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Tokyo Sky Tree Spring Event

Tokyo Sky Tree`s Spring Event – Fun for young kids

Tokyo Sky Tree Spring Event The Tokyo Sky Tree Spring Event is a great time to visit with the nice weather, clear views of the city and Cherry trees soon to bloom. Try visiting the Sumida Aquarium, the Kodomonoyu Playcenter or the Sky Tree Observation Deck while you`re there. Sky Tree and the Solamachi Complex also house great restaurants and excellent shopping.

The Tokyo Sky Tree Spring Event has attractions suited for kids aged preschool to elementary, and live Tokyo Sky Tree Spring Event performances by the Sky Tree mascots. Conveniently located on the 4th floor outdoor Sky Arena, the Solamachi Wakuwaku Park has three attractions at the foot of the Sky Tree; the Jump Zone: 4 trampolines with harnesses that enable your kids to jump up to seven meters high; Bubble Balls: 1.5 diameter bubble balls that allow kids to move in them safely and freely around the water; and a large caterpillar-shaped bouncy-type castle inflated with air. My son loved floating around in the bubble ball, and braver kids loved jumping 7 meters in the air while the little ones had fun in the giant caterpillar.

Dance performances by the three Sky Tree mascots Sorakara-chan, Teppenpen, and Sukoburuburu are held on weekends (3/26, 3/27, 4/2, 4/3, 4/9 and 4/10) at 10:30, 12:30, 14:30 and 16:30. More information can be found on their Spring Event pdf.

Tokyo Sky Tree`s Spring Event Details

Tokyo Sky TreeDates: until April 10
Time of event: 11:00 – 19:00 Daily. Closed if bad weather.
Cost: 500 yen or 1000 yen depending on the attraction
Age: Preschool and Elementary School aged children
Address: 1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida, Tokyo (東京都墨田区押上 1-1-2)
Phone: 05-7055-0102
Access: Oshiage Station (Sky Tree)
Website: http://www.tokyo-skytree.jp/en/

 

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Tokyo Sky Tree Spring Event – Fun for young kids

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