Top 15 Recommended Indoor Playcenters in/near Tokyo with Kids

Here are our Top 15 Recommended Indoor Playcenters in Tokyo to escape the pouring rain, summer humidity and bitter cold for babies to teens. If you have a place to recommend, please leave a comment below.

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Top 15 Recommended Indoor Playcenters in/near Tokyo with Kids

indoor playcenters in tokyo,Legoland Discovery Center Tokyo, Top 14 Recommended Indoor Playcenters in/near Tokyo with Kids1. LEGOLAND Discovery Center (Odaiba, Tokyo) is located in the Decks Tokyo Beach Island Mall in Odaiba. They offer a wealth of attractions; a miniature model of the Tokyo’s cityscape made from nearly 1.5 million bricks; a Lego-themed laser shooting ride; a Fire Academy & Construction Site with crawl spaces, slides; a duplo area with large, soft lego bricks to build with; a Lego theme park-like ride and so much more.

There are three play areas with Legos of all colors, shapes and sizes for kids to build with. The first, Duplo Village (for kids up to 5 yrs old) is stocked with large Lego blocks, a slide and lego-built animals; Lego Racers, a Build & Test area where kids can build their own Lego race car and try it out on three different test tracks; and Lego City Builders to add your creations to their already built lego models. Their virtual train section outside the Lego Store is a hit with train lovers. They also have Lego displays that change with the season and two booths to take photos in. You can refuel at their spacious Lego cafe and shop in their gift shop (get your parking ticket validated at the gift shop).

Legoland Discovery Center Details

Address: Island Mall 3F, Decks Tokyo Beach, 1-6-1 Daiba, Minato-ku,Tokyo (map)
Phone: 03-3599-5168
Hours: Monday – Friday 10:00 – 20:00, Weekends and Holidays 10:00 – 21:00
Admission: At the door Child 3yrs – Adult 2300 yen, Under 2 years Free. Book online for discounts.
* If you plan on staying in Tokyo for a year or more, I recommend getting the annual pass. It`s the price of three visits. Your family will avoid the long lines and you`ll receive a coupon book for use in the facility.

Legoland Discovery Center Tokyo, Top 14 Recommended Indoor Playcenters in/near Tokyo with Kids


Legoland duploLegoland Discovery Center Tokyo, Top 14 Recommended Indoor Playcenters in/near Tokyo with Kids









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Space Athletic Tondemi Space Athletic Tondemi2. Space Athletic Tondemi (Heiwajima, Tokyo and Makuhari, Chiba) – Kids climbing the walls at home? Take them to Tondemi. Tondemi Heiwajima has a fun obstacle course to race, a larger little kids area and more climbing walls. For 90 mins your kids can
get a great workout in the seven zones which include wall climbing, trampoline, rope climbing, sponge pits, basketball trampoline, video game trampoline and bumper cars. The Space Athletic Tondemi is ideal for kids age 5+  (although there is an exclusive smaller area for little ones under 100cms). Space Athletic Tondemi manages the entrance so that it does not Space Athletic Tondemibecome overcrowded and only allows admittance to 90 mins. I highly recommend you reserve tickets  (only in Japanese) – you can do within one month of visit date (reservations close three days before visit date). You can sometimes by tickets on the day but you will probably have to wait a few hours.

Space Athletic Tondemi, Heiwajima (Tokyo) 
Address: 1-1-1 Heiwajima, Ota-ku, Tokyo
〒143-0006東京都大田区平和島1丁目1-1,  (google map)
Phone Number: 03-6404-9935
Business Hours: 10:00~21:00 everyday  (peak hours are 10:00 – 16:00 Sat/Sun and
National Holidays)
Access: Bus ride form Heiwajima and Omori Stations, Car parking free up to 3 hours with Tondemi validation @ BIGFUN平和島駐車場(6.7.8.RF) and 平和島パークNo.3.

