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Updated: October 1, 2019
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KidZania, billed as a "city founded by the children of the world," offers a 2/3-sized replica of the real world, complete with adult-like jobs and activities for your children to experience—crime not included! Located on the engineered island of Toyosu, near Odaiba on Tokyo's east end, it's an eight-minute walk from Toyosu Station on the Yurakucho Line.
Entering the complex, you will be astounded at the quality and attention to detail given to this miniature city. Packed with nearly 100 kinds of careers and services for your children, with real-world tools and equipment, you can easily spend a day here entertaining your little ones. The career experiences last an average of 30 minutes, and kids can dress up in perfect replica uniforms and wield realistic equipment for a genuinely grounded experience.
The jobs cover a diverse range from kid favorites like police officer and firefighter, to fashion model and beauty consultant. Unlike the real world, your kid doesn't need any qualifications to participate in the jobs—so let them experiment to their hearts' desire. Adults are prohibited from entering the job pavilions in order to foster independence, but you can watch your little ones from monitor screens and large windows. Feel free to take photos or videos.
Varies per activity
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