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The Ultimate 6D5N Tokyo Itinerary For A Fun Family Vacay With Kids


Farah Fazanna •  Mar 29, 2024

With plenty of attractions and easily accessible facilities for kids and families, it’s no wonder that Tokyo is on top of the list for a family vacation. Whether you’re looking for interactive activities to keep your kids occupied or striking off bucket list-worthy items to do as a family, this 6D5N family-friendly Tokyo itinerary will be perfect for you!

Travel essentials for your trip

4G eSIM for Japan

  • No need to carry and charge a portable router with this 4G eSIM from Softbank!
  • You can easily activate it once you receive the QR code via email (send instantly!) and you can use it upon arrival.
  • Unlimited data but the speed may slow down if you exceed the daily limit
  • We recommend that parents get one each (because one parent may be bringing the kid/kids for a walk while the other parent is standing in line/toilet) so it's easier to communicate.
  • Alternatively, if you prefer to get a pocket WiFi if travelling in a group, you can book on Klook too!

Getting around Tokyo: SUICA card and Tokyo Subway Pass

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  • If you’re only travelling within Tokyo, we recommend getting the SUICA Card, a reloadable prepaid card.
  • What’s great about the SUICA is that you can use it on all train lines and buses in Tokyo, as most vending machines and shops too.
  • We recommend making contactless payments for transit using Apple Wallet or Google Pay.
  • I had an existing SUICA card and was able to transfer the balance of my old SUICA card to my Apple Wallet. I topped up the SUICA card easily using my Apple Wallet, if not you can top up at the machine too.
  • You can purchase the Suica card at JR East Travel Service Centers at Narita Airport Terminal 1 Station, Narita Airport Terminal 2/3 Station, Haneda Airport International Terminal Station and major train stations in Tokyo.
  • If you’ll be travelling around Tokyo using the Tokyo Metro (for example, going to Asakusa), we recommend the Tokyo Subway Pass so that you can maximize usage of the pass.
  • Get your 24, 48 or 72-hour Tokyo Subway Pass on Klook. You can easily redeem the ticket at any metro station in Tokyo.

Family-friendly accommodation in Tokyo

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Day 1: Arrival

Airport transfer (45mins)

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  • Klook airport transfer is highly recommended for families (especially if you have young kids or the elderly) or if you’re travelling in bigger groups. It’s also more value for money!
  • It was a stress-free trip too as our driver contacted us upon arrival and communication was great so we didn’t get lost.
  • We had a Toyota Alphard so there was enough room for a stroller and two large suitcases. You can request a car seat (with an additional fee)!
  • The best part is that we didn’t have to worry about taking public transport (imagine crying kids + stroller + luggage!), especially if you arrive during rush hour.
  • Alternatively, you can take the train (Keisei Skyliner if you're arriving at Narita airport) to where you're staying or the airport limousine bus which stops at major stations and certain hotels.

Luggage-free travel

  • To make travelling even simpler (if you're taking public transport) or if you want to explore the city right away you can ship your luggage straight from the airport to your accommodation with Klook's luggage service!
  • It’s a hassle to travel with your luggage in tow, especially when your flight arrives early and you can’t check in to your accommodation yet. Not to mention that you’d tend to have a lot of excess baggage when travelling with family!
  • Here’s an idea: why not travel luggage-free with LuggAgent, a service which transports your luggage from the airport to your accommodation? This way, you can do some sightseeing right away and check in later!
  • All you have to do is to book on Klook and they will send you an email to get your details and let you know where to wait for the staff. Once you reach the airport (Narita or Haneda), they’ll be waiting at the drop-off zone gates at the airport and you can pass them your luggage. It’s super convenient!

