Children’s Castle is a comprehensive children’s center conceived and built by the then Ministry of Health and Welfare to commemorate the International Year of the Child in 1979.
The symbolic monument “Children’s Tree” by the artist Taro Okamoto was installed in front of the main entrance.
The center offers daily play programs arranged according to the age of the children, such as music, art, video, and sports.
In addition to the children’s playground, two other theaters, the Aoyama Theater and the Aoyama Round Theater, childcare facilities, a hotel and restaurants will also be developed.
(Kodomo no Shiro)
|business hours||12:30-17:30 (10:00 on Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays)|
|business holiday||Monday (If Monday is a national holiday, the following day will be closed.)|
Varies depending on the time of year, etc.
|fee||Adults 500 yen, 3-17 year olds 400 yen|
Various discounts are available.
|residence||5-53-1 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo|
About 10 minutes walk from East Exit of JR Shibuya Station.
Tokyo Metro Omotesando Station, 8 minutes walk from B2 Exit.