Family-friendly Attractions
Family-friendly Attractions
Top 19 Family-friendly Attractions

Top 19 Family-friendly Attractions in Tokyo - 2023

Discover a wide range of family-friendly activities, kid-friendly attractions, and fun for all ages in Tokyo. Immerse yourselves in family-oriented sights and enjoy child-friendly entertainment. Experience unforgettable moments together.
Updated Sep 2023
  • No.1
    7,818 Reviews
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    "The facilities are good, there are many types of games  choose . I feel that Disneyland games are more suitable for children , and Disney Ocean is more suitable for adults . There are many people in line, and they have to line for more than an hour ."
    11.3km from downtown
    Highlights: Tokyo Disneyland was the first Disney amusement theme park built outside the United States. Opened in 1983, it has since been incorporated into the larger and expanded Tokyo Disney Resort, which includes an additional theme park called Tokyo DisneySea, and several hotels. Typical for Disney parks, there are seven “themed” areas containing various rides and entertainment offerings. Recently the park has sought in incorporate distinctly Japanese characteristics into classic Disney stories. Given its popularity, Tokyo Disneyland is a fun and exciting destination for people of all ages.
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  • No.2
    2,376 Reviews
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    "Tokyo Disneyland's marine environment is beautiful, the amusement facilities have surprises, so novel, the performance is wonderful, the price of admission tickets and the restaurant and gift shop in the park is very cheap, it is worth entering again."
    11.9km from downtown
    Highlights: Tokyo DisneySea is a theme park at the Tokyo Disney Resort. First opened in 2001, the entire park sports a nautical theme and has seven main areas or “ports of call.” Each area features a number of rides, attractions, and entertainment venues based on characters, stories, and movies from the Disney collection. As part of the Tokyo Disney Resort, visitors can purchase tickets for both Tokyo DisneySea and Tokyo Disneyland. With lots to do and a true plethora of entertainment options, you will find yourself wanting to return again and again.
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  • No.3
    363 Reviews
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    "went for Panda ShinShin and RiRi 🤭 the admission only costs 600 yen and there are lots of animals inside!"
    5.1km from downtown
    Highlights: Ueno Zoo, located in Tokyo’s Taito ward, is Japan's oldest zoo. First opened in 1882, it is home to a variety of animals including giant pandas, elephants, lions, and polar bears. The giant pandas are particularly popular attractions with visitors. In addition, there is also a reptile house, nocturnal house, an aquarium, as well as themed areas for alpacas, ostriches, and so on. Located amid the hustle and bustle of downtown Tokyo, Ueno Zoo not only provides recreation, but also plays an essential role in wildlife conservation and public education.
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  • No.4
    87 Reviews
    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 434 reviews
    "Kasai Rinkai Park is very large and has a walk and marathon course. There are many people with a scratch on Saturdays and Sundays, and you can see a smiley sight by spreading your lunch box. The height of the Ferris wheel is a masterpiece. Beautiful flowers are blooming in 々 and it is a photo spot. The first sunrise is beautiful and many people come to see the Asahi climbing from Disneyland. It is easy to access because it is equipped with Rinkai Park Station and parking lot. I was able to do the first Starbucks in Edogawa Ward 〜 laughter"
    9.2km from downtown
    Highlights: The artificial seaside park with the theme of "plants, water and people live in harmony", there is a Kasai Rinkai Aquarium, which displays about 650 species of 75,000 kinds of creatures. In addition, Japan's large-scale Ferris wheel is located in the park. There are two artificial beaches, the west coast offers views of Tokyo Bay, and the east coast is a bird sanctuary. The glass dome building of Kasai Rinkai Aquarium is particularly eye-catching and is designed by the well-known architect Yoshio Taniguchi. The museum is divided into different areas, including: the world's ocean, the ecology of the deep sea, the ocean of Tokyo, and the ecology of the coastline. What is striking is the huge ring-shaped tank called "Ocean Voyager", where various fish can be seen swimming freely. There are also areas outside where you can get close contact with creatures such as sea anemones and starfish. The Diamond and Flower Viewing Cable Car is a large Japanese Ferris wheel, 117 meters high and 111 meters in diameter. There are 68 pods in total. Each pod can seat 6 people. It takes about 17 minutes to run a circle. Sitting on the cable car, you can enjoy the city scenery of Tokyo during the day. At night, the viewing car will change the lights of different colors, and you can also enjoy the gorgeous night view in the cabin. There are two artificial beaches in the artificial beach park. The west coast is connected to Kasai Rinkai Park by a bridge, and the scenery of Tokyo Bay is unobstructed. The east coast is a bird sanctuary that tourists cannot enter, but many seabirds can be seen on the shoal. footprint.
