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Updated: October 1, 2019
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Although called a museum, Yotsuya’s Tokyo Toy Museum is actually a hands-on indoor playground for children of all ages. Housed inside a former elementary school building, the museum has a collection of over 10,000 toys from both Japan and around the world.
Each space of this three-floor toy center has a different theme. For a very local experience, visit Toy Square Red, a space dedicated to traditional Japanese toys. If you’re feeling creative, take advantage of the museum’s toy workshop. Classes suitable for all ages are offered, so the whole family can create toys from recycled materials.
General admission: 1000 yen
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