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Japanese cultural theme park, showcasing traditional Edo period culture (1603 - 1868), set in the mountains of Nikko. Popular attractions include, Ninja show, Oiran parade, Samurai sword experience, Traditional archery experience, dressing as up as...more
All reviews theme park ninja house haunted house period costume yakitori ninja star live action samurai training a lot of fun free shuttle language barrier street performers rent costumes live shows kinugawa onsen we spent hours great for kids
Visited on a very cold Saturday in January (bonus: no people at all there). And we were dressed appropriately so weather was not an issue. But be prepared, the place is in the mountains so it is rather cold there. They have a ninja maze,...More
You get to see how Japan looked in the Edo period and staff dress in period outfits. There are a number of places to eat and you can catch a free shuttle from Nikko JR Station. Realize that this is a theme park so it...More
Coming from tokyo , if you miss the free bus in tobu nikko. Youre in big trouble unless youll be coming from kawagoe otherwise it is such a pain to move further north just to ride a bus to this place. Dont try the walking...More
I throughly enjoyed myself, partly because it was not crowded. I could properly enjoy all the activities and performance! I'm glad we went there. It was really educational too as I learnt all about Ninjas and their lives. Highly recommended to visit!
This place is a lot more beautiful than how I imagined even the surrounding areas are beautiful too. The location is easy to reach by bus from Kinugawa Onsen Station. The bus here doesn't accept suica and pasmo so bring some change. I really love...More
We had so much fun here, and we learned a lot. The kids of all ages (baby through teenagers) loved it. There were many experiences, similar to what you'd find at a place like the Polynesian Cultural Center in Hawaii, except all Japanese. Our group...More
This is a theme park covering the era following the establishment of the Tokugawa Shogunate in 1603. The shops and restaurants are all Edo themed to the period, which appears to be focussed on the 17th-18th centuries. There is a ninja show, which basically consists...More
Am planning to travel to Tokyo and i will stay in Japan for 12 days, i will arrive in Osaka for 3 days during my stay i will go one day to kyoto and 2 days staying city osaka
Then i will take...More
We went with a small group of family and had a lot of fun. The shows are great although as foreigners we lacked understanding the depth of the play due to us not understanding Japanese. There are some great attractions but the food stalls are...More
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One day is sufficient. Homestays are not so common in Japan but there are many hotels around this area. When we finished at the park, we picked up a taxi to take us to our accommodation. There’s a bus service too but it is... More
One day is sufficient. Homestays are not so common in Japan but there are many hotels around this area. When we finished at the park, we picked up a taxi to take us to our accommodation. There’s a bus service too but it is less frequent during weekdays.