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Tokyo by Age. We cover everything fun from baby-toddler,  kindergarten-elementary, and tweens-teens. Looking for an indoor pl

Ajiro Playground (The Slide Park), Azabu Juban

Ajiro Playground Park (網代公園), better known as the Slide Park, is located near the Azabu Juban shopping street. My kids love this park because of the large cement slide that kids slide down on old pieces of cardboard. There are usually some old pieces lying around, but recommended to bring …

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Setagaya Park, Setagaya (mini SL train rides, pedal race tracks and more!)

Setagaya Park is a great park for kids. They offer train rides on a Mini Steam Locomotive (Wednesdays, Weekends and Holidays only), pedal go carts in a traffic park with working traffic signals, 2 separate playgrounds equip with swings, spring riders, slides, monkey bars and sandpit, and a children-sized shanty town …

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Meguro Citizens Center / Kumin Center

Meguro Citizens Center houses a range of facilities, including a library, a museum of art, jidoukan (children`s playroom), outdoor tennis courts, a basketball court, a volleyball court, a weight training room, four badminton courts, a heated indoor swimming pool, and an outdoor swimming & wading pool that’s open during summer.   Wading …

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Kamiyon Jidouyuen Playground, Nakameguro

** June 2015 update: The swirly slide was removed from the play equipment and replace with a climbing wall. Kamiyon Jidouyuen Playground is nestled between Nakameguro & Yutenji stations. Located across the playground is the Meguro Christ Church. A quiet playground frequented by locals. Equipment: 2 swings sandpit slide climbing …

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National Children’s Castle, Aoyama – SHUT DOWN MARCH 2015

The National Children’s Castle closed it’s doors on February 1, 2015 We are sad to announce the National Children’s Castle is now closed, permanently. So sad to lose such a great facility! National Children’s Castle or Kodomo no Shiro is a fun and educational play hall in Jingumae (between Shibuya & Omotesando). Facilities include …

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Sugekari Park, Aobadai

Sugekari Park is located in Aobadai, a 10-min walk from Nakameguro station. Frequented by local neighborhood kids and students from the Sugekari Elementary School, it`s a nice place to relax and let your kids run around on grass. The park also houses a refurbished Japanese-style house and Garden. Equipment: 2 …

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Kid-O-Kid Bornelund

Kid-O-Kid consists of a large playroom filled with Bornelund toys and activities, including a jumping castle, inflatable runway for running and jumping, a ball pit, a sand pit, train sets, puzzles, kitchen and food, and a corner for babies with safe toys, crawling areas and climbing structures. Great play centers usually located …

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Nakameguro Square Playroom, Nakameguro

The 3rd floor of Nakameguro Square Playroom provides an infant and kids playroom, toys, books and gameboards, including a day care for children. It is a great place to meet up with friends for a playdate. Free of charge. Nakameguro Square Playroom Playroom Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 – 18:00, …

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Karasumori Playroom Nakameguro

Karasumori Playroom in Kamimeguro provides an infant and toddler playroom, craft room, gymnasium, books, trains, and much more. They also have a great Japanese class for parents and infants where parents and babies learn about Japanese culture, make seasonal crafts, and make neighborhood friends. They have a great set of playrail trains and …

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Little Angels Blue Sky Tokyo

“Little Angels Blue Sky is a casual group for mothers with little babies up to about age one who are not yet walking, established by Iona Macnab IBCLC in 2001 and still running! The aim of the Little Angels group is to relax and chat with other mothers in Tokyo in …

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