Reservations: Apply here (only in Japanese) 
Website: (English)

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asobono, Top 14 Recommended Indoor Playcenters in/near Tokyo with Kids


3. ASOBono at the Tokyo Dome (Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo)  is one of the largest indoor playcenters in Tokyo with areas for babies six months old through elementary. They charge a flat rate for parents, and a 60 min rate for children with an additional fee each 30 mins. My personal experience is that you will not get out in 60 mins; two hours is about right. There is a massive climbing and sliding area that has balls for the kids to slide and and drop. If you have a 6-24-month-old, you will enjoy the baby exclusive area with mini ball pit. There is also a library, building structure area, an enormous area with cars, trucks, tracks and battery operated trains, and much more. ASOBono has a strategically placed gift shop with many toys so don’t expect to go home empty handed. Good place for 1-2 hours. If you go on a cold or rainy weekend expect to wait about 15-30 mins.

ASOBono Play Center Details

Address: Tokyo Dome, 1-3-61 Kōraku-en, Bunkyō-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 03-5800-9999
Hours: Weekdays 10:00-18:00; weekends and holidays 9:30-19:00
Cost: Adult (jr. high and above) 930 yen for 60 mins; children  6 months – elementary 930 yen per 60 mins, 410 yen per 30 mins afterwards.
Access: 5 min walk from Suidobashi Station on the JR Chuo-Soba, or Mita Line. 10 minute walk from Korakuen Station on the Marunouchi or Namboku Lines, 8 mins walk from Kasuga Station on the Oedo Line. Tokyo Dome also has parking – ask for your discount ticket when you leave ASOBono
Notes: Wheelchair, baby and child friendly

Asobono: indoor playcenters in tokyo


Asobono: indoor playcenters in tokyo








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Tokyo Toy Museum 4. Tokyo Toy Museum (Yotsuya, Tokyo) is called a museum, but in reality it is a hands-on, play all you want center for babies and up. The toys are all analog toys mostly made from wood, and original Japanese toys. There are age appropriate rooms throughout the facility to keep you and your kids busy for a few hours. Also visit the Tokyo Fire Museum which is right around the corner from the Tokyo Toy Museum and is FREE! 

The Toy Museum has a variety of rooms on three floors. However, our favorite were the following three, and the gift shop that has an excellent selection of educational toys.

Wood Toy Forest – This room was filled with the aroma of cypress. A good room for 2.5-6 years. There is a climbing structure, a ball pit filled with 20,00o wooden balls and lots of other cool play areas.

Tokyo Toy Museum





Tokyo Toy Museum Details 

Address: Yotsuya Hiroba, 4-20 Yotsuya, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 03-5367-9601 (Japanese only)
Hours: 10:00 – 16:00 (last admission at 15:30) Closed on Thursday (also closed over the New Yearʼ s holidays and special holidays in February and September)
Tickets: Adults 700 yen (junior high school and above), children 500 yen (age 3 through elementary school), child + adult pair ticket 1,000 yen, 2 years and younger are free. Group discount : Groups of 15 or more can get a 100 yen discount per person on admission and are welcome by appointment
Access: 7 min walk from Yotsuya-sanchome Station on the Marunouchi Subway Line, 8 min walk from Akebonobashi Station on the Shinjuku Subway Line
Website: (Japanese only)
English info:

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5. Aneby Trim Park (Odaiba, Tokyo) – is a great place for parents and kids (0-12 years old). Conveniently located in Venus Fort, you can easily spend the day shopping and dining, and the kids can enjoy a couple hours in the indoor play park.  The name TrimPark came for the concept of “trimming” a sail; keeping balance and control.  The facility offers trampolines, extensive climbing gyms, a peddle go-cart area, play food area, and many other activities for kids.

Aneby Trim Park is near the Media Lab Planets and Miraikan so make a day of it!

The facility is located on the first floor of the Venus Fort in Odaiba which has plenty of parking and is right near the train station.

– Play area for infants
– Play area for toddlers
– Play area for kids aged 3yrs and up
– Pedal go-carts & track
– 2 trampolines
– A Climbing wall
– Small play house
– Logs to build your own child-sized log house
– Gymnastics classes
– Reading area
– Nursing and Diaper changing facilities
– Toilets for toddlers and kids up to age 6
– Toilets for children ages 6+ yrs are located in the Venus Fort Mall
– And they keep adding more!

