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Aoyama Omotesando with kids

Family Fun in Aoyama / Omotesando Areas of Tokyo – Tokyo with Kids, Tokyo with Teens.

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Laugh, Learn & Live! – Enjoy the Aoyama / Omotesando areas with your family and kids.

Frozen 2 Cafe Tokyo Pop-up

‘Frozen 2’ Cafes are popping up in 7 cities in Japan. This limited-time pop up offers patrons to shop exclusive ‘Frozen 2’ goods, eat ‘Frozen 2’ character-themed meals, watch previews of the movie projected on one of the walls and take photos with a life sized Anna & Elsa statue. …

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Tokyo Breakfast Brunch – Open by 8:00

Here are more than 23+ great Tokyo breakfast brunch spots. Looking for a good spot for Tokyo breakfast or brunch on the weekend?  I love breakfast! I am a very earlier riser, so breakfast is my main meal of the day.  There are many other Tokyo Breakfast Brunch spots, but …

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Crisscross Omotesando breakfast

Crisscross Omotesando – Breakfast from 8am

Crisscross, located in the heart of Omotesando, has a great ambiance and patio area. They serve breakfast from 8am with your option of rich buttermilk pancakes with your selection of sides, spicy chicken salad & avocado on rye toast, french toast or granola with Greek Yogurt and they serve brunch …

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Nezu Museum Garden, Best Living Japan

Nezu Museum and Garden (Aoyama, Tokyo)

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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Merrymomo

Brown Rice Cafe (Omotesando, Tokyo)

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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granny smiths

Granny Smiths Apple Pie (Setagaya, Aoyama, Ginza & Yokohama)

Granny Smiths Apple Pie & Coffee (グラニースミス アップルパイ&コーヒー) offers takeaway counter specializes in four delicious varieties of apple pie; Japan Dutch Crumble, Classic Rum Raisin, French D’mandes and England Custard (around 400 yen per slice). They also offer delicious seasonal pies, teas, espresso and coffee drinks. The small shop doesn`t provide seating however …

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Niko Niko Park (Aoyama, Tokyo)

Niko Niko Park (にこにこパーク) is a kids jungle gym paradise. It has a variety of equipment for your little one to play on. The Jungle Tower with a slide, the Wonder Jungle & Sandpit for the little ones, a Fitness Area and a Spider Spider trampoline. Parents can relax & chat …

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The Farmers Market at the UN University (Omotesando, Tokyo)

Love, love wondering through the farmers market at the UN University between Omotesando and Shibuya stations. Over 70 vendors come to sell their fresh produce, honey, rice and more. There are also food and drink trucks for hearty appetites. My kids and I bike to the market and spend an …

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ai-port

Ai-Port Play Center (Aoyama, Tokyo)

If you are looking for an inexpensive, but fun place for a playdate try Ai-Port in Aoyama. Ai-Port is run by Minato-ku as a multi-purpose community facility. There is a good indoor/outdoor play area, childcare facility and child-raising advice center. For other fun things to around the area checkout our …

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Sugahara Glass Store (Aoyama, Tokyo)

If you love beautiful art that is highly utilitarian then I recommend shopping at Sugahara Glass Store in Aoyama, Tokyo.  I had never heard of the Sugahara glass until the concierge at the Grand Hyatt recommended as a “brilliant shop”.  Sugahara (SGH) is now one of favorite stores in Tokyo …

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Madu (Aoyama, Tokyo) – Japanese Artisan Housewares

If you are a collector of Japanese housewares or looking for a unique gift Madu is a great spot. Madu has beautiful collections of ceramics from Japanese artisans. Each collection has a brief outline of the artist, and the shop staff can give you more details. Besides ceramics, they have …

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