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Kid-Friendly Events this Weekend in Tokyo 2/16-17
From plum festivals to indoor snow parks, make the most out of the upcoming weekend with these kid-friendly events around Tokyo!
Date: ~3/8 (Sun) 8am-7:30pm
Location: Yushima Tenjin Shrine (Yushima/Ueno Okamachi Station)
Every year, about 300 plum trees bloom beautiful white and pink blossoms at Yushima Tenjin Shrine. Dating back to the Edo period, Yushima Tenjin Shrine has been widely celebrated as a popular "plum spot" and began holding festivals from 1958. Welcoming the 62nd year, visitors can enjoy a variety of entertainment including shamisen playing, bellydancing, karaoke contests, plum wine and tea tastings, traditional Japanese dance performances and comic storytellings.
Date: All Year 10am-7pm
Location: Tokyo Asobimare (Keio Horino Uchi Station)
Can't travel to snow this winter? Play in snow right here in Tokyo! At Tokyo Asobimare, kids can play in a comfortable temperature of 18-20 °C in Japan's first indoor all-year Snow Town. Go sledding or build a snowman, the options are endless. The facility provides free rental for snow boots (sizes 14-28cm) and sleds and also sells gloves, socks and t-shirts in case they get wet from having too much fun in the snow.
Location: Participating Embassies in Minato-ku
Tokyo's Minato ward is not only home to many foreign residents but over half the embassies in Japan, making it one of the most culturally diverse place in the country. To celebrate this culturally diverse city, many embassies have opened their doors from January 16th to March 24th 2019 exclusively for those participating in the Embassy Stamp Rally. Pick up a special passport to start your journey!
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