We enjoyed our time at the Core Mall so much that we came back to spend some more time here. Inside the Core Mall on the 7th floor, there is a special area for kids to play called Kidsburgh. This ocean themed indoor play center has lots of carousels, slides, obstacle courses, two ball pits and an activity center.
The facility was very well maintained, with many attendants watching to make sure all of the children were safe. Prior to entering, attendants make sure no one entering has a fever. They also watch to make sure everyone sanitizes their hands before entry.
We spent some time in the activity room where our son could play with various learning activities.
Our son loved Kidsburgh so much! He could not stop running around and smiling. He wanted to go on the carousel over and over again.
My wife and I had to take turns sliding down the big slide with him.
The whole time we were here, our son was smiling and laughing non-stop.
Elsewhere in the mall, there are activities for older kids where they can pretend to have adult jobs. There is a laser tag center and also an escape room.
We enjoyed dinner at Yayoi, a tasty Japanese restaurant. Once you are seated, you order food off a digital menu on an iPad and then the waiters bring your food.
The digital menu lets you know the status of your food and will let you know when it’s ready. I enjoyed the Japanese beef and my wife enjoyed the hamburger steak with mushrooms. We had a size of karaage chicken. Everything tasted great.
The next day, we headed back to Tokyo, Japan to spend one night in Narita before flying back home.