A guide to touring Tokyo Chuo City

A guide to touring Tokyo Chuo City

There are a number of places in Chuo City that children can enjoy, including an array of family spots that offer fun and exciting experiences for both children and adults.

  • METoA Ginza
  • METoA Ginza

    METoA Ginza

    METoA Ginza

  • METoA Ginza
  • METoA Ginza is a themed facility where you can experience the cutting-edge technology of Mitsubishi Electric free of charge. Themes are changed every three to four months with various events that are convened regularly. The image experience using the huge wall-sized screen, along with attractions utilizing various forms of digital content, are exciting for adults as well as children. There is also a café on the first floor.
  • HAKUHINKAN TOY PARK Ginza Shop
  • HAKUHINKAN TOY PARK Ginza Shop

    HAKUHINKAN TOY PARK Ginza Shop

    HAKUHINKAN TOY PARK Ginza Shop

  • HAKUHINKAN TOY PARK Ginza Shop
  • HAKUHINKAN TOY PARK Ginza Shop is a toy store with over 200,000 items. And features various displays where visitors can actually touch and play with toys of their choice. The fourth floor also features a 36 m-long model car racing park where you can run cars at 1:32 scale (200 yen for 5 minutes). With so much to do, both children and adults will love it.
  • Pokémon Center TOKYO DX
  • Pokémon Center TOKYO DX

    Pokémon Center TOKYO DX

    Pokémon Center TOKYO DX

  • Pokémon Center
    TOKYO DX
  • Pokémon Center Tokyo DX is an official shop of the internationally popular animation and video game series "Pokémon" and is the largest of several Pokémon Centers. There are rows of limited-offer items that are only available here, such as the stuffed Firefighter Pikachu. The touch-panel Pokédex, which is available in nine languages, is also a must try.
  • Police Museum
  • Police Museum

    Police Museum

    Police Museum

  • Police Museum
  • The Police Museum is a museum where you can see, learn, and experience the history of the Japanese police from its birth to the present, as well as the activities of the police. Very popular is the "Omawarisan narikiri taiken" (become a police officer experience) where children can wear the uniforms of police officers or traffic officers and take photos on a police motorcycle that was used in actual service. There are also various simulated experiences, such as fingerprinting and working at a police box.
  • Address
    3-5-1, Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Direction
    2-minute walk from the Ginza Line, Kyobashi Sta. Exit 2
    4-minute walk from the Yurakucho Line, Ginza-itchome Sta. Exit 7
    5-minute walk from the Toei Asakusa Line, Takaracho Sta. Exit A4
    7-minute walk from the JR Yurakucho Sta., Kyobashi Exit
    Hours
    9:30~17:00
    Day Off
    Monday (or the following day if Monday is a holiday), year-end and new year holidays
    Fee
    Free
    Contact
    03-3581-4321(main)
    03-3581-4321(main)
    Web Site
    https://www.keishicho.metro.tokyo.jp/
  • Time Dome Akashi (Chuo Historical Museum / Planetarium)
  • Time Dome Akashi (Chuo Historical Museum / Planetarium)

    Time Dome Akashi (Chuo Historical Museum / Planetarium)

    Time Dome Akashi (Chuo Historical Museum / Planetarium)

  • Time Dome Akashi
    (Chuo Historical Museum / Planetarium)
  • Time Dome Akashi is a facility comprised of a planetarium, a permanent exhibition room, and a number of other interesting attractions. Equipped with a laser projector and a high-performance sound system, you can experience a vivid starry sky in the planetarium's whole-sky type screen while listening to a special live explanation. There are diverse programs and healing planetarium programs like aromatherapy and yoga that are conducted on Fridays.
  • Growth Link Kachidoki (Play Hall)
  • Growth Link Kachidoki (Play Hall)

    Growth Link Kachidoki (Play Hall)

    Growth Link Kachidoki (Play Hall)

  • Growth Link Kachidoki
    (Play Hall)
  • Play Hall is an indoor park with a giant jungle gym made of rope. As tall as a three-story building, the many ways of enjoying the facility, including climbing, passing through tunnels, and sliding down spiral slides, are infinite. Parents and children can have their fill of playing even on rainy days. There are also many toys available, such as Legos and toys for playing house.

Introduction of local specialty shops in Chuo City—you can experience foods and items collected from around Japan.

Introduction of local specialty shops in Chuo City—you can experience foods and items collected from around Japan.