As you all know, I LOVE the Joolz stroller and honestly couldn’t survive getting around Tokyo without it. Yes it is bigger than other prams which is sometimes daunting for new mums looking for a pram, but honestly there are so many fantastic features that make it not only easy to push and wheel around the busy streets of Tokyo, but also comfortable for you and your baby. I’ve heard many Japanese mums in particular wonder if the Joolz is too big, so to give you an idea of what it is like, here is a review by Japanese mum who has been using the Joolz stroller with bassinet and footboard for her two children for the past 5 months. Thanks Izumi!
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Hi! I am having a very hard time choosing a stroller for my son coming in November. I live in Tokyo and would like to know where I can go and test out pushchairs of different brands especially those from different countries. I find that most stores I’ve seen only carry small strollers that are popular here in Japan but I don’t know where to shop for popular foreign brands such as the one featured here. I would really like to try them before I buy and I don’t know where to look.. Thank you!
Hi Erika! I highly recommend visiting Blossom39 and Air Buggy stores in Dixsept 17 shopping mall in Daikanyama. Both have a variety of imported brands of strollers and they can give you demonstrations and let you wheel them around etc. Here is the website: http://www.17dixsept.jp/address/english/
Here is info on Blossom39:
Hope this helps and all the best with choosing your stroller:)! Kate