See giant pandas and other animals at the Ueno Zoo (4-5h)

  • Take it easy on your first day in Tokyo and visit the Ueno Zoo!
  • For those arriving at Narita Airport, the Skyliner goes straight to Ueno, making it the perfect first stop in Tokyo.
  • Once you’ve arrived at Ueno Station, make your way to the Ueno Zoo, Japan’s oldest zoo which has been around since the 1880s.
  • From Keisei-Ueno Station, just take the exit which leads into Ueno Park and follow the signs for Ueno Zoo. The walk takes around 5-10 minutes.
  • Did you know that there are around 3000 animals (400 different species!) at Ueno Zoo?
  • The zoo is separated into East and West zones and the main entrance leads straight into the East zone.

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  • Meet RiRi, Shin Shin and Xiang Xiang, the Giant Pandas in Ueno Zoo! Known as the stars of the zoo, these pandas have been brought in from China for conservation efforts as they are in danger of extinction.
  • #HHWT Tip: The giant pandas spend most of their day resting so if you want to catch them in action, you have to come during feeding time which is at 11.30AM, 1PM and 3PM daily. Do note you’d have to start queuing at least 45 minutes before feeding time so you won’t miss the chance to get a glimpse of them.
  • There are 2 lanes for viewing the pandas and if you’re with children aged 12 and under, you’ll get access to the lane which is closer to the pandas.

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  • While you’re here, don’t miss out on the chance to see animals native to Japan too, such as the Japanese macaques (nihon-zaru) which are most commonly known as the snow monkeys.
  • These monkeys are known for their bright red face and their ability to withstand winter conditions!
  • The snow monkeys in Ueno Zoo were brought from Aomori prefecture in order to prevent them from being exterminated.
  • Besides giant pandas and snow monkeys, do check out other unique animals at Ueno Zoo like the okapi (zebra giraffe), aye-aye (lemurs which are native to Madagascar), the Galapagos tortoise and more. You can easily spend half a day here!

Rest areas at Ueno Zoo

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  • #HHWT Tip: If you need a break or looking for a spot to feed your kids, there are plenty of benches throughout the zoo. The zoo’s walkways are also really spacious so your kids are free to run around.

Family-friendly facilities:

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  • Baby care room: 4 - 1 in East zone, 3 in West zone. Diaper changing tables, nursing chairs and hot water are available.
  • Stroller rental service: 3 - East Garden Panda exhibit, Benten Gate and Ikenohata Gate, Fee: JPY500, for children aged 7 months to 4 years old.

Address: Ueno Zoo, 9-83, Ueno Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-8711, Japan

Opening hours: Tue-Sat; 9.30AM-5PM (closed on Mon)

Admission fee: JPY600 (adult), JPY200 (teenagers aged 13-15), JPY300 (seniors over 65), Free (children aged 12 and under)

Fuel up at Ayam-YA Okachimachi (1h)

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  • After a tiring day at the zoo, it’s time to refuel at Ayam-YA Okachimachi, one of the most popular halal ramen chains in Japan!
  • It’s located about a 15-minute walk from the main entrance of Ueno Zoo or you can take the JR line from JR Ueno Station to Okachimachi and walk for about 5 minutes.
  • The Spicy Tori Ramen Shio (salt-based) is JPY890 and has a super rich and flavourful broth! If you’re looking for a larger serving to share with your child, I’d recommend getting the large bowl which comes at no extra cost.
  • #HHWT Tip: There are non-spicy ramen if you or your kids can’t take spice.
  • Don’t forget to top up JPY100 for a soft-boiled egg and make sure you order their kaarage chicken (JPY380) too as it’s really yummy.

Halal status: Halal-certified (by Japan Halal Foundation)

Address: Ayam-YA Okachimachi, 4 Chome-10-1 Taito, Tokyo 110-0016, Japan

Opening hours: Open daily; 11.30AM-3.30PM, 5PM-9.30PM

Stroller-friendly: No but there’s an area to store it

Baby chair: Available

Stop by for prayers at Masjid Assalaam Okachimachi (30min)

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  • The best thing about dining at Ayam-YA is that it’s only a short walk away from Masjid Assalaam Okachimachi so you can conveniently do your prayers before or after your meal.
  • Though it might not look like your typical mosque back home and though the prayer area is pretty small, the mosque still holds congregational prayers.
  • It felt really amazing to be able to hear the azan in Tokyo and perform jemaah (congregational) prayers with Muslim locals and fellow travellers ❤️
  • P.S. Do note that the mosque does not have an elevator so you might want to keep your strollers on the first floor before heading up to pray.
  • #HHWT Tip: If your child needs some play time, there's a park near Ayam-YA and the mosque which is complete with a playground too.

