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Kid friendly Izakayas with Play Spaces in Tokyo

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Locating a dinner restaurant with a kids` space for little ones is a struggle. Welcome Monteroza, a kid-friendly izakaya chain with play spaces, a private room where parents can relax and dine while the little ones play. Monteroza kids` spaces are furnished with soft toys, books, music or video entertainment, colorful wall-padding and …

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Hakuhinkan Toy Store, Ginza – Best in Tokyo

Hakuhinkan Toy Store

Hakuhinkan Toy Store is the best toy store in Tokyo to shop for your kids or any kid in your life. Hakuhinkan has four floors jammed packed with wacky Japanese toys, gag and costume items. From traditional and educational toys to the world famous brands from Brio to Barbie. Highly …

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Le Parc (Ebisu, Tokyo)

Le Parc in Ebisu is the closest to authentic Hong-Kong style Chinese cuisine I found in Tokyo. With its French-influenced name and decor, Le Parc has all the trappings of a French bistro, but it’s one of the best places for dim sum in the city. It`s located between Ebisu and …

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Midorie Organic Restaurant & Deli (Gakugeidaigaku, Tokyo)

Midorie Organic Restaurant & Deli (Gakugeidaigaku, Tokyo)

Enjoy an organic meal at the cozy Midorie Organic Restaurant & Deli. Open since 2001 Midorie serves organic produce and seasonal seafood procured directly from farmers and fishermen in Japan. This baby-friendly and non-smoking restaurant is located a short walk from Gakugeidaigaku station and has 6 wooden tables and chairs, …

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Inokashira Park Zoo (Musashino-shi, Tokyo)

Inokashira Park, Tokyo Zoos and Aquariums

Inokashira Park Zoo is a great place for families to picnic, kids to run around, musicians to perform and vendors to gather. You can see these animals at the Inokashira Zoo: rhesus monkeys, raccoons, fennecs, Japanese serows, Japanese martens, masked palm civets, Amur cats, raccoon dogs, Japanese squirrels, red-crowned cranes, Japanese birds, tropical …

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Cedros (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

If you love seafood, miss the US West Coast and want a cozy place for a great date night try Cedros. Hubby and I had a wonderful dinner the other night and loved the food, craft beer and unique wine selection at Cedros.  The service was excellent and entire environment …

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Kirakutei Yakiniku (Minami Azabu, Tokyo) – Yakiniku

Kirakutei Yakiniku

One of my husband’s and my favorite Yakiniku restaurants is Kirakutei (きらく亭) in Minami Azabu. The restaurant is family friendly, but the food is so good and the price a bit on the high side (for yakiniku) so best for a date night or special family dinner. Kirakutei is very popular, …

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Nezu Museum and Garden (Aoyama, Tokyo)

Nezu Museum Garden, Best Living Japan

The Nezu Museum and Garden is one of my favorite escape relaxation locations in Tokyo. I visited the other day with all four kids, and the iris plants were in full bloom (May). However, regardless of season or exhibit the Nezu Museum & Garden is a great 1-2 hour period …

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Brown Rice Cafe (Omotesando, Tokyo)

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Brown Rice Cafe is a non-smoking vegetarian cafe that uses fresh seasonal vegetables from all over Japan. The cafe is bright, kid friendly and easily accessible from Neil`s Yard Remedies on the ground floor if using a baby stroller. Lunch sets and a la carte options available. Provides bench, table & terrace …

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Trueberry, Hiroo – Organic Food and Drink

In an effort to be healthier, I made my way to TrueBerry’s Hiroo shop today. TrueBerry is a tiny organic take out shop on a small alley (directly across from Starbucks) off the main Hiroo shopping street. First visit today, but I will be back soon. I ordered a Berry Green …

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Mamiana Park Playground (Azabu, Tokyo)

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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