Articles for Family Travel in Tokyo


The Ueno Zoo was the first zoo in Japan receive a pair of Chinese panda.

Ueno Zoo

The oldest zoo in Japan proves to be a key component of the Sino-Japanese diplomacy.

Cabs Purikura photo booths no Mecca of Shibuya, more fun and playful than our classic photo booth.

Purikura No. Mecca

The purikura, Japanese photobooths, prove to be a fun experience worth trying.

Kodomo no Shiro, the Children's Castle

The wonderful Children's Castle closed recently after 30 years of good and loyal service to their Majesties, the little children.

All toy presented by the toy museum in Tokyo can be tried by small and larger.

Tokyo Toy Museum

Housed in a former elementary school, the Tokyo Toy Museum offers play areas that will delight children of all ages.

In the aisles of Toy Hakuhinkan Park, impossible not to crack on lint from Studio Ghibli.

Hakuhinkan Toy Park

Any family with children cannot avoid it. The Hakuhinkan Toy Park is a paradise for young and old fans of goodies, playing cards and giant stuffed toys.

In Tokyo Bay, Disney Sea binds its attractions to the sea and Japan.

Tokyo Disney Sea

In the long line of Disney theme parks, Tokyo Disney Sea is an exception due to it linking its attractions to the sea and thus, to Japan.

Puroland Sanrio, Tokyo, is the realm of the World mascot Hello Kitty.

Sanrio Puroland

The innocence of this little white kitten has conquered the world! Since the 1970s, Hello Kitty has been an instantly recognisable brand worldwide.

The present Miraikan Tsunagari, a huge globe suspended in the air on several levels.

Museums in Tokyo for the Whole Family

Tourists rarely think of visiting Japan with children, but fortunately, Tokyo is full of museums for the whole family!

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