Kidzania TokyoCurrently Closed
- Address: Japan, Yubinbango135-8614 Tokyo, Koto, Toyosu, 2 Chome-4-9, Urban Dock LaLaport TOYOSU Northport third floor 33200
- Timings: 09:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Phone: +81-570064646
- Ticket Price: 2850 JPY
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Amusement Park, Entertainment, Family And Kids, Games
Kidzania Tokyo - Review
KidZania Tokyo is a family amusement centre and entertainment park. The destination is known for its fun activities and great attractions. If you are travelling with children then this becomes a great destination to visit. There are many activities and games that the children can enjoy. A fun-filled learning experience is what the destination offers. The place is perfect to spend some quality family time.
Kidzania Tokyo Ticket Prices
- Preschool (3 and over) yen 2,850
- Jr. High School yen 3,250
- Adults (16 and over) yen 1,850
- Seniors (60 and Over) yen 950
- Preschool w/disabilities yen 1,420
- Primary w/disabilities yen 1,570
How To reach Kidzania Tokyo by Public Transport
- Take a train from Toyosu Station
- Take a taxi or rental to the location
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Things to Know Before Visiting Kidzania Tokyo
1.04% of people who visit Tokyo include Kidzania Tokyo in their plan
42.86% of people start their Kidzania Tokyo visit around 4 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Kidzania Tokyo
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kidzania Tokyo
Kidzania Tokyo Trips
Kidzania Tokyo, Tokyo Reviews
I would give this 10 stars if I could - this was the family highlight of our entire trip to Tokyo. If you have kids between 3-12 it's a must do. An inside kid town/city with over 50 jobs they can make reservation for and do - it's like they are living real little adult lives, even setting up a bank account. I think most parents use it as a quasi-day care as each job can last 20-30 minutes and they want you to not participate so the kids have their own experience and learning. Even my 3 year old was well looked after without me needing to be there. That being said I was enthralled watching from outside of shop windows and from seating areas my kids do real jobs and be super blown away by it for the 5+ hours that whizzed by - thank you Kidzania for the experience finally curing us of jet lag just because we were so into it. When I saw a line of kids a km long in the mall I blanched, but unwarrantedly so, there were hundreds of kids all accommodated with no issues - the setup where you pick jobs one at a time on a reservation basis means that there's always something to do and kids are distributed well amongst the various jobs. My kids did police officer, paramedic, auto mechanic, beauty salon, chef, courier. The place is so well run, so well designed, so fun. The staff were amazing, even when we had a bathroom accident they had a temporary change of clothes and got my daughter back to her job while I ran into the mall and bought some spare clothes. The experience stands out as the best kid thing I've ever run into. My only regret is that there is nothing like this in Canada/North America yet. So glad my wife found this and we went. FYI Wednesday is English day so it's a good idea to book for then in advance of going.
I love Kidzania! It is a fun and educational place for kids to try out different careers. Parents can enjoy watching their child participate or they can relax upstairs in the lounge while the kids explore on their own.
Awesome place for kids to learn and have fun at the same time. My 4 year old son really enjoyed his time there. We went on English Wednesday and our guide was really helpful. So many “jobs” for the kids to do that we didn’t have enough time to do everything so we will definitely be back!
Really cool concept, kids get to take on jobs both fun and mundane, earn kid bucks, and spend it on more fun experiences. I would suggest reading an in depth guide before going for the first time or going with someone experienced as the process is confusing at first. Also, I would try and keep the number of kids in your group down to 1 or 2. It's hard to book spaces otherwise. Be sure to find the parents only Cafe on the second level for a break, it can be a little much.
Wow! We booked this for the kids ahead of our trip to Tokyo unsure if there would be a launguage barrier. Right from the start we were fine though, heaps of activities in English, helpful staff to show us the way. The kids had an absolute ball and loved every second. Even the participated in non-english jobs with no problems at all. Very highly recommended if you have kids!