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ATTRACTIONS in Shinagawa

ATTRACTIONS in Shinagawa – Tokyo with Kids, Tokyo with Teens.

Your Free Curated Guide for Expats living in Tokyo: Sharing 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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All Day Home, Musashikoyama – Indoor Playroom and Cafe

All day home

All Day Home (previously Skip Kids Cafe) is a great venue to celebrate your toddler`s birthday, throw events or have a casual meet-up with parents and kids (aged 0 – 6 years). They have play equipment and toys, seating is plentiful and the staff members, which include nursery teachers licensed …

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Dinosaur Park Shinagawa

Dinosaur Park Shinagawa

Kodomo no Mori Koen (子供の森)- better known as Dinosaur Park Shinagawa – is a fantastic place to take your dinosaur-loving kids. There are eight colorful dinosaurs in the park; a bright T-rex, large Hadrosaurid, Stegosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Dimetrodon to name a few, and plenty of space to run around. We revisted the …

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Epson Aqua Park, Shinagawa

Sunshine Aquarium, Ikebukuro, Best Living Japan

A visit to the Epson Aqua Park Shinagawa is a great cold or rainy day activity. This aquarium reopened in July 2015 after a total renovation and expansion (3Xs previous size). The aquarium is quite high-tech with touch panel exhibits, fluorescent-lighted jellyfish and choreographed performances.  Depending on how many performances …

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Rinshi no Mori – A beautiful nature park, Meguro & Shinagawa

If you love nature walks, bird watching or insect hunting then Rinshi no Mori (林試の森公園) is the park to visit. The 120,762.91 sq m park is home to several hundred Japanese and foreign trees, some as old as 100+ years! There are a number of walking paths and large signboards …

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