Aneby Trimpark Details

Address: Venus Fort 1F, Aomi 1-3-15 Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0064
Phone: 03-5500-2300
Hours: Open 10:00am – Close 20:00pm(Last admission 18:00)
Cost: child – 1,200 yen for 1st hour +300 yen for extension; parent: 1,200 yen
Access: Parking available in building. 5 mins walk from Tokyo Teleport Station on the Rinkai Line from Osaki. Follow signs to Venus Fort
Website: (in English)
Toilets: Provided on site for babies and kids under 6 years, kids above 6 and adults must use public toilet in Venus port.
Child friendly: Yes, strollers and wheelchairs ok, also lockers provided in the facilities for bags.

Aneby Trimpark Kids PlayCenter Odaiba Tokyo
Aneby Trimpark Kids PlayCenter Odaiba Tokyo








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6. Trampoland (Tokyo and Saitama)is an indoor trampoline center that is safe and fun for elementary aged kids and up. My 11-year old son and I went the other night and had a great time for 60 mins.  The gym was quite cold at first, but after 30 mins of jumping he was down to his t-shirt and perspiring quite a bit. Great way to burn off energy.  One of the Trampoland workers came into the trampoline pit and helped him get going, and showed him some tricks.  Trampoland expanded with a Trampoland in Saitama, which is nine times bigger than this Itabashi branch. The Saitama Trampoland also has parking for over 30 cars. You can also rent the space out if you have a group of 12 or more for parties.

Trampoland Details

Address: 2-46-3 Itabashi, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 03-6322-6966
Business hours: Tuesday – Sunday; weekday 14:00 – 22:30; weekend 10:00 – 20:00
Costs:  1st time registration fee ¥540(税込 w/tax), then 30 mins 1,080 yen, 60 mins 1,620 yen, 90 mins 2,160 yen.
Access: 5 min walk from Itabashi-Kuyakushomae on the Mita Line (30 mins from Shirogane-Takanawa station)
Note: public coin parking across the streets

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kidzania firemen7. Kidzania Tokyo – located at the Urban Dock LaLaport in Toyosu, is an indoor theme park for families. The park is a city built to scale for children complete with buildings, shops, paved streets and vehicles that look like everyday workplaces in Japan. Children aged 3 to 15 years old perform jobs and are paid for their work. Jobs include a fireman, doctor, vet, pilot, police officer, model in a fashion show, dancer, cook, baker, etc. There are over 90 jobs to choose from! It`s excellent for learning role-play, how society works and just having fun.

kidzania sales“English Wednesday!” is their program held every Wednesday with nearly half of the Activities in English as its core feature. There are over 30 to choose from! Remember to book ahead as this is a popular program.

Read our TIPS for first time visitors.

Kidzania Tokyo Details

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Hours: 1st Shift 9:00 – 15:00 2nd Shift 16:00pm – 21:00
Fees: Vary with age and shift. Please visit their website for details.
Address: Urban Dock LaLaport Toyosu, North Port 3rd floor, 2-4-9 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 03-3536-8405
Access: 8 min walk from Toyosu Station on the Yurakucho and Yurikamome lines

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Miraikan; Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation8. Miraikan in Odaiba is a great place to spend a half day. The official name is The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation. Great interactive exhibits about the universe, solar system, robotics and the human body today and future. The Ideal age for the permanent exhibit is age 6 and up (my two-year-old would have been very bored). The special exhibits are for ages from 3 and up, but age 6 and up would be better.

The Miraikan website states that Miraikan is a place where we can understand the things happening in our world today from a scientific point of view and have discussions while considering the future that awaits us. We believe that science and technology are part of our culture. We provide an open forum for all to ponder and discuss the future roles of science and technology.Miraikan; Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation

The organisers have done a wonderful job explaining in Japanese and English various aspects of science and technology. Our favourite exhibits were the ocean submarine, new human cell exhibit, future city and human body operation exhibit. Robots and androids were also “pretty cool” according to my 11-year-old.

