Facilities and services for children
The location of each facility is also indicated on the Guidemap, so you can refer to it as well.
Baby Room (Nursing room)
Baby Rooms are equipped with baby seats (diaper-changing tables) and private rooms for breast-feeding.
*While baby rooms can also be used by men, the use of the nursing rooms is limited to women only.
|Baby Room utilities||Hot water for making milk, baby seats, baby scales and more|
Loaning of baby strollers
Those wishing to borrow baby strollers may take them freely at the following loaning points. Strollers are provided free of charge.
*Please note that the number of strollers provided is limited and none may be available at certain times. Also, strollers may not be reserved in advance.
Guests coming from Ikebukuro Station
Guests coming from Higashi Ikebukuro Station
Baby seats (diaper-changing table) and baby stands
Baby seats (diaper-changing tables) are available all women's restrooms and baby stands are available in all men's and women's restrooms throughout the building. Baby beds and baby stands are also available in the barrier-free restrooms. For the exact location of restrooms, please refer to the Guidemap.
*Baby seats (diaper-changing tables) are also installed in the B1 basement of the Bunka Kaikan Building (near the Nitori store) and in front of the restrooms on the 4F of the World Import Mart Building.
Each service in the Observatory / Aquarium
The following services are available at the Observatory / Aquarium.
|Baby stands||Inside the Observatory / Aquarium|
|Nursing room||Inside the Aquarium's Baby Room|
|Hot water for making milk||Inside the Aquarium's Baby Room
*Please ask the staff
Kids' Play Area
A playing area, where children can enjoy puzzle-themed games and play with their friends, is located in the hallway
Courtesy parking spaces
"Courtesy" preferential parking spaces are parking spaces reserved for people who find it difficult to walk, like the elderly, pregnant women, adults with small children, the injured and those with physical disabilities.