Tokyo can be confusing for the visitor. Especially for parents with children in a stroller. Getting around the city using the subway and trains, finding the best places to go, and figuring out which restaurants have high-chairs and what to order that your children will eat can be overwhelming.
“Traveling to Tokyo with Toddlers” gives traveling parents an easy way to get the most out of their visit. Leveraging feedback from the Bebevoyage community of traveling parents with infants and toddlers, author Wisterian Watertree has created a resource guide that helps parents navigate the Japanese capital with their children and a minimum of hassle. The book gives a long list of easy to use tips for visitors to Tokyo. Tips on where to stay, where to eat (and more important, what not to eat!) and how to navigate the subway and train systems and the confusing labyrinths of streets in the different parts of the vast Japanese capital with a stroller are collected in an easily accessible format.
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Wisterian Watertree lives in Tokyo with his wife and their triplets, who love to see everything Tokyo has to offer. And to travel the world when they can afford it, but there is so much to do in Tokyo that they never really get the chance.