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Premarché Gelateria Nakameguro, 40 flavors of Vegan, Dairy or Dairy Free Gelato

Premarché Gelateria offers 40 different flavors of vegan, dairy or dairy-free gelato in their recently opened shop in Nakameguro. They serve 40 flavors of tasty gelato made from natural ingredients without additives. The shop lets you taste up to 3 flavors before you decide to have a scoop or 2 …

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Lupicia Tea Shop & Salon, Jiyugaoka – Purveyor of Teas & Confectionary

Lupicia is a tea and teaware retailer with locations in Japan, US, France, Australia and Taiwan. They carry their own blends of Green Tea, Oolong, Black Tea, Matcha, Wellness and Seasonal teas, gifts, sweets and teaware. They have a beautiful boutique shop in Jiyugaoka that carries an impressive selection of …

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Three Twins Organic Ice Cream Shop, Daikanyama

Three Twins Organic

Three Twins Organic is a Californian-born ice cream shop that offers 11 different flavours of natural ice cream without artificial colourings, seasonings and preservatives. Popular flavors are Madagascar Vanilla, the sweet-and-sour blend of orange and chocolate named Chocolate Orange Confetti, and the San Francisco fave, Sea Salt Caramel. They also carry lemon cookie, mint …

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Pasela Resorts Shinjuku Yasukuni Dori – Karaoke & Bounce House Venue

Pasela Resorts Shinjuku Yasukuni Dori is another great spot on our list of Top Indoor Tokyo Birthday Parties from 0-8 year olds. Pasela Resorts offers Private Karaoke rooms with songs in both English and Japanese, multilingual food menu filled with asian cuisine, appetizers, finger foods, meats, pastas, their popular honey toast, and drink …

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Panasonic Center Tokyo – 3 Floors of Free, Hands-on Fun

Panasonic Center Tokyo

The Panasonic Center Tokyo is filled with 3 floors of FREE interactive fun! Begin your journey on the main floor Active Learning Camp discovering facts about the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Learn about diverse cultures around the world, participate in knowledge workshops, browse through Olympics related books and test equipment used …

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Space Museum TenQ, Tokyo Dome

Space Museum TenQ is an entertainment museum set up to deepen your knowledge about the universe. Patrons can visit 9 different space related areas beginning with their projection mapping room. Sit and watch the walls undergo a variety of transformations then watch visuals of space and philosophers from past to present (5 …

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Biking in Yoyogi Park – Bike Rentals from Tricycles to Tandems

Biking in Yoyogi Park

Never knew that biking in Yoyogi Park could be so fun! Trying to teach little ones to bike on the streets in a Tokyo neighborhood is quite stressful. If you have beginner bikers consider renting a bike and learning in the safe and flat bike course at Yoyogi Park. You …

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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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Mr Farmer Komazawa Olympic Park

Mr Farmer is known for their farm-to-table concept, delivering fresh, locally produced food to local consumers. Whether you are a vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free Mr Farmer offers something for everyone. Mr Farmer Komazawa (their 4th restaurant) is located in Komazawa Olympic Park at the Nishi-guchi gate or near the Jabu Jabu Ike (paddling …

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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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Okadaya Shinjuku – Six Floors of Fabric and Seven Floors of Accessories

Okadaya

Okadaya Shinjuku is a great place to go to for textiles. They have two buildings; one with six floors of fabric (cotton, velvet, silk, satin, organic cotton, fleece, velor, wool, etc), traditional Japanese materials and other special textiles; and the adjacent building carries seven floors of basic materials (buttons, thread, string), …

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Take-no-Megumi, Azabu – Japanese Bamboo Crafts

The Japanese bamboo crafts at Take-no-Megumi in Moto Azabu are simple but so beautiful.  This wonderful little shop in Moto Azabu that has been in business for over 40 years. The founding family of Take-no-Megumi shop were originally manufacturers and wholesalers of bamboo products before opening their shop originally in …

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The Shitamachi Museum, Ueno

The Shitamachi Museum in Ueno was established in 1980 to teach future generations about the culture of the shitamachi. The word shitamachi is composed of the word shita meaning “down” and machi meaning “town”. By touring the Shitamachi Museum, you will gain an understanding of life in the shitamchi pre-WWII. …

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2018 Tokyo American Club Camp Discovery: Holiday edition

Keep boredom at bay this yuletide season with a holiday-themed hit of camp-inspired fun at the Tokyo American Club. The Tokyo American Club Camp Discovery: Holiday edition is an fun and safe environment to send your kids. Open to non-members it`s a weeklong session filled with fun activities for 3 …

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Cuoca Jiyugaoka – Tokyo Baking Enthusiasts Dream Shop

Cuoca is a one-stop shop for baking supplies that aren’t always easy to find. Their stores are stocked high with everything from baking inserts and pans to sprinkles and toppers. They carry pastry tips and icing for making more detailed desserts, a variety of high-quality flours, nuts, dried fruits, liqueur …

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Tsutaya Electrics Futakotamagawa – An Art and Technology Store

Tsutaya Electrics

Tsutaya Electrics in Futakotamagawa is my favorite place to sit back, relax and enjoy a good book with or without the kids while browsing their art, appliances, and home space. Located near the creative DIY Factory where you can learn, make, buy DIY products; the 100 Spoons Family Restaurant, Futakotamaga Park, Japanese …

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