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Trampoland, Itabashi-ku

Trampoland www.bestlivingjapan.comIf you have kids, and they are bouncing off the walls take them to Trampoland!  Trampoland is an inside trampoline center that is safe and fun for elementary age 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 is expanding in March with a Trampoland in Saitama, which will be nine times bigger than this Itabashi branch. the Saitama Trampoland will also have parking for over 30 cars. Since all of their resources will be going to open the Saitama branch in March this Trampoland in Itabashi will be closed from March 1-31st 2015, but back open on April 1st.  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
Open 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)
Website: www.trampoland.com/
Note: public coin parking across the streets

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Trampoland, Itabashi-ku


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