Address: Masjid Assalam Okachimachi, 4 Chome-6-7 Taito, Taito City, Tokyo 110-0016, Japan

Day 2: Sensō-ji and Tokyo Skytree

Sensō-ji (2-3hrs)

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  • Sensō-ji a famous and one of the most photographed Tokyo's temples and take it slow at Asakusa, the cultural hub of Tokyo.
  • It is the oldest Buddhist temple in the capital, and the five-story pagoda, trails of incense and vast eaves will take you back to a Tokyo of time gone by.
  • It’ll definitely be an educational experience for your young ones as they observe the rituals that the locals perform in the temple.

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  • #HHWT Tip: There’ll be a lot of people at Sensō-ji and you’ll need to hold on to your kids. To avoid the crowd, do visit really early before the shops around Sensō-ji open!
  • It’s very crowded along Nakamise, the main road leading up to the temple so be sure to keep your kids close by! You can shop for souvenirs and stop for snacks along Nakamise (but have to eat at the back alley)

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  • Be sure to try the viral candied strawberries on skewer while you’re here!

Address: Sensō-ji, 2 Chome-3-1 Asakusa, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0032, Japan

Try ningyo-yaki (30min)

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  • While you’re here, try ningyo-yaki, one of the specialities in Asakusa!
  • Ningyo-yaki is a type of pastry made by putting sweet red bean paste inside castella which can be described as a sweet sponge cake.
  • It comes in a variety of different shapes and you can find the Kaminarimon Gate and the Five-Storied Pagoda-shaped ningyo-yaki here!

Price: 5 pieces for ¥500

Halal status: Vegetarian ingredients.

Address: Kimura Ningyōyaki, 2 Chome-3-1 Asakusa, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0032, Japan

Opening hours: 9.30am - 6pm (Daily)

Tokyo Skytree (1-2hr)

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  • At a 634m tall, The Tokyo Skytree is the tallest structure in Japan.
  • There is also a large shopping complex with an aquarium located at its base - Tokyo Solamachi.
  • Prior to your visit, you have to decide on the timing in advance when you purchase tickets.
  • #HHWT Tip: Check what time the sun sets and select the timing one hour before (because you’ll need to take into account the time for bag check and taking turns to board the lift to go up)

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  • Skip the queue and get your tickets on Klook as there was a long queue when we visited! You’ll have to exchange for physical tickets when you arrive.
  • Don’t worry about the queue as it’s much shorter than the queue to buy the tickets on the spot!
  • There is a prayer room at Tokyo Skytree ?

Sumida Aquarium (1hr)

  • Did you know that the Sumida Aquarium is in the same building as Tokyo Skytree too?
  • As both attractions open till late (9pm), it’ll be great if you’re looking for a night activity to do with your kids.
  • Sumida Aquarium has one of Japan’s biggest indoor open tanks and features marine life from Tokyo Bay. There are over 10,000 sea creatures here!
  • The main stars of the aquarium are the penguins and fur seals! With the open-air tanks, you can get really close to them.
  • Enjoy observing the penguins as they swam in the water and back up to the shore!
  • #HHWT Tip:To visit both the Tokyo Skytree and Sumida Aquarium, get the Tokyo Skytree & Sumida Aquarium Combo Ticket on Klook at a discounted price (this combo can be booked one week in advance from the date of visit).

