Children / Babies Spots in Japan

  • Disney Store (Shibuya Koen-dori Store)
    119 Reviews
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Udagawachou 20-15 Humax Pavilion Shibuya Koen line street
    The Disney Store situated along Koen-dori in Shibuya. From the moment you enter through the doors in the store's cute, castle-themed entranceway, you'll find yourself transported to a dream world. In addition to Disney merchandise, the shop also conveniently sells Tokyo Disney Resort tickets and Corporate Program Coupons.

    As the pointy end of the Disney merchandising machine, works well to get you to buy over-priced, mouse-ear encrusted tat. The front door is nice though, and for Mouse (not mouse- most of the...

  • Hakuhinkan Toy Park Ginza Store
    123 Reviews
    Tokyo Chuo-ku Ginza 8-8-11
    This toy store is located in Ginza, an area lined with high-end brand stores. It has about 100,000 items that fulfill everyone's desire to have fun from the first to fourth floors. The store has a wide selection such as toys of heroes and impersonations as well as characters for toddlers, plush toys, games and variety goods, making it somewhere that can be enjoyed by not only children but also adults. On the fourth floor, Hakuhinkan Racing Park has a slot-car circuit kit with a total length of about 36 meters. Many people get hooked and crazy.

    It is a noisy store with several floors and plenty of toys. It is a must for you if you have children!

  • Magonoya Santa
    5 Reviews
    Mie Ise-shi Ujinakanokiricho
    This old-fashioned toy store was started out of a desire to see the smiling face of a delighted grandchild. The store carries a wide selection of old-fashioned toys which will be familiar to grandma and grandpa and brand new to their grandchildren. From a wooden set of fish grilling toys for playing house, to Kamikara paper craft toys, everything the store sells has been chosen with an emphasis on safety, materials, and construction. The shop's charming traditional wooden Ise gangu toys make perfect souvenirs of your visit to Ise. The shop's Ise dialect karuta card game, which uses examples of the local Ise dialect in place of the more traditional classic poems, is also popular.


  • Nintendo TOKYO
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Udagawacho 15-1 Shibuya PARCO 6F
  • TOMICA Shop?PLARAIL Shop (Tokyo Branch)
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 Tokyo Sta. 1 Bangai Tokyo Character Street
    "A shop that displays and sells the Plarail toys that have been popular for beyond generations. It's at the First Avenue Tokyo Station commercial facility, directly accessible from Tokyo Station. Released more than 50 years ago, part of the appeal of the Plarail railroad toys is that there isn't just one way to play with them. The basic model hasn't changed since they were introduced, and even kids as young as three can play with them any way they like. The store holds daily events like ""Plarail Fishing"" where you ""catch"" the toy trains and ""Plarail Bingo"" where you try to match the lead cars. You'll often see adults caught up in these games like they're reliving their childhoods."
  • Tomica Shop Plarail Shop Osaka
    Osaka Osaka-shi Kita-ku Umeda 3-1-1 Omaru Umeda 13F
  • Kokeshka Kamakura
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Hase 1-2-15
    Located five minutes from Enoden’s Yuigahama Station, this shop located across from the Yoshiya Nobuko Memorial Museum specializes in Japan’s traditional kokeshi dolls and Russian matryoshka dolls. It was produced by Numata Genki, an artist who is a photographer and poet. Besides Japan’s traditional kokeshi dolls and Russian matroshka dolls, they also feature unique, original products such as kokeshka, painted by Japanese kokeshi artistans in the same area that produces Russian matryoshka dolls.
  • Red Mercury (Ueno Shop)
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Ueno 4-9-2 Koide building 4F
    A store specializing in American toys located a five minute walk from Ueno Station's Shinobazu exit. There isn't a toy collector in Tokyo who doesn't know about Red Mercury. The sheer number of toys crowding the store's shelves and showcases is stunning. The abundance of Star Wars and Transformers toys and merchandise, in particular, will amaze you. And as you might expect from a store which has been in business so long, you can find some truly rare items tucked away here and there. Red Mercury carries a wide selection of other toys, from action figures to vending machine toys to ornaments and decorations. Merchandise and other items are also sold on the store's website.
  • Toy RoadWorks
    Okinawa Pref. Nahashi Makishi 3-6-21F
    Toy RoadWorks is a Ryukyu toy shop with an attractive vivid yellow exterior. In the shop, there is a range of vivid and warm papier-mache works made by Morito Toyonaga, a Ryukyu papier-mache craftsman. “Okinawan fun Karuta (traditional Japanese playing cards)” with an Okinawan language (dialect) theme and “Okinawan drive sugoroku (a Japanese variety of Parcheesi) with a motif of the Okinawa Main Island boast popularity.
  • Choppe
    Kanagawa Kamakura-shi Komachi 1-6-11
    This toy shop stands on Komachi-dori Street a one-minute walk from JR Kamakura Station. Identifiable by its 3D Ultraman sign, the establishment is designed to be the kind of good, old-fashioned toy shop that becomes a favorite destination. In addition to standard toys, the shop also carries a full array of original products, and its shelves are filled with items you can only buy here, like Plarail models of obsolete Yokosuka Line trains; Kamakura Komachi Jenny, the first black-haired Jenny doll; and a variety of Enoshima-inspired merchandise. In addition, the shop's wide selection includes everything from products from the universe of Ultraman depicted in its sign, to the latest card games, and everyone from children to adults can have fun here.
  • Simply Shop
    Shizuoka Hamamatsu-shi Naka-ku Sanarudai 5-23-15O Ura Building 1F
    Nagasaki Sasebo-shi Shimanosecho 7-14
  • Hobby Ctr Cato Tokyo
    60 Reviews
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Nishiochiai 1-24-10

    The Kato Hobby Center in Shinjuku is a dream destination for any kid -- or dad -- whos loved playing with model trains at any time in his life. There are full-size displays of running model trains...

  • Super Kids Land Main Store
    8 Reviews
    Osaka Osaka-shi Naniwa-ku Nipponbashi 4-12-4

    There is another kids land shop around look similar to this one but only has two floors. That shop may confuse you when you look for this shop. Remember to search with the name “Joshin” super kids...

  • DISNEYSTORE Shinjuku Takashimaya
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Sendagaya 5-24-2 Izumi-chuo Shinjuku 9F
  • Disneystore Ikspiari
    Chiba Urayasu-shi Maihama 1-4 Ikspiari 2F
  • LaLaport Kashiwanoha LaLaport Kashiwanoha
    Style / Fashion
    Chiba Kashiwa-shi Wakashiba 175 LaLaport Kashiwanoha Facility
  • Akachanhonpo TOC
    Tokyo Shinagawa-ku Nishi-gotanda 7-22-17 TOC Building 5F
  • Akachanhonpo Arcakit Kinshicho
    Tokyo Sumida-ku Kinshi 2-2-1 Arcakit Kinshicho 5F
  • Hakuhinkan TOYPARK Haneda Airport Dai 3 Terminal
    10 Reviews
    Tokyo Ota-ku Haneda Airport 2-6-5 Haneda Airport (Tokyo International Airport) Dai3 Passenger Terminal Building 5F


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