Kids Plaza Osaka

Delights and discoveries that are amazing! A hands-on museum for children

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Kids Plaza Osaka is in the center of Osaka, next to Ogimachi Station, just one stop away from Umeda by subway. It’s a place for the whole family. There are various workshops and exhibits on display that even adults would love to try.
Business Hours
Saturday ( 9:30 AM ~ 7:0 PM )
Sunday ( 9:30 AM ~ 7:0 PM )
Weekdays ( 9:30 AM ~ 5:0 AM )

[close] The second and thrid Monday of each month.The fourth Monday in August.New Year holidays: 12/28-1/2 (if a Monday is a national holiday, then the next day)
キッズプラザ大阪,2-1-7 Ogimachi Kita-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka
(06) 6311-6601

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A museum for kids who can play and learn

Kids Plaza Osaka is the first museum in Japan for “hands-on” children. There are plenty of displays for them to learn while playing and workshops where they can try out various things. In addition, there is a nursing room and a milk bar within the facilities, and for some of the washrooms, there are diaper-changing spaces and baby showers. There are also free rental baby carriages so you can bring your baby securely and enjoy yourselves. There are no restaurant facilities within the museum but there is a rest area where you can eat any lunch you have brought and enjoy a full day.

Plenty of displays and workshops that even adults want to try out

The musueum has the Welcome floor (1st), the Creativity floor (3rd), the Adventure floor (4th) and the Discovery floor (5th). With 15 spots, the entire family can enjoy trying out many things. The Creativity floor is full of programs to realize the fun of making things. Things such as the computer workshops where you can produce animation, etc. on personal computers are popular. And then, on the Adventure floor, kids can play while getting a close-up on real-life experiences. They can try out various jobs such as delivering mail as employees of the post office or punching a cash register. Also going from the 4th to 5th floors, you can check out the athletic Kids Town. The town of all curves was designed by Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. Climbing up the walls and going down the slide, you can play to your hearts’ content. On the Discovery floor, there are plenty of areas where kids can learn about nature, science, society and culture while having fun. There are many thrilling displays such as the Wai Wai studio where they can experience the world of broadcasting and video, and the Soap Bubble Supreme area. Please consult our homepage before coming out since the programs in every area will change depending on the day.

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