Tokyo Solamachi (1hr)

  • If you’re in need of some retail therapy or looking for souvenirs to bring home, head over to Tokyo Solamachi, the shopping mall which is connected to Tokyo Skytree.
  • The 4th floor has a variety of shops like Nippon-Ichi selling Japan and Mt Fuji-themed souvenirs. Take your pick from handkerchiefs, fans, pouches and magnets to bring home!
  • Pokemon fans, you won’t want to miss the Pokemon Center! Snag some limited edition Pikachu merchandise like this one where Pikachu is hugging the Tokyo Skytree!

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  • Other must-visit shops include Sanrio, Harry Potter Store and Jump Shop.

Address: Tokyo Skytree, 1 Chome-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida City, Tokyo 131-0045, Japan

Opening hours: 10am - 9pm (Daily)

Dinner at AMARA Indian Restaurant (1hr)

  • For dinner, head over to AMARA Indian Restaurant where they offer halal and vegetarian-friendly dishes.
  • The earthenware pot-grilled chicken, kebabs, and freshly baked naan are very popular.

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: AMARA Indian Restaurant, 〒131-0045 Tokyo, Sumida City, Oshiage, 1 Chome−1−2, Japan

Opening hours: 11am-11pm (Daily)

Day 3: Tokyo Disneyland (Whole day)

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  • Tokyo Disneyland is a MUST when you’re in Tokyo with the kiddos!
  • We recommend getting your Tokyo Disneyland ticket on Klook to skip the queue and have a stress-free trip!
  • Be sure to download the official Tokyo Disney Resort app before your visit because you'll need it to enjoy the park fully.
  • We highly recommend getting your Tokyo Disneyland tickets on Klook to skip the queue and also to purchase in advance as tickets can run out during the busy seasons!

Things to know before your visit to Tokyo Disneyland

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  • If you're wondering what rides your kids can take, it depends on their height. Check out the attractions here. You can filter by height and even filter by rides with no spinning, and no scary characters!
  • #HHWT Tip: Most rides require you to park your stroller at the entrance so you may want to babywear your child if needed because the queue can be long.
  • Remember to pack snacks too because queueing is boring!
  • You can rent a cute Mickey stroller for 1000 yen at the park if you didn't bring one.
  • Some rides may require your child to be able to sit independently
  • Some kid-friendly rides we recommend: Pooh's Hunny Hunt, Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast, Jungle Cruise, Dumbo The Flying Elephant, Peter Pan's Flight, Castle Carousel, Alice’s Tea Party, It's A Small World and generally those in Toon Town.
  • As for the famous parades, there are some classic ones like the Electrical Parade and some seasonal ones like Disney Harmony In Colour for the park's 40th anniversary.

Ride strategy for the best time at Tokyo Disneyland

  • There is no more FASTPASS!
  • If you're planning to ride the ever-popular thrill rides then Premier Access is an excellent investment as the queues are always super long. Read more about the Premier at their website.

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  • We recommend queueing for Pooh's Hunny Hunt first because it's not available as a Premier Access and it's very popular. Alternatively, you can go straight to the queue for Beauty & the Beast (which might have less crowd at the start of the day)
  • If your kids can't stand waiting in line, we recommend purchasing the Premier Access for Beauty & the Beast and Baymax (both are kid-friendly!)
  • You can purchase the Premier Access tickets through the Tokyo Disney Resort app.

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Prayer room in Tokyo Disneyland

  • You can do your prayers in the Quiet Room, located outside the park. Remember to get a re-entry stamp!

Changing rooms in Tokyo Disneyland

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  • Changing rooms and nursing rooms are found around the park, so don’t worry!
  • All toilets (both male and female) have a changing area. (Psst… The male toilets tend to be less crowded ?)
  • There's a baby centre (a dining area to prepare infant's meals, changing area, toilets) where parents can catch a breather. It’s located in Tomorrowland and Toontown.
  • The baby centre sells infant formula, baby food, diapers, rain covers for the stroller and more!
  • We love the dining area where there's hot water, a microwave oven, ice water to cool baby bottles, a sink to wash bottles/utensils, high chairs with trays, and baby seats. Find out more about the baby centre here!
  • #HHWT Tip: Get a “My 1st Visit” sticker for your child from any cast member or a special sticker if it's his/her birthday!

