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100 Spoons, Futako-Tamagawa, Yokohama & Inside the Museum of Contemporary Art

The baby-friendly 100 Spoons Family Restaurant inside The Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo (MOT) is fantastic. The interior is clean, with minimal furniture and spacious. They have natural light coming in from two large windows with views of the MOT’s exterior structore and a warmer family-friendly section in the back.

100 Spoons in the MOT has a small play space named Atelier with two sculptures you can add sticker dots to (stickers 100 yen), sit at a table and become a piece of art (tables at the back of the restaurant have a camera directed at them where your image is reflected on a picture frame hung on the wall), children are given colored pencils to color on the menu, and after lunch you can explore the MOT, browse the current museum exhibition or play at Kiba park behind the museum.

100 Spoons serves a western meals that you can purchase via course, sets or a la carte. They also offer FREE seasonal baby food made every morning with seasonal vegetables ideal for 3, 6 and 9 month olds served on a nice plate of carved wood and half size dishes for children who want to try something from the adults menu (recipes downloadable online).

100 Spoons The Museum of Contemporary Art, Koto-ku Details:
Address: 4-1-1 Miyoshi, Koto-ku, Tokyo B1F, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo
Phone: 03-6458-5718
Business Hours: 11: 00-18: 00 (LO17: 00). Closed on Monday (closed on Tuesday if Monday is a holiday). Please check the museum website for special closures.
Access: 9 minutes on foot from Exit B2 of Kiyosumi Shirakawa Station on the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line; 13 minutes on foot from Exit A3 on the Toei Subway Oedo Line; 15 minutes on foot from Exit 3 of Kiba Station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line, or Get off at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Contemporary Art in front of the Toei bus and take the Toei Shinjuku Line “Kikugawa Station” exit A4 on foot or get off at the Toei Bus in front of the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo.
Website: https://100spoons.com/mot/
Notes: high chairs, diaper changing table, and stroller friendly


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We had a lovely lunch at the 100 Spoons Restaurant in the Rise Shopping Center Terrace Market. I was a bit concerned at first because she said it was a family restaurant, but in the end it was a great experience. 100 Spoons is owned and operated by the same group that runs Tokyo Soup Stock (another of my favourite eateries).

The concept behind 100 Spoons is to offer a family restaurant that does not feel like a traditional family restaurant. Provide a casual yet modern setting, allow kids to eat the same menu items but in smaller proportions, and have casual seating with sofas and low tables. I can totally see taking my four kids to dinner or lunch at 100 Spoons.

The menu has a selection that will suit everyone. Nice selection of appetizers, salads, and pasta. The two signature mains include the 100 Spoons Hamburger set (full 1,580 or half 890 yen) and the popular Little Big Plate which is comprised of either six items (small plate; 980 yen) or 10 items (large plate; 1,780 yen). There are also sausages, salmon and chicken on the main menu. I had the hamburger set with rice and found it moist and very filling. My girlfriend had the large Little Big Plate (pictured above) and loved the variety of the items.

100 Spoons is a great new family restaurants that will make you feel all grown-up!

After enjoying a wonderful lunch, you can continue shopping in the Rise S.C. or stroll through the park with a Latte in hand.

100 Spoons Futakotamagawa Details:IMG_1270
Address: Futako-Tamagawa Rise Shopping Center Terrace Market 2F, 1-14-1 Futako-Tamagawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 03-6432-7033
Business Hours: Daily 9:30 ~ 23:00; Lunch 11:00 ~ 15:00
Access: 5 min walk from Futako-Tamagawa station on the Den-en-toshi Line (connects directly to Hanzomon Line)
Website: https://100spoons.com/futakotamagawa/


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