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  • No.5
    52 Reviews
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    "Aqua Park Shinagawa 🐬 This is really easy to see dolphin shows and wonderful ‼️ There is also a movie theater near the aquarium near Shinagawa Station. First of all, there is an attraction when you enter! The merry-go-round and pirate ship dolphin show are circular, so it's easy to see from anywhere! The front seats need water. We also sell kappa! And there are shops such as popcorn to wait for the dolphin show 🍿 Naked and collaboration mapping and dolphin show are the best, so I recommend it!"
    5.5km from downtown
    Highlights: Maxell Shinagawa Prince Hotel Aquarium is a large aquarium. Walking in the 20-meter-long arched fully transparent glass corridor is like walking into the underwater world, where red sharks, sea turtles and other marine creatures swim freely above and around your head. In the inland waters of this aquarium, you can see the world's only captive pair of Queensland sawfish and a group of Javan bullnose rays. In addition to appreciating marine animals, the animal performances here are also very exciting. The performances of dolphins and sea lions are very exciting and always bring laughter.
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  • No.6
    394 Reviews
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    "Opened on July 9, 2001. The curator is the astronaut Maori Wei. Established by the independent administrative legal person Science and Technology Revitalization Agency (Japanese: Science and Technology Revitalization Agency). The latest scientific and technological introduction to the general public to introduce the achievements of scientific and technological researchers to give back to the general society's feelings and opinions on science and technology, etc."
    5.9km from downtown
    Highlights: Miraikan is Japan’s National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation. Located in Tokyo’s Odaiba District, it is an eye-opening facility that provides people with a chance to enjoy hands-on contact with science and technology. Miraikan's colorful line-up of offerings includes experienced based classes and talks, in addition to museum-style exhibits. Miraikan aims to be a place for specialists and the general public to gather and engage in dialogue on issues such as climate change, a decline in biodiversity, food issues, natural disasters, and infectious diseases. The museum building is lauded for its architectural design and the overall experience offers something for everyone.
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  • No.7
    795 Reviews
    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 1926 reviews
    "Ghibli's sacred place that you must visit if you like Ghibli! Photography is prohibited inside the building, but there are several places where you can take pictures outside."
    17.8km from downtown
    Highlights: Located in a western portion of Tokyo, the Ghibli Museum is dedicated to showcasing the work of the Japanese animation house Studio Ghibli. Designed by Studio Ghibli director Hayao Miyazaki, the museum is heavily influenced by European architectural styles. Miyazaki used film storyboards to sketch out a plan inspired by locations such as the hilltop village of Calcata in Italy. Full of everything related to Ghibli animations, visitors can not only take a look at the animation buildings, they can also see original Ghibli works and other animation materials. The museum’s souvenir shop and themed restaurant are also very popular.
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  • No.8
    46 Reviews
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    "The ticket issued by is only a ticket for the park. There is no ticket for the water area. The two tickets are separate. Later, the staff at the ticket window made up a difference for me and replaced it with a pass (the park and the water area can play). The park's main project is super long roller coaster, jumping machine, and there are really many people playing in the water in summer."
    22.9km from downtown
    Highlights: Yomiuri Land is a recreational comprehensive amusement park located on the top of the Tama Hills in Inagi, Tokyo. The park is surrounded by large forests, and the scenery in the park is charming. There are a lot of thrilling rides. When the cherry blossoms are in full bloom, you can take a roller coaster to travel through the falling cherry blossoms, and experience a different kind of cherry blossom viewing trip in the scream. The park is mainly divided into 4 parts, including Holy Land Park, Sun Plaza, Natural Family Plaza, and Open Theater. The Sacred Land Park with wide grass, the "Open Theater EAST" and the "Sun Plaza Stage" where various performances are held, will make you linger.
