First Trial Kid-O-Kid


I’ve been curious with this place since we moved to Japan a year ago. Turned out Musa tried this indoor play area when we didn’t plan it. I think by applying the fee formation they’re having now, they target the visitor with little kids to pick “one day pass” plan.

1100 yen for the first 30 minutes (600 yen for kid and 500 yen for adult or kid’s caregiver) VS

1700 yen for all day playing (1 adult and 1 kid)

Which one are you going to choose?

 

Borneuland Kid-O-Kid キドキド - Balance Disc バランス

Balance disc? As written, it’s purposed for 6 years up, but I couldn’t stop Musa for joining the boy behind him to ride while his mom turned it round (I just watched them :P)

Borneuland Kid-O-Kid キドキド - Balance Disc バランス

He’s a little bit afraid

Borneuland Kid-O-Kid キドキド - Soft Block ソフトブロック

Having fun with the soft blocks!

Borneuland Kid-O-Kid キドキド - Soft Block ソフトブロック

The blocks are build-able too, but he hasn’t got interest but for climbing

Borneuland Kid-O-Kid キドキド - Soft Block ソフトブロック

Donut? Doughnut?

Borneuland Kid-O-Kid キドキド - Soft Block ソフトブロック

That inflatable area is also not for kids under 3

Borneuland Kid-O-Kid キドキド - Mini World

He never played with a doll house before this. Haha..

Borneuland Kid-O-Kid キドキド - Train railway set 記者

Love wooden toys, esp. Germany products

Borneuland Kid-O-Kid キドキド - Car set 車

Felt like home

Borneuland Kid-O-Kid キドキド - Ball Pool ボールプール

I expected for blue balls, but it was orange balls day

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