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Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) Terminal No2 Observation Deck
#1 of 194 things to do in Ota
We were there on a public holiday and local families were making a day of it!
especially if you have young kids or toddlers and came too early to the airport
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Jonanjima SeasidePark
#2 of 194 things to do in Ota
Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) Terminal 1 Observation Deck
#5 of 194 things to do in Ota
There are flight simulators up there the kids and adults will love.
Senzokuike Park
#7 of 194 things to do in Ota
This park is very nice for family and friends gathering.
Tiat Sky Road
#16 of 194 things to do in Ota
Haginaka Park
#29 of 194 things to do in Ota
Heiwa no Mori Park
#20 of 194 things to do in Ota
Take a change of clothes and shoes so the kids can really enjoy themselves.
Keihin-Jima Tsubasa park
#15 of 194 things to do in Ota
Omori Nori Museum
#38 of 194 things to do in Ota
Haneda Nihombashi
#9 of 194 things to do in Ota
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden Shinjuku 8.5 mi away
#1 of 398 things to do in Shinjuku
What a beautiful retreat the gardens are and in such a busy city - rose gardens , japanes tea house and surrounding gardens - and a lovely glass house - a garden full of families using the gardens and appreciating...
Saw many people spread blankets for family picnics, photographers catch the beauty of the foliage and colors of the season and displays educating the public about the history and goals of the garden.
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teamLab Borderless Aomi 5.8 mi away
#1 of 11 things to do in Aomi
Some of the more popular exhibits are Butterfly World, Crystal World, Forest of Resonating Lights, Floating Nest, Light Space Sculpture, Athletic Forest (great for kids), and Sketch Aquarium (great for toddlers).
One of the best place I visited in Tokyo!! Highly suggest it!! Very kids friendly with interactive displays!!
KidZania Tokyo Toyosu 7.7 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Toyosu
Each of the jobs is surprisingly realistic, and each job station is sponsored by a real company (fantastic product placement - our kids constantly spotted real-life representatives of the various sponsoring compan...
The indoor mall where it is located is also very crowded with kids and has lots of kid friendly shops and food.
Odaiba Daiba 5.4 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Daiba
If you have younger kids or toddlers, you can easily balance your day with sights, thrills, shopping and food to keep the whole family happy!
There are lots of attractions for kids, cinema, Joypolis which is an indoor theme park, Tokyo Leisure Land which is a video game arcade, Lego Land Discovery Centre, Madame Tussaud’s, Science Museum, Ferris Wheel a...
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TOKYO Samurai Kembu Shintomicho 8.4 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Shintomicho
Arai is GREAT... he has excellent English and he has a family connection to samurai; he learned from his great grandmother.
The activity is great for kids because the instructor moves from one activity to the next quite smoothly and fairly quickly.
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Tokyo Metropolitan Government Buildings Shinjuku 8.9 mi away
#3 of 398 things to do in Shinjuku
great views from the top, there is also a store selling souvenirs and all sorts of kids toys so be prepared for that if you have kids with you.
Very easy best to see at night high recommend for those of families and just wanting to see a good view.
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Yokohama Cruising Kanagawa, Japan 8.5 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Kanagawa
Our family of four (two boys ages 5 and 7) decided to ride from the red brick building to Yamashita Park and back.
I want to take our kids on this the next time we go to Yokohama.
Yoyogi Park Shibuya 7.6 mi away
#5 of 269 things to do in Shibuya
... park There is a huge baseball stadium near by However there is so many quaint things happening Singers Food vendors Jugglers Colourful choirs Great gardens Loads of space Good for kids to re Have fun Fresh air
It has such a beautiful atmosphere; everyone is doing their own thing, playing and singing guitar, photography, family picnics, cute dogs running around and you can take pictures by the pink blossom trees.
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Minato Mirai 21 Yokohama, Japan 8.6 mi away
#2 of 777 things to do in Yokohama
From the endless rides and attractions to the hyper-sophisticated toilets to the amazing range of eateries, shops down to the waterworks facing the amazing art museum (not to be missed even with young children), M...
Ideal for everybody- romantic for couples, funny for children, friendly for elderly!
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Kinuta Park Setagaya 6.9 mi away
#2 of 187 things to do in Setagaya
The playground with the train is a big hit with my children (12, 10, 6) and there is lots of variety of equipment for them to play imaginatively on once the allure of the train wears off.
Some kids are running around with their dads flying kites.
Japan Wonder Travel Tsukiji 7.7 mi away
#1 of 18 things to do in Tsukiji
Tae is very kind, knowledgeable and always helpful She brought us to some new places, for Soba and Udon for lunch, sake tasting where we learned a bit about selection, to our kids favorite places for cotton candy...
I highly recommend taking this tour and especially having Noriko as a guide it was definitely a highlight of our family holiday in Japan.
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Kasai Rinkai Park Edogawa 9.7 mi away
#3 of 114 things to do in Edogawa
Perfect for children, great carnival atmosphere, interesting streetside vendors, giant Ferris wheel comparable to the London Eye.
The park is huge and have lot of space and some attractions for the kids.
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Tokyo Metropolitan Government Buildings Observatories Nishishinjuku 8.9 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Nishishinjuku
A family of four to visit Skytree: over 10,000 Yen - Metro Govt Building: Free.
Fun toy/souvenir shop for younger kids.
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Yamashita Park Naka, Japan 8.9 mi away
#3 of 116 things to do in Naka
Yamashita park is one of my favorite places to go, lazy wkends I go there and watch the hikawa maru and seagulls, easy access, beautiful rose garden, great place for picnic or small family gathering, but wkends it...
It is a great place to see local children playing, beautiful flowers if you time your visit right, a few statues, etc.
Fujiko F Fujio Museum Kawasaki, Japan 8.6 mi away
#2 of 207 things to do in Kawasaki
It's a good day trip with kids too, have a stroll nearby the town too, you can literally feel Doraemon world in the surroundings come to live if you read the manga!
My family enjoyed alot reading the history of the author and looking around.
HARA Model Railway Museum Yokohama, Japan 8.5 mi away
#10 of 777 things to do in Yokohama
Highly recommended for families with children, but actually suggest for anyone with an interest for the human heart - and rails, and models, that is.
Kids under 85yo will enjoy the interactive displays fascinating.
Tsukiji Cooking Tsukiji 7.7 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Tsukiji
Superb!!! Great experience for adults and kids!
I HIGHLY reccommend this class to families, couples, groups, etc.
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Meijijingu Gaien Shinjuku 7.8 mi away
#5 of 398 things to do in Shinjuku
I went here with my boyfriend !it was beautiful and relaxing.I recommend it to couples and families.
this garden was a joy to visit- with all the families dressed up in traditional costumes- we even saw a wedding!
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Tokyu Setagaya Line Setagaya 6.2 mi away
#4 of 187 things to do in Setagaya
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Fire Museum Yotsuya 8.7 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Yotsuya
It surprised us with the interactive and educational exhibits - full sized vehicles and helicopters for the children to sit in, a fire fighting computer game and a dress up corner.
Lots of history and a fun activities room for the kids ( however the origami was the most difficult piece of paper folding in history!!!).