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Traveling in Japan with a baby – Emperor’s Palace Gardens

Recently I’ve received emails from Tokyo Urban Baby readers from overseas asking for advice on traveling with a baby in Japan. In order to help these travelers visualise what it might be like, I thought I’d put together a special travel series where each video shows the activities which I think can be achieved in one day with a baby in tow. As we all know, babies need regular nappy changes, feeding and play time, so you won’t be able to squeeze in as much sightseeing into one day as you usually would without a baby, however you can still have a wonderful time and see all the major sites that Japan has to offer!

Here is Day 1: Emperor’s Palace Gardens

This is an easy first day if you’ve just arrived in Japan on an international flight:-)

  • Breakfast at the Mermaid Cafe in Daikanyama
    • Address: 1-35-14 Ebisu-Nishi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
    • Opening hours: Weekdays 9am-9pm, Weekends 10am-8pm
    • Website
  • Catch Tokyu Toyoko-line train to Shibuya
  • Change nappy at Tokyu Store (7F East Bdg) baby nursing room, located above Shibuya Station
    • Address: 2-24-1 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
    • Opening hours: Weekdays & Saturdays 10am-9pm, Sundays & public holidays 10am-8pm
    • See details here
  • Catch Yamanote-line train to Yurakucho
  • Walk to Brick Square, Marunouchi
    • Address: 2-6-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
    • Website
  • Lunch at Anthemble (3F) baby-friendly restaurant in Brick Square
    • Opening hours: Weekdays & Saturdays 11am-11pm, Sundays & public holidays 11am-10pm
  • Change nappy at Brick Square baby room (3F)
  • Walk to Emperor’s Palace Gardens – walk around and sit on grass
  • Train home

You might also like:
Advice about traveling to Japan with a baby
Marunouchi baby rooms
Shibuya baby rooms

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