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ATTRACTIONS in Azabu Hiroo

ATTRACTIONS in Azabu Hiroo – Tokyo with Kids, Tokyo with Teens.

Your Free Curated Guide for Expats living in Tokyo. We share the Top Family Friendly Attractions by Area, including the latest events, best restaurants, exciting classes, Japanese Antiques and Gift shopping, early open breakfast spots, indoor play centers, playgrounds and more! Don`t forget our popular Tokyo One Day Itineraries with Kids, Living in Japan Guides and Survival Japanese.

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Mamiana Park Playground, Azabu

Mamiana Park (狸穴公園 ) is located just behind the Tokyo American Club and is a short walk to the popular Nissin World Delicatessen Supermarket. My kids love spending a morning at the park, then shopping at Nissin for all their international goodies, grabbing lunch at one of the many family-friendly restaurants …

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Azabu Juban Sculpture Walk, Azabu – Can You Find Them All?

Do you know about the Azabu Juban sculpture walk?  If you have ever walked down the main Azabu Juban shopping street, you probably have seen a few sculptures. However, did you know there are 16 sculptures that have been collected and installed in Azabu Juban since 1968. These sculptures are …

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Climbing Gym Spider, Azabu – Birthday Party Venue

As a mom of four kids, I am challenged each year to find “that great” birthday party venue. Lucky me, Climbing Gym Spider (クライミングジムSPIDER) is a great birthday party venue in Azabu Juban that opened in August 2014. We just had our 3rd son’s 11th birthday there with 20 very …

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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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