
Nakameguro Area Playrooms
Nakameguro Area Playrooms (Jidoukans)
Meguro Ward Office Playroom located on the 2nd floor of the Meguro Ward Office in Nakameguro. Photo featured.
Meguro Citizens Center Jidoukan
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Nakameguro Area Playroom (Jidokan) – Free play spaces for small kids
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