Visit their website for special exhibits.

Miraikan Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation Details

Address: 2-3-6 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo (near Odaiba)
Tel: 03-3570-9188
Hours:  Wednesday – Monday 10:00 – 17:00, Closed on Tuesday’s
Cost: Permanent exhibit is adult 620 yen, under 18 years 210 yen; Special exhibit and permanent visit ticket adult 1,800 yen, 3-18  years 1,200 yen, 2 and under free
Access:  5 min walk from the Fune-no Kagakukan station on the Yurikamome Line; 15 min walk from the Tokyo Teleport Station on the Rinkai Line
Notes: The facility is stroller and wheelchair friendly. Park is located under the museum. There is a cafe in the museum.

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9. PEKIDS Climbing Center in Shibuya or Spider in Minami Azabu are great spots to let your kids burn off energy climbing the walls for a few hours. My Baby (age 3.5 years) loved the challenge.  The PEKIDS Climbing Center is designed for ages 3 through elementary. There is also a little zone for 0-2 year olds to enjoy while siblings are climbing. This is also a great place to rent for a private birthday party.

Kids can borrow indoor climbing shoes and then challenged themselves on various levels from very easy to difficult. Colors of the climbing step pegs indicate a level of difficulty.

The facility is very well run and extremely clean. There is also an onsite bathroom. A great options if your kids need to let off some steam. Grab a coffee and watch your kids go crazy.

PEKIDSPEKIDS Climbing Center Details

Address: 6-19-14 Jingu Mae, Shibuya -ku, Tokyo
Phone: 03-5778-9470
Business Hours: Daily 10:00 – 19:00
Cost: One time registration fee is 500 JPY,  Usage fee 1,500 JPY/kid, Set price with a parent 2,500 JPY (18:00~only) (¥1,500/Adult ¥1,000/kid)  Rental indoor shoes free
Website: (English Website)
Access: located on Meiji Dori between Shibuya station Exit 13 2 min walk, and Harajuku Station a 10 min walk

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10. Asobi No Sekai Bornelund, Grand Tree Musashi Kosugi Mall- 6 months – 12 years

Asobi No Sekai Bornelund, Grand Tree Musashi Kosugi MallAsobi No Sekai from Bornelund is an indoor play center for ages 6 months – 12 years. It is perfect for 45-60 mins of active playtime in between shopping and having lunch.  I feel the equipment and play activities are most entertaining for 3-8 years. For the littler ones there is a baby area, but most of the other spots you have to be careful since kids are running
Asobi No Sekai Bornelund, Grand Tree Musashi Kosugi Mallaround having a carefree and fast speed time. The most popular play areas are the ball and climbing pit, and the inflated bouncing road and ball. If you need a little slow time there are also great creative spaces to build and design. We usually spend the first 30 mins running around and bouncing, and the second 30 mins on quieter activities. After 60 mins my four-year-old is ready for lunch at the food court not the same floor, or for a snack on the roof garden.

Asobi No Sekai Bornelund, Grand Tree Musashi Kosugi Details
Address:  Grand Tree Shopping Mall 4F, 3-1135-1 Shinmarukohigashi, Nakahara Ward, Kawasaki, Kanagawa 
Business Hours: 10:00–19:00 (last entry 18:30)
Phone: 044-982-3221 (Japanese only)
Cost: Children (6 months – 12 years) 600 JPY for 30 mins and 100 JPY for every 10 mins after 30 mins, adult one time entry 500 JPY
Access: 4 minutes by walk from JR Musashi Kosugi Station or Tokyo express railway Musashi Kosugi Station, Tokyu-Toyoko and Namboku Lines

Parking: Parking in the basement of Grand Tree 200 JPY for 30 mins, or two hours free with 2,000 JPY purchases, or three hours with 3,000 JPY purchase
Bornelund Japanese website: (Japanese only)

Official Shopping Mall Website:

