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Children / Babies Spots in Tokyo Area

  • Disney Store (Shibuya Koen-dori Store)
    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.
  • Disney Store Harajuku Alta
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 1-16-4 Takeshitadori Square Harajuku ALTA 2F
    The first ever Disney Store in Tokyo for adult women, located on the second floor of the Harajuku Alta commercial facility in the Jingumae area of Shibuya City. Filled with stylish jewelry, bags, cell phone accessories, and lifestyle goods, the shop carries a large selection of Japan-exclusive items. Modeled after a storybook castle, the shop also features a variety of fun touches, such as lanterns in which Tinkerbell appears, and a hidden Mickey door. In this popular spot, you can enjoy the world of Disney while visiting Harajuku.
  • 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.
  • Toysrus ・ Babiesrus Ikebukuro Sunshine City
    Tokyo Toshima
  • Animate Shinjuku
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Shinjuku 3-17-17
  • Toysrus‧Babiesrus Toshimaen
    Tokyo Nerima-ku Kasugacho 1-1-1
  • ZARA Ginza
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Chuo-ku Ginza 7-9-19
  • 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."
  • Hakuhinkan Toy Park Ginza Store
    111 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.

    We were excited to visit the Hakuhinkan Toy Park in Ginza, but when we arrived found it small and cramped, and lacking in any unique or interesting toys. The best feature is the huge scalexctric...

  • Nintendo TOKYO
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Udagawacho 15-1 Shibuya PARCO 6F
  • rashimban akihabaratenkaitorikan
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Sotokanda 1-9-8 Kimura Building 4F
  • Gamers Ikebukuro
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Toshima-ku Higashikebukuro 1-23-9 modern group BLD.10 Hall B1F
  • Lashinbang Ikebukuro Main Store
    Tokyo Toshima-ku Higashi-ikebukuro 3-2-4
  • Akachanhonpo Azusawa
    Tokyo Itabashi-ku Azusawa 3-9-5 Seven Town Nai
  • HobbyZone AEON MALL Higashikurume
    Tokyo Higashikurume-shi Minamisawa 5-17-62 AEON MALL Higashikurume 3F
  • apres les cours AEON MALL Hinode
    Tokyo Nishitama-gun Hinodemachi Hirai 237-3 AEON MALL Hinode 3F [338]
  • HobbyZone AEON MALL Hinode
    Tokyo Nishitama-gun Hinodemachi Hirai 237-3 AEON MALL Hinode 3F [322]
  • BorneLund AEON MALL Musashi Murayama
    Tokyo Musashimurayama-shi Enoki 1-1-3 AEON MALL Musashi Murayama 1F
  • Nishimatsuya Shimachu Homes Machida Miwa
    Tokyo Machida-shi Miwamachi 281-1
  • Nishimatsuya Greenade Nagayama
    Tokyo Tama-shi Nagayama 1-chome 4-banchi

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