Merch and souvenirs at Tokyo Disney parks

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  • The locals love dressing up when visiting the Tokyo Disney parks and you’re encouraged to do that as well!
  • Disney is famous for its merch and you have to get some Tokyo Disney special merch to bring home!
  • The main store sells most of the products but can be very crowded close to closing time so if you’re planning to shop, we recommend going early in the morning.
  • We recommend checking out the different stores around the park as the theme of the store is usually linked to the ride (eg. Pooh merchandise after Pooh Hunny Hunt).

Tips to maximize your time at Tokyo Disneyland

  • We recommend arriving early to the park (even before opening time!) so that you don’t have to pay for too many Premier Access if you’re planning to go on the popular rides.
  • As for leaving time, it depends on your kids’ energy levels as the parades and fireworks end around 8pm.
  • There may be a crowd leaving the park during closing time, but it moves fast and there’s no queue.

Enjoy a stress-free trip with our Tokyo Disneyland Guide: 10 Essential (And Muslim-Friendly!) Tips For An Amazing Adventure!

Dinner at Gyumon (1hr)

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  • It’s highly recommended that you make a reservation for dinner here as the restaurant is quite small.
  • There are three different sets available for dinner, ranging from 3,000 to 4,000 yen. All the sets include a drink, rice, salad and meat (there are options for beef + chicken!)

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: Gyumon, 3 Chome-14-5 Shibuya, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0002, Japan

Opening hours: 5pm - 11pm (Daily)

Day 4: teamLab Planets TOKYO and Lalaport Toyosu

teamLab Planets TOKYO (2hrs)

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  • More than just a museum, the teamLab Planets TOKYO takes visual art to a new height.
  • The genre-challenging digital art exhibition created by the world-famous digital-art group teamLab has been making waves around the world with their immersive exhibition.
  • You’ll explore the museum barefoot and would even wade through a room submerged up to the knees in water (don’t worry, you can stash your shoes and belongings in a free locker).
  • The concept of teamLab Planets TOKYO is to “Immerse your Body, and with Others, Become One with the World”, so prepare for all your five senses to be fully engaged! We love how the creators combined natural elements, technology and music for an incredible art experience. If you think this is just another Instagram-worthy exhibition, it's not!

Address: 6-1-16 Toyosu, Koto Ward, Tokyo.

Opening hours: 10 am – 10 pm (weekdays), 9am - 10m (weekends and holidays)

This exhibition is available until the end of 2023.

Shop at Lalaport Toyosu (2hrs)

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  • Only one stop away from teamLab Planets, Lalaport Toyosu is a must-visit as there are plenty of things to do for the kiddos and adults!
  • Visit KidZania Tokyo where your kids will have 90 jobs to choose from: fireman, ANA flight attendant, doctor, police officer, dancer, baker and more!
  • Do some research beforehand to see what jobs may interest your kids and go for those first!
  • For adults, check out Akachan Honpo which offers one of the widest selections of maternity and baby products in Japan. From strollers to toys to clothes, there’s everything here!
  • Other shops to check out here include UNIQLO (they have a wide selection of kids’ clothes!), MUJI and Tokyu Hands.

Address: Lalaport Toyosu, 2 Chome-4-9 Toyosu, Koto City, Tokyo 135-0061, Japan

Opening hours: 10am - 8pm (Daily)

Lunch at Sojibo (1h)

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  • After a fun morning, it’s time for lunch at Odaiba’s only halal-certified Japanese eatery: Sojibo!
  • #HHWT Tip: There’s a free shuttle bus (Tokyo Bay Shuttle Bus) which goes around Odaiba. It runs approx. every 20 minutes from 11.30AM to 7.30PM. Find out more about the route here (scroll down to the map and click English)
  • Sojibo is known for their soba and tempura sets which is really comforting especially if you’re visiting Tokyo in winter. There’s an option for cold soba too if you’re visiting in summer!
  • The eatery also serves chicken cutlet don which makes for a simple and yummy meal for the young ones!

