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Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
#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...
Shinjuku Gyoen is always outstanding during Sakura season, very clean and well kept with plenty of open space for the kids to run around.
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Tokyo Metropolitan Government Buildings
#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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Tokyo Metropolitan Government Buildings Observatories Nishishinjuku
#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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Meijijingu Gaien
#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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Fire Museum Yotsuya
#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!!!).
Samurai Museum
#2 of 398 things to do in Shinjuku
The hosts were fantastic and took time to explain the history and the pieces in detail and also allowed our kids to try on some of the samurai outfits which made for fab snaps.
I am descendant of Japanese family Samurai’s as well, I just felt very proud with this work... Just Excellent... Hope to visit again.
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Shinjuku Chuo Park
#18 of 398 things to do in Shinjuku
Tennis courts and fields for the athletic players, amphitheater for the audience, lunch spot for the nearby office workers, easy walking paths for the elderly, playground for kids, wading pool for toddlers, and be...
There is a playground for children, a nice waterfall, a small pond where turtles live, an overlooking gazebo, and a lot of open space.
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Jingu Baseball Stadium
#11 of 398 things to do in Shinjuku
Highly recommend, especially if you are a baseball fan or are traveling with kids.
I'd fully recommend bringing children.
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Tokyo Tourist Information Center, Tokyo Metropolitan Government Bldg.
#7 of 398 things to do in Shinjuku
Godzilla Head
#23 of 398 things to do in Shinjuku
Godzilla head is just on top of the Gracery hotel shinjuku, i guess this is great catch for all tourists especially with young children, We have a wonderful stay in shinjuku everything was great.
Fun for the kids and a great view of Shinjuku from the top.
Hobby Center Kato Tokyo
#37 of 398 things to do in Shinjuku
I was keen to visit as I wanted to purchase some Kato starter kits and track to begin a setup for my kids.
I noticed both kids and adults on the second floor running trains on one of the layouts.
VR Zone Shinjuku Kabukicho
#1 of 11 things to do in Kabukicho
Great for families, couples and friends!!! Mario Kart and the cat rescue are the must do’s.
Our family visited the VR Zone and all of us had a blast!
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Narukoten Shrine
#40 of 398 things to do in Shinjuku
Toyama Park
#57 of 398 things to do in Shinjuku
teamLab Borderless Aomi 6.3 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 5.5 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.
Ueno Park Taito 4.4 mi away
#4 of 523 things to do in Taito
This park is one of the favorites during the Sakura (cherry blossoms) season to go with close friends or family to view these amazing trees and have a traditional hanami (picnic or meal under the Sakura trees).
... are a lifesaver on sunny days as they touched me, it is an outdoor space full of children and families and a space for several street artists, it is highly recommended to miss a full day in their various activ...
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Odaiba Daiba 5.9 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!
I recommend this place for any tourist visiting Tokyo my family and friends loved this place especially just outside were this robot is located there is awesome mall with many stores to shop and restaurants eat an...
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TOKYO Samurai Kembu Shintomicho 4.3 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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Yoyogi Park Shibuya 1.3 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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Kinuta Park Setagaya 6.0 mi away
#3 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 4.2 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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National Museum of Nature and Science Taito 4.6 mi away
#9 of 523 things to do in Taito
Cherry on top, you will be able to explore the earth with dinosaurs around you, on a 5mns 3D theater, brilliant for kids and adults.
Because exhibits of animals, plants and specimens of ancient organisms are very dynamic, so it is popular among children.
Tsukiji Cooking Tsukiji 4.3 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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Tokyu Setagaya Line Setagaya 3.6 mi away
#4 of 187 things to do in Setagaya
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Toei Streetcar(Toden) Arakawa Line(Tokyo Sakura Tram) Tokyo 5.8 mi away
#75 of 5,241 things to do in Tokyo
At Oji-ekimae you can get the slope-car (a fancy outdoor elevator) to take you up the hill to Asukayama Park where families have picnics and gatherings.
I have had the opportunity to live in Tokyo three different times: as an Expat's kid, as poor student and as young professional.
Odaiba Kaihin Koen (Odaiba Seaside Park) Daiba 5.9 mi away
#3 of 13 things to do in Daiba
A good day or days out for families, with museums, sightseeing, shopping with good outlet stores... Highly recommended!
Its great place to have fun with family, since i'm traveling with my parents and my children, there is a liberty statue at this park, also a big mall nearby make your trip complete.
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H.I.S. Tourist Information Center Harajuku Jingumae 1.3 mi away
#1 of 28 things to do in Jingumae
Kids enjoyed feeding and holding the hedgehogs.
If you have a family of five it may be too much.
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Daiba Park Daiba 5.6 mi away
#5 of 13 things to do in Daiba
very beautiful park with lots of family attractions
I will definitely recommend it to families with children.
Arisugawa-no-miya Memorial Park Minato 2.9 mi away
#17 of 570 things to do in Minato
Narrow pathways and staircases to discover the different areas of the park with kids and at the top a flat area with games for young kids and enough space to play frisbee, soccer or with remote small cars.
Great park with lots of options for little children!