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Playgrounds & Play Centers

Looking for playgrounds and play centers in or around Tokyo Japan? Here are some great recommend playgrounds and play centers where the entire family can have fun. Find you favorite neighborhood playground, but make sure to venture out to some new ones to discover about new Tokyo neighborhoods. Enjoy playing in Tokyo.

Playgrounds and Play Centers in the Tokyo, Japan

Space Athletic Tondemi, Makuhari (Chiba) – Wall Climbing, Rope Walking, Trampolines & More

Space Athletic Tondemi

Space Athletic Tondemi in Makuhari Chiba (トンデミ) is a great indoor activity center to spend 90 mins with a combined trip of family shopping to the huge Aeon Mall or Costco in Makuhari. For 90 mins your kids can get a great workout in the seven zones which include wall climbing, …

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Showa Kinen Park 昭和記念公園, Tachikawa, Tokyo – Flowers, Bike Rentals, Playgrounds and Water Play

Showa Memorial Park 昭和記念公園, Tachikawa, Tokyo - Rent Bikes, Massive Playgrounds and Water Play

On a sunny day escape central Tokyo and head for the huge Showa Kinen Park 昭和記念公園.  Showa Memorial Park is approximately a 50-70 min trip from central Tokyo via car or train. Biking, hiking, climbing nets, bouncing on huge white soft blobs and hiding from dragons can keep the little ones …

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Higashine Park & Playground 

Higashine Park & Playground (東根公園) is a newly renovated playground with equipment to challenge little ones. Located just 10 minutes on foot from Buta Park (Pig Park) at Komazawa Olympic Park #4 on our list of Top 10 Recommended Baby and Kids Parks in Tokyo and an 11 minute walk to Fusumacho Park Playground and Bicycle …

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Fusumacho Park Playground and Bicycle Traffic Safety Park

It`s starting to feel like Spring! A great time to get your little ones to practice riding. We found this great bicycle traffic park two blocks behind the Squirrel Park at Komazawa Olympic Park #4 on our list of Top 10 Recommended Baby and Kids Parks in Tokyo. Fusumacho (衾町) Bicycle …

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Amazing World Kohoku Indoor Play Center – 1050 Yen to play all day

amazing world

Amazing World Kohoku is an indoor play center for kids ages 0 to 12 years. Amazing world branches house plasma cars, inflatable castles, climbing equipment, slides, educational toys like the Trix Track, Wammy and building blocks. They have large drawing walls, kitchen town, crafts, baby room and nursing area, and rest areas for …

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

Akasaka Kids-Teens Hall Nandemo, Akasaka

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 …

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Tokyo Mini Park: Kamiyon Jidouyuen Playground, Nakameguro

Tokyo Mini Park: Kamiyon Jidouyuen Playground, Nakameguro. What is a Tokyo Mini Park? Tokyo Mini Parks are smaller local playground parks that one would not go out of their way to visit, but a great spot if going from one location to another. Kamiyon Jidouyuen Playground is a newly renovated …

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Tokyo Police Museum 警察博物館, Kyobashi – Free Interactive Police Training for Kids

Tokyo Police Museum 警察博物館

The Tokyo Police Museum 警察博物館 will inspire all youngsters to be a person in blue. If you are a fan of the Tokyo Fire Museum, the Police Museum is a must visit. The museum reopened in May 2017 following a one year remodel. Five floors of Tokyo police history, criminal investigation techniques …

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Shiokaze Park, Odaiba – Water Play with views of Tokyo Bay

** 12/2017 Update: The pirate ship was removed. *** Metropolitan Shiokaze Park (都立潮風公園) is a great spot for your pirate loving kids. It has a beautiful and clean water and greenery promenade lined with tall Washington Palms and Cherry trees. It`s a beautiful sight walking from the station to the end …

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