Asobi No Sekai Bornelund, Grand Tree Musashi Kosugi MallAsobi No Sekai Bornelund, Grand Tree Musashi Kosugi Mall







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11. Playground Shibuya Kids – Tokyo Indoor Play Space for 0 – 5

Playground Shibuya Kids is an indoor play space, located in Shibuya Tokyo, which opened in January 2016. The space is compact but filled with colorful hands-on toys, climbing and bouncing equipment. Playground Shibuya Kids was opened by a Japanese mom who has a toddler and struggled to find fun places for her little one to safely play indoors. You can play and pay as you go, or rent the entire space for private parties. A great new baby and toddler indoor play Playground Shibuya Kids - Tokyo Indoor Play Spaceoption in Tokyo for residents and visitors.

Playground Shibuya Kids Details
Business Hours: Saturday – Thursday 10:00 – 18:00; Evenings and Friday open only for private parties.
Address: Konami Sports Club Building 9th Floor, 18-11 Shinsen-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (東京都渋谷区神泉町18-11コナミスポーツクラブ渋谷9F)
Telephone: 03-6452-5628Playground Shibuya Kids - Tokyo Indoor Play Space
Cost: 300 yen registration fee on 1st visit (you will receive a membership card/point card). Kids under 6 months are free; children over 6 months are 1,000 JPY per hour on weekdays, and 1,200 JPY per hour on weekends. Children who spend over one hour will be charge per 15 mins at 1/4 of hourly charge.  500 JPY per parent on entry – does not increase with time spent. Private parties are 2 hours for 30,000 JPY (up to 20 people, you can bring your own food and drink – no alcohol).
Access: 14 min walk from Shibuya Station exit 3a
Website: (Japanese language only) & Facebook page
Note: When you enter the Konami Sports Building you must register once with the front desk then proceed to the 9th floor.  Baby changing room are available. You can park your stroller on the 9th floor. Also lockers are available.

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Tokyo Water Science Museum theater

12. The Tokyo Water Science Museum (Toyosu, Tokyo) –  a great FREE hands-on, educational museum that takes about 60 – 90 minutes to tour depending on how much Japanese you can read and how much time the kids want to spend at the exhibits. Let your kids play with water toys and a spray gun while parents/guardians relax in the seating area located at the far end of the pool where they showcase a film library, kids` artwork and water trivia while the kids play.

Head to the 2nd floor for interactive digital games that teaches kids how water enters and leaves our bodies or learn about the many wonders of water in their Aqua laboratory. The laboratory holds water experiments every 15 minutes, interactive games, as well as a large water filtration system display explaining the process to produce high-quality tap water. Outside the water laboratory is a hall with a number of exhibits explaining where water comes from, how it is processed and transported to homes. Kids will love installing water pipes via the interactive computer game, answering water trivia, and learning about the role of water in daily life via the small town showcase.

Visit the 3rd floor to watch a 15 minute video in their water theater. Watch the flow of water from the forest through a water purification plant to your home faucet then head over to their spacious forest-like space to learn about forest conservation, protecting water sources and answer trivia on their interactive Q&A board. End your visit on the B1 floor which offers a tour of the Ariake water facility.

The Museum has very limited English instruction, but it is not that hard to figure out the basics of what is trying to be explained.

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Tokyo Water Science Museum Details:

Address: 3-1-8 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo (135-0063 東京都江東区有明3-1-8)
Hours: 9:30 – 17:00 (Last entry 16:30). Closed every Monday except if it`s a holiday then they will close the following day. Also closed December 28 – January 4.
Phone: 03-3528-2366
10 minutes from Kokusai-Tenjijo Station on the Rinkai Line; 10 minutes from Kokusai-Tenjijo-Seimon Station; 13 minutes from Tokyo Teleport Station.
Notes: Parking can be found at the TOC Ariake Building a short walk from the facility.