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  • No.9
    93 Reviews
    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 852 reviews
    "It is a aquarium that is not very big, but it is very beautiful if anyone is a water wooden and a sea fish tank. will be very excited"
    5.9km from downtown
    Highlights: The Sumida Aquarium is located on the 5th and 6th floors of the Tokyo Skytree. This urban aquarium has more than 10,000 species of marine life. The museum reproduces the "Tokyo Great Water Tank" in the Ogasawara Sea, a World Heritage Site, and an open indoor water tank. You can see penguins and fur seals, the aquarium also has a jellyfish tank and a research laboratory. The Cradle of Life takes the sea of the "Tokyo Islands" as its theme, and reproduces the "Tokyo Grand Tank". Watching whale sharks and various fish swimming in the water, it seems that the marine world of the Ogasawara Islands is in front of you. Playing with Water and Life This is the largest open indoor water tank in Japan, with a water volume of about 350 tons. There are penguins and fur seals living in a large water tank, and you can observe them up close. The exhibition space is connected through two floors, shortening the distance between tourists and animals, and using LED lighting, you can not only watch them move during the day, but also observe penguins sleeping at night. Aquarium Restaurant There is a penguin cafe in the aquarium, providing snacks, desserts, soft drinks, and a place for tourists to rest.
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  • No.10
    829 Reviews
    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 606 reviews
    "The city to the city of Duomo for more than an hour, is a cartoon character that children like. The summer vacation weather is hot and playing indoors. It feels very good. I also buy food to play and watch. I am satisfied."
    30.8km from downtown
    Highlights: Sanrio Puroland, also known as Hello Kitty Land, is an indoor amusement park based on Sanrio cartoon stars. Hello Kitty, My Melody, Pom Pom Purin, and Jewelpet are everywhere to be found. Fantasy-like, inviting, and full of creativity, it is a popular attraction for both children and adults. This theme park gives visitors the chance to meet their favorite stars and, because it is set indoors, you can enjoy the parades and performances without needing to worry about the weather or temperature outside.
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  • No.11
    97 Reviews
    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 725 reviews
    "sunshine city The aquarium on the top floor, although the pavilion is not large, it is divided into indoor and outdoor animal pavilions. Outdoors are penguins, seals, waterways and pond geese; indoors include a variety of fish, jellyfish, frogs, lizards, starfish, seahorses and unique marine life. There are a variety of marine life in Hong Kong has not seen, it is very suitable for a large and detailed look, to Ikebukuro Sun City shopping, you can also have multiple choices."
    7.6km from downtown
    Highlights: The Sun Aquarium is in the sunshinecity, which is very convenient. It is based on the design concept of "Oasis in the Sky". In the museum, you can enjoy the ecology of a variety of marine life, such as deep-sea fish, coral reefs, subtropical fish, etc., and has entertainment and leisure functions. In the Sunshine Reef Tank, you can not only watch a variety of fish, but also see the very popular underwater performance in the museum. What can't be missed is the performance of the sea lions. On the open stage, the sea lions and the animal trainers cooperate seamlessly. Every skill such as hooping, header, greeting, and somersaults can make you feast for the eyes.
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  • No.12
    10 Reviews
    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 324 reviews
    "The Domo Animal Park is a zoo, the environment is very good, the air is good, it was my first time to travel here, did not do anything to prepare, just wanted to see different scenery, unknowingly walked here."
    32.8km from downtown
    Highlights: Tama Animal Park is located in Tokyo, Japan, also known as Tama Zoo, and is listed as a well-known zoo in Japan along with Ueno Zoo. As an urban park, its official name is Metropolitan Seven Lives Park.
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  • No.13
    58 Reviews
    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 348 reviews
    "It is an old amusement park in Asakusa. It's not a very large amusement park, so it's not a theme park that you can enjoy all day long. The wooden roller coaster had a different thrill than the usual roller coaster. Since it is Asakusa, you can eat and walk around. It is recommended to go as a set with sightseeing in Asakusa!"
    5.6km from downtown
    Highlights: The Asakusa Hanayashiki near Sensoji Temple opened in 1853 and is a historic amusement park in Tokyo. "Hanayashiki", as the name suggests, is a place where flowers bloom. Although the area is not large, it has a unique interest. Asakusa's flower や し き (flower house) is a public playground, equivalent to a small community children's amusement park, merry-go-round, swan cruise, air pirate ship, viewing car, small tram, surprise house, the highest point of 45 meters Bee Tower, Japan's oldest surviving Showa roller coaster, they are all painted in bright and warm colors.
