11. Yoyogi Park 

Yoyogi Koen is one of the largest parks in Tokyo, featuring forested areas, ponds and wide lawns. It’s a great place for the kids to play as well as for the adults to picnic, jog or do some outdoor activities. 

12. Meiji Jingu Gaien Nikoniko Park

This park is an absolute paradise for active kids. Not only is it spacious, but it also has a variety of exciting facilities where they can play, including the Spider trampoline, and Jungle Tower with a slide. Parents, meanwhile, can relax and have a chat at the resting areas of the park. 

13. The Imperial Palace Gardens 

Located at the heart of Tokyo, these gardens are a spacious and sprawling haven where parents can unwind and kids can play outdoors. It’s one of the areas of the Imperial Palace that’s open to the public.

14. Cup Noodles Museum 

The Cupnoodles Museum is an interactive kid-friendly museum in Yokohama, Tokyo. As you visit this museum in Tokyo with kids, you’ll get to learn how cup noodles are made and even create your own flavored special cup noodles that you can take home. 

15. Karaoke at a Jankara chain


Need a little break after days of nonstop activities and sightseeing in Tokyo with kids? Then, head to a Jankara chain, and sign your heart out while enjoying unlimited drinks. With thousands of English songs available, you’ll definitely spot your favorite song here, whether it’s a classic or a modern one.

16. Bowling at a Round 1 chain 


Looking for indoor attractions in Tokyo with kids? Then, spend a few fours engaging in an array of fun indoor activities in Round 1 – the most popular amusement center in Japan. Bowling is a must try here, especially since the quality of their bowling facility is second to none. 

  • Tip: If you and your kids are athletic, you may play a game of futsal or tennis here. In addition, you may hit baseballs in a batting cage.  

17. Tokyo Fire Museum 


There are so many fun things to do at this attraction in Tokyo with kids. Here, you and your kids can explore modern and traditional exhibits, learn through media and engage in hands-on activities. Afterward, you may let them put on a Japanese firefighter’s uniform, gawk at trucks and ride in helicopters. 

18. Edo-Tokyo Museum 


Expertly designed and educational, this museum showcases the history of Tokyo with small and large scale models that chronicle the city’s architectural transformation. Plus, it beautifully recreates the Japanese life through the centuries with remarkable exhibits like statues recreating the norms and cultural practices of the time. 

  • Tip: Spend at least two hours there to get a detailed and insightful tour. 
  • Opening hours: 09:30 AM to 05:30 PM from Tuesday to Sunday (until 07:30 PM on Saturday)
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19. Legoland Discovery Center 


Legoland is the first ever LEGO attraction in Japan, nestled in Odaiba’s Decks Mall. This attraction is ideal for all visitors in Tokyo with kids since everything is child-sized. It’s mainly designed for smaller kids from ages 3 to 10. There are rides, displays as well as a building center for 4D cinema, cafe, DUPLO and LEGO. 

20. Ghibli Museum 


Nicknamed fittingly as the “Disney of Japan”, Studio Ghibli is an established animation house known for producing hit films like My Neighbor Totoro and Spirited Away. And, their museum in Mitaka, Tokyo is truly a magical, and wondrous for children of all ages, especially those who are fond of Japanese anime. 

  • Tip:  To complete this experience in Tokyo with kids, head to the Creme Puff Factory of Shiro-hige for a Totoro-shaped cream puff after or before your visit. 
  • Opening hours: 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM (closed on Tuesdays)
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21. Sanrio Puroland 


Add more colors to your vacation in Tokyo with kids by visiting this one-of-a-kind indoor Hello Kitty theme park. Enjoy shows, parades as well as meet and greets with Hello Kitty characters. For parents, there are also options for dining and shopping. 

  • Tip: Make this experience in Tokyo with kids even more special by staying at one of Keio Plaza Hotel Tama’s Hello Kitty themed rooms. 
  • Opening hours: Operation times vary. Check website for more information. 
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