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13. Little Planet (Diver City Odaiba) is a permanent digital exhibition that combines digital technology with play. Opened in Nov 2018, Little Planet offers various digital experiences to keep your child active and engaged. If your kids loved the TeamLab Borderless/Planets exhibition they`ll love to pop into Little Planet. Our kids loved the sand party area where they used special tools to locate digital treasures in a sand box. Use the tools (located under the treasure board) to hover over an area in the sand. When blue circles appear begin digging in that area to discover a digital treasure. Dig streams, build mountains and locate all the treasures! More details –>

Little Planet Odaiba Details:

Address: 1-1-10 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo Diversity Tokyo 5F
Phone: 03-5962-1514
Hours: Daily 10:00-21:00
Access: 3 minutes on foot from Tokyo Teleport Station or 5 minutes on foot from Daiba Station.
Locations: Omiya, Yokohama, Shin Misato, Fukuoka and more. Check their website for a full list.

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14. Amazing World Kohoku is an indoor play center for kids ages 0 to 12 years. Amazing world branches house plasma cars, inflatable castles, climbing equipment, slides, educational toys like the Trix TrackWammy and building blocks. They have large drawing walls, kitchen town, crafts, baby room and nursing area, and rest areas for parents. Amazing World branches are located inside malls so it`s a great place to stop in between shopping, a meal or both. Stop in for an hour (530 JPY) or pay 1050 JPY for a day pass with unlimited exit and re-entry. More Details –>

Amazing World Kohoku, Yokohama Details:

Address: 2-2-1 Nakagawa Chuo, Tsuzuki-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa (〒224-0003 神奈川県横浜市都筑区中川中央2-2-1 LuRaRaこうほく4F)
Business Hours: Monday – Friday 10:00–18:00; Sat, Sun & Holidays 10:00–19:00 (last entry an hour before closure). Please check the website for special closures.
Phone: 045-595-3600
Cost: 330 Yen Membership Fee for Adult; 530 JPY/per person/per hour OR 1050 JPY/per person for a day pass with re-entry. Membership to be renewed annually.
Access: 35 minutes by car. 55 minutes by train. A 7 minute walk from Center Minami Station.
Parking: In the building. The first 3 hours are free (must validate ticket) then 100 JPY per 20 minutes.
Amazing World Japanese website: (Japanese only)
Additional Locations:
Official Shopping Mall Website: (Japanese only)

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15. Kandu is an indoor theme park similar to Tokyo`s Kidzania where kids aged 3 – 16 years can work a variety of jobs and get paid for them. Some of the jobs include a JAL Airlines pilot, JAXA Space engineer, architect, takoyaki chef, soup maker, cold stone ice cream maker and more. Located less than an hour drive from central Tokyo it’s a nice alternative to Kidzania.
Some notable differences between Kandu and Kidzania are lower pricing and hours (4 hour shift versus 6 hours at Kidzania), and less activities to select from, 30 jobs versus 90 at Kidzania. Kandu seems more suitable for younger kids. They also have an electronic reservation system. Scan your Kandu card at each bilingual (Japanese/English) reservation machine, select the reservation time and press よやく(reserve). A reservation ticket will print out for you to hold in your Kandu carrier till your activity begins.  You can make another reservation 20 min after you’ve reserved an activity (Note: reservation periods depend on the day. It can range from 10 – 20 min). More Details –>

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Kandu Indoor Theme Park Details:

Address: 1−5 Toyosuna, Mihama Ward, Chiba Aeon Mall 3F イオンモール幕張新都心ファミリーモール
Phone: 0570-085-117
Hours: 1st shift: 10:00-14:00, 2nd shift: 15:30-20:00.
Access: Kaihin Makuhari Station on the JR Keiyo Line. Take the Keisei Bus to AEON Mall Makuhari Shinchin core (before Family Mall or Active Mall); Makuhari Hongo Station on the JR Sobu Line. Take the Keisei Bus to AEON Mall Makuhari Shintoshin; Shincho Shin Station on the JR Keiyo Line. Then take the Keisei Bus to Aeon Mall Makuhari Shintoshin Active Mall. By car, set your navigation to Makuhari Messe. Parking in the AEON Mall parking lot 3F. Doors open from 10am.


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Top 15 Recommended Indoor Playcenters in or near Tokyo


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