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You can learn a surprising amount about another culture (and your own) through toys. Here you can see countless toys from various eras of Japan, and play with a few of them (the kendama is quite challenging!). Seeing the old Power Rangers toys brought back...More
Great collection of toys from many era and places up to the present. I especially liked the headphones where you can select from dozens of traditonal Japanese kids folk songs. Half price if you show your passport.
All the toys that you have ever played is probably in this place. Anything from the paper dolls, niku man, gegege, the original nintendo family block, yoyo etct
This place will hit all your childhood memory spots all in one go. They also have workshop...More