Halal status: Halal-certified (by NPO Japan Halal Association)

Address: Sojibo, 6F, Diver City, 1-chōme-1-10 Aomi, Koto City, Tōkyō-to 135-0064

Opening hours: 11am - 11pm (Daily)

Stroller-friendly: Yes

Baby chair: Available

Shop at Harajuku (1hr)

  • Take a walk along the famous Takeshita Street (but it will be crowded!), there's a huge DAISO here for budget shopping.

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  • When in Tokyo, you can never get enough of shopping for character merchandise! One of the best places to go is Kiddy Land at Harajuku which has 5 floors worth of merchandise.
  • Disney, Marvel Comics, Star Wars, Rilakkuma, Lego, Totoro, Doraemon and more - you name it, they have it! Kiddy Land is truly a merchandise collector’s dream come true!
  • But perhaps the Snoopy Town on the basement floor deserves special mention as it’s a whole floor dedicated to Snoopy, Peanuts and friends.
  • Besides this IG-worthy backdrop, you can expect a whole array of Snoopy-themed merchandise from calendars and planners to tote bags, socks, mugs and more!
  • Optional: Escape from the bustle of the city for a bit and take a walk to Meiji Shrine, one of Japan's most important Shinto shrines, found deep within a dense forest.
  • Do note that if you're using a stroller, there is a gravel path leading to the towering wooden tori gates but there is a paved pathway on either side.

Shibuya (1 hr)

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  • To get both the view of the famous Shibuya Crossing and the Shibuya skyline, head up to Shibuya Scramble Square.
  • Check out our guide To Get Your Shot Of The Famous Shibuya Crossing!
  • Time your visit during sunset for a stunning view.
  • There are shopping opportunities here as well. Some stores to check out include Disney, Loft, UNIQLO, MUJI, Tokyu Hands and the iconic shopping mall Shibuya 109.

Day 5: Tokyo DisneySea (Whole day)

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  • Did you know that it's the only DisneySea in the world? Now that's a one-of-a-kind experience right there!
  • We recommend getting your Tokyo DisneySea ticket on Klook for a stress-free trip!
  • Besides waving at Mickey and Minnie, you'll also meet characters that are exclusive to DisneySea. There's Duffy (Mickey's stuffed bear) and his awesome friends - Stella Lou, ShellieMay, Gelatoni and the newest character to join the gang - LinaBell!
  • You must meet the Disney characters! For this, you have to use the app for Entry Requests or you may see them around the park if you’re lucky. You will be able to enter the venue if you have been assigned a time slot through the Entry Request, which is based on luck. However, some shows may have non-reserved seating available so you have to check. Read more about Entry Request here.
  • While DisneySea is short of a Disney castle, one of their popular landmarks is the Mysterious Island which has an 'active volcano' that stands over the visitors in the theme park.
  • This island is also where two of their well-loved attractions are located namely Journey To The Center Of The Earth and 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea.

What rides are suitable for kids?

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  • While there are fewer attractions that are suitable for younger and shorter kids in DisneySea, this is the one and only DisneySea in the world so it's a must-visit in our opinion!
  • Similar to Disneyland, there is a height restriction for the attractions.
  • Kid-friendly rides that we recommend: Venetian Gondolas, Aquatopia, Nemo & Friends Searider (but have to be above 90cm), Sindbad’s Storybook Voyage, Scuttle's Scooters, Caravan Carousel, Jasmine's Flying Carpets and almost all the rides in Mermaid Lagoon

Ride strategy in Tokyo DisneySea:

  • Similar to Tokyo Disneyland, we recommend getting the Premier Access pass where you can save time from queueing.
  • You can purchase Premier Access through the Tokyo Disneyland app.

