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Japanese Strollers – Aprica, Combi, Pigeon, and more – buy in Tokyo!

Are you traveling to Japan and you want to buy a Japanese pram?

Or perhaps you are looking to buy a cheap umbrella stroller to get around while you are in Tokyo?

Make sure you watch this video!

It shows you all the popular brands, including Aprica, Combi, Pigeon, and Air Buggy – and their prices as of 2017.

I recommend going to Babys R Us, Toys R Us, or Akachan Honpo to buy one. These are the best stores that have a wide range of Japanese prams at various prices.

For reviews of strollers see my previous posts here

Hope this helps you to buy the pram you are looking for in Japan. xoxo

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4 thoughts on “Japanese Strollers – Aprica, Combi, Pigeon, and more – buy in Tokyo!

  1. chaachaa says:

    Hai Kate,
    i am planning to Tokyo with my kids (4 & 1.5 yo). i was wondering if I have to bring twin stroller or only single stroller with one baby carrier. so i want to ask about your opinion. Thank you

    1. Kate says:

      HI Chaachaa, both options are possible – either a twin stroller or single with carrier. It is really up to you and what you feel most comfortable with! x Kate

  2. Arianna says:

    Hi!
    we will fly to Tokyo end of April with 2.5yo and 8mo dame doubt: twin buggy or single&carrier?
    We will travel all around Japan for one month so we need to travel super light.

    Cheers!
    Arianna

    1. Kate says:

      Hi Arianna, either twin buggy or single with carrier is fine. It is really up to you and which is more comfortable. With a twin buggy, it may take more time as you will need to go through the wider gate at the train station and you will need to catch the elevators, but it is definitely possible. This post might help! https://www.tokyourbanbaby.com/2017/05/how-to-travel-in-tokyo-with-twin-babies/

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