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Good Baby Friendly Sights and Restaurants in Tokyo

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We'll be travelling with our 19mo to Tokyo next week. Whilst hubby and I have both been to Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka on 3 occasions previously, it was before we had a little one so we did not look at the baby-friendly aspects of things. We love eating and think that places like Sushi Bun in Tsukiji, Kyushu Jangara, Ichiran and the izakayas on Yakitori St would no longer be feasible with a toddler in tow, as we remember those places being quite small and there were no baby chairs. Our toddler is also very active so we are planning some days out at the parks.

Any recommendations on baby-friendly sights (suitable for a toddler; most we found online were for older kids) and also good places to eat? We've found some online but noted that most of them did not have fantastic ratings on food (and we prefer Japanese food only, seeing as we are in Japan!).

Thanks in advance!

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