My children have gone to a dentist to have a check-up every four months since they were one and a half. There are many toys in the kid's space here and kids are not bored while waiting. My kids get used to being on the examination chair by themselves, and they have never cried in the dentist. After the check-up and fluoride treatment, the dentist gave them some snack as a reward. Those snack made with 100% of xylitol sweeteners instead of sugar. Good for teeth!
It was the third time we visited this zoo, but the first time to visit in winter. It was the pretty cold day, but due to a national holiday, there were many people visited. As usual, we enjoyed a feeding event at Indian Elephants area near the entrance.
At Paka-Paka field, we can feed horsbes. I tried telling my kids that horses didn’t bite them, but they were a little afraid and couldn’t be close to it. They were trying to reach and so was it.
At the petting area, there were dogs, rabbits, lizards, and even snails. We were freely able to touch all of them. Nerveless to say, my kids couldn’t touch a snail, but snails were very popular and many people crowded around it.
We visited Kodomono-shiro in Shibuya for the first time last weekend. This National children’s facility charges the entrance fee for an adult 500yen and children over 3-year-old 400yen, but it is worth paying because there are not only play ground equipments but they also offer children many interactive activities and events.
First, we went to the top floor. They enjoy riding a bicycle.
This is a hand-bike. I had never seen this ride.
Are they stilts?
There is a music hall and children can play the xylophone, a drum, and the piano.
She is trying to make Sumo wrestlers with colored paper.
The Waku Waku Land was the most exciting place for my kids and they played here for almost three hours.
We had an enjoyable time here and want to visit again. However, to be regret, this children facility is going to be closed in March 2015 because the building is getting old.