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Akasaka Kids-Teens Hall Nandemo, Akasaka

Akasaka Kids-Teens Hall Nandemo, Akasaka – Convenient and Free Place to Play and Meet

Right in the heart of Tokyo is a free and convenient play space called Akasaka Kids-Teens Hall Nandemo  (港区立赤坂子ども中高生プラザ ) where you can drop in for a few hours and enjoy the kids letting off steam. We love visiting local public community centers such as Akasaka Kids-Teens Hall Nandemo because your kids can enjoy “new” toys in a fun environment. My daughter loves the kids and baby room, art room and gym space. It is a quick walk from Akasaka and Tameike-Sanno Stations.   Monthly activities are offered by age group; baby, elementary, and jr/sr. high. English language program information is posted on this page (scroll to the bottom to find English links).

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It is necessary to sign-in to Akasaka Kids-Teens Hall Nandemo by writing in English or Japanese your name and address and ages of children, but all of the fun is free. You do not need to be a resident of Tokyo or Japan; visitors are welcome.  There is no cafe, but you are welcome to bring food and beverages and eat in the main area. There is also a small kitchen and a nursing room. Here is a clickable diagram where you can see into each room in the center (click a room). 

Akasaka Kids-Teens Hall Nandemo, Akasaka

Akasaka Kids-Teens Hall Nandemo, Akasaka

Address: 6-6-14 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 03-5561-7830 (Japanese language only)
Akasaka Kids-Teens Hall Nandemo, AkasakaBusiness Hours: 9:30 – 20:00 daily; Closed Holidays
Website: http://www.seirouin.or.jp/nandemo/ (English information updated monthly)
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Access: 2 min walk from exit 5b at Akasaka Station on the Chiyoda Line and 8 min walk from exit 11 at Tameike-Sanno on the Ginza and Namboku Lines (Good map and directions in English); There is no public parking on the premises; however, plenty of bike parking.

 

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  1. I always like your articles! I have a baby in Japan and it’s really helpful to have good informations on what to do here. Keep going!

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