Finding daycare options for babies in Tokyo can be a difficult task, especially if both parents don’t work full-time and therefore don’t qualify for the government-supported programs. But a new, flexible service offers professional childcare for infants aged three to 12 months. It’s the perfect option for new parents who work part-time, or even for those who just want a bit of “me” time.
TELL’s annual “Sound Mind, Sound Body” charity walk and runathon is just around the corner, and this year Savvy will be there! Join us for a walk or run in support of a great cause, and get a free Savvy t-shirt to wear during the event and to keep when it’s over!
Having two small children that sometimes wake up ridiculously early, my husband and I are often on the lookout for somewhere to eat breakfast. Not a civilized brunch at 11 a.m., but an early breakfast. When we arrived in Tokyo it quickly became apparent that it’s not an early rising city, and it can be a challenge to find somewhere to get a coffee and Western style breakfast before 10 a.m. Luckily we found out about the delicious and child-friendly Ivy Place, which is now one of our favorite places to visit on the weekend.