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  • No.14
    34 Reviews
    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 435 reviews
    "Not only my kid loved this place but also we were amazed here. we were mesmerize by the jellyfish and also the sea creature. we also loved the lightning and the illuminating effect. "
    9.5km from downtown
    Highlights: Popular local aquarium with tunnel tanks, shark exhibit and dolphin and sea lion shows, plus a restaurant.
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  • No.15
    15 Reviews
    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 267 reviews
    "It is an in-city theme park with rides and some natural landscapes. Can play with animals, insect pavilions and lots of flowers. Park is not big but enough for kids."
    13.3km from downtown
    Highlights: It has what is known as the largest waterslide in the world. The waterslide here has many different types of pools and 31 slides with different trajectories, which can make you feel the rapid feeling of falling from a height to the bottom. The pirate ship, roller coaster, crazy rock and other rides in the park will bring visitors a thrilling feeling. In addition, there are Italian restaurants and some fast-food restaurants in the park. Visitors can taste good food after playing.
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  • No.16
    7 Reviews
    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 144 reviews
    "There were many kinds of water sliders and I enjoyed it as an adult 🏊‍♂️"
    44.6km from downtown
    Highlights: Tokyo Summerland is a leisure place mainly for leisure and entertainment. The entertainment facilities in the park are complete, and the water quality of the swimming pool is clean, which is a good place to cool off in summer.
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  • No.17
    109 Reviews
    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 470 reviews
    "Very suitable for young people over 10 years old, the game is exciting, the queue time is acceptable, generally within half an hour. There are also many dolls in the venue, and there will be a coupon for the dolls to buy one and get one coupon when entering the venue."
    4.8km from downtown
    Highlights: As a large-scale indoor electric playground, in addition to all kinds of electric toys, its large-scale amusement facilities are player-level Pulo video games known for their thrills. There are not only large-scale amusement facilities that can only be seen in outdoor amusement parks, such as pirate ships, free fall, roller coasters and other amusement facilities. There are also newly developed games such as Time and Space Fall, Horror Journey, etc., which can meet the needs of fresh and exciting. It is recommended to purchase a one-day unlimited coupon for repeated entry and exit.
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  • No.18
    374 Reviews
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    "Children like parents feel that it is not too big. The entrance is a bit difficult to find. The overall dining is very satisfactory. The photos can be downloaded in high-definition and it is great. But if you can't go back to the seventh floor from the seventh floor to the sixth floor, you have to pay attention."
    4.8km from downtown
    Highlights: Located on Tokyo’s Odaiba Island, LEGOLAND Discovery Center is an indoor theme park filled with an enormous amount of Lego bricks. Suitable for all ages, there are several different themed areas in the Discovery Center. These include Miniland, Kingdom Quest, and Duplo Village. Visitors can experience the unique charm of each area and the joy of creating with Lego. The Discovery Center is a parent-child park meaning adults can only enter when accompanying a child. Unleash your creative spirit by visiting the LEGOLAND Discovery Center.
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  • No.19
    3 Reviews
    "SEGA Shiga Happy City is a large video game city under the Japanese SEGA Shiga, with many chain stores in Japan. Chiba store is located in the Chiba Makuzhang area, very close to JR Marina Makuzhang Station. There are games for different ages."
    3.2km from downtown


What are some Family-friendly Attractions in Tokyo?
Some Family-friendly Attractions in Tokyo include:Tokyo Disneyland|Tokyo DisneySea|Ueno Zoo|Kasai Rinkai Park|Maxell Aqua Park Shinagawa
What are some highly-rated Family-friendly Attractions in Tokyo?
Some highly-rated Family-friendly Attractions in Tokyo include:Tokyo Disneyland:4.8|Tokyo DisneySea:4.7|Ueno Zoo:4.6|Kasai Rinkai Park:4.4|Maxell Aqua Park Shinagawa:4.7
At what locations in Tokyo can Family-friendly Attractions in Tokyo be found?
The Family-friendly Attractions in Tokyo are mainly located in:Tokyo Disneyland:Urayasu|Tokyo DisneySea:Urayasu|Ueno Zoo:Tokyo|Kasai Rinkai Park:Tokyo|Maxell Aqua Park Shinagawa:Tokyo