Arima Toys and Automata Museum, Kobe

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  • What about a toy museum? There is a museum in the tourist area of the spa! He is on the street into the face, good easy to find, into a few layers, there are many different kinds of toys exhibits!
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  • Toys Museum located in Arima Onsen. Good sense of Western toys, toys with the warm wood, adults can enjoy. It is enters the entrance fees are worth institutions. I think just to stop bored kids spa town.
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  • It was pity that little admission that, while small, may compensate for it much fun so far. First in elevator four floors onshore. Format to watch while on the stairs going down from there, so leg is crippled and may be inconvenient. Time's up, each guide is it of explain. If Guide I of robot description description time but not both, so okay, but encounters a time guide and it's description, we recommend. Unusual smoke doll, can demonstrate. However, this guide is it expensive admission fees from there description it's something I feel that I doubt. And if not even thrown in the video because it cost me money if I don't.... Get on the floor down the floor and toys made in Germany, such as on the floor. Kids are crazy in here. Thanks to the floor below it Sarah! as I didn't see. It looks crazy. Not enough time. I think adults and with Board games and fun. Check the small children take top picks is, or what a toy buys good or do you think it is. And because age was up out of Cuba Lo became addicted, but I wish I. You can buy things like in toy sales, so. It is very recommended for admission if I not I.
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  • Really nice place to take the family. They got loads of antique toys and even a large interactive section. Lady working there was really nice and showed us how many of them worked personally. Worth the visit of you're already in town.
  • Great for grownups ad children. The shop is also very interesting
  • The way toys are collected and presented here should be appreciated! The every-half-hour activities in each floor is also a must to attend. I love the concept the staff presented about those hand-made automate toys - simple architect and clever idea makes simply fun!
  • Nth specially,. We went there on Tuesday, no visitor, supposed to have a show at certain time, but end up no one showed up and no notice whatsoever.
  • fun to see all of the toyd,more fun to get to play with some.

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