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  • As it’s a popular ride, we recommend you go straight to Toy Story Mania (it’s available as a Premier Access) if you arrive early.
  • Do visit the Mermaid Lagoon after that for your kids to enjoy all the rides before the park gets more crowded.
  • DisneySea is a lot more spread out than Disneyland so you'll want to plan your itinerary in the park.

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  • As there are a lot more thrill rides, you might want to use Rider Switch so you and your partner can take turns without queueing again
  • The parades are on the water and the brand-new Believe! Sea of Dreams is now the key show. If you don't mind paying for Premier Access, we highly recommend this, especially if your kids are too young and restless to be queueing.
  • Alternatively, you can try to get a seat at less prime viewing areas but do bear in mind that locals grab their seats very early!

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Prayer room in Tokyo DisneySea

  • You can do your prayers in the Quiet Room, located outside the park. Remember to get a re-entry stamp

Changing rooms in Tokyo DisneySea

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  • There are baby changing rooms at Baby Center at the Mediterranean Harbor, Baby Care Room at Mermaid Lagoon (you’ll feel like you’re Under The Sea here!), Nursing Mother's room at the American Waterfront (right next to the Tower of Terror).

Tips to maximize your time at Tokyo DisneySea

  • We recommend arriving early to the park (even before opening time!) so that you don’t have to pay for too many Premier Access if you’re planning to go on the popular rides.
  • As for leaving time, it depends on your kids’ energy levels as the parades and fireworks end around 8pm.
  • There may be a crowd leaving the park during closing time, but it moves fast and there’s no queue.

Day 6: Yotsuya Tokyo Toy Museum and airport

Yotsuya Tokyo Toy Museum (1-2hrs)

  • Although called a museum, it's an interactive indoor playground for children of all ages (including babies!)
  • Housed inside a former elementary school building, the museum has a collection of over 10,000 toys from both Japan and around the world with a different theme on each floor.
  • Your kids would definitely enjoy this visit!
  • Do note that tickets have to be purchased in advance on their website.

Address: Yotsuya Tokyo Toy Museum, Japan, 160-0004 Tokyo, Shinjuku City, Yotsuya, 4 Chome−20

Opening hours: 10am - 4pm (Closed on Thursdays)

Airport transfer for ease of travelling back to the airport

  • Be sure to check Google Maps for the approximate travelling time because you need to indicate the time for pick-up.
  • If you're travelling to Narita Airport, the travelling time is longer as compared to Haneda Airport
  • Alternatively, you can take the Keisei Skyliner to Narita Airport (which is much faster!)

Halal food at Narita Airport

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  • Hungry before your flight? Don’t worry as you can find halal food at the airport!
  • Check out homemade udon noodles Kineyamugimaru (T1) or La Toque (T2) or Sojibou (T2) for halal food.
  • Besides the yummy broth and crispy tempura at Kineyamugimaru, what’s good about it is its ample seating areas and even seats overlooking the runway. This is definitely something to get your kids excited!
  • #HHWT Tip: After immigration, not all the stores are fully operating so if you arrive early, you might want to shop before passport control.
  • Check out our Muslim Traveller’s Essential Guide To Tokyo’s Narita International Airport.

Halal status: Halal ingredients used

Address: Kineyamugimaru, 5F, Narita Airport Terminal 1 Sky Food Court

Opening hours: 7.30am - 9pm

With that, you have just conquered 6D5N in Tokyo with your family! With so many kid-friendly and interactive activities in Tokyo, the city makes a perfect destination for a family vacay. Even when you’re crossing those bucket list-worthy attractions off your list, you don’t have to worry about doing it with kids in tow as there are family-friendly facilities almost everywhere. Not to mention that halal food options and prayer spaces are easily within reach too. To make your trip smooth, why not get the Klook Tokyo Pass where you can visit Tokyo’s top attractions and save up to 48%! Rest assured your Tokyo vacation with the family will start and end on a good note!

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