Edo Wonderland Nikko Edomura, Nikko
Edo Wonderland Nikko Edomura, Nikko - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Japan, 〒321-2524 Tochigi Prefecture, Nikko, Karakura, 470−2
Ticket Price: 4700 JPY
Time Required: 08:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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About Edo Wonderland Nikko Edomura, Nikko
Exploring Japan or Nikko for that matter, you are bound to question what exactly was this Edo Period, that Nikko is all about! The Edo Wonderland Nikko Edomura will quench your curiosity!
Depicting the history of Nikko, the Edo Edo Wonderland Nikko Edomura features all the quintessential Japanese characteristics. From geisha draped in kimonos, to samurais jumping from rooftops, complete with their trademark topknots, you will find it all here! Here you can also indulge in the very scrumptious Edo cuisine. Try your hand at the predominant occupations of the Edo era, dress like a character from then and so on. All this and more is sure to transform you into one Edo character.
Full of dining, amusements and events The Edo Wonderland Nikko Edomura will keep you entertained for the day!
Edo Wonderland Nikko Edomura Ticket Prices
- Children from 6-12 years of age: 2,400yen
- Children 5 years old and under enter free of charge.
- Afternoon Pass from 14:00, or 13:00 in the winter season: 4,100yen for adults and 2,100yen for children.
- For more ticket information for Discounts for People with Disabilities, Seniors Discounts and Parking Charges refer official website.
Edo Wonderland Nikko Edomura Opening and Closing Hours
- Last entry is one hour before closing time.
- Open on all Japanese public holidays; refer official website for exact dates.
- Closed during winter maintenance period for 14 days – 8th December to 21st December.
How To reach Edo Wonderland Nikko Edomura by Public Transport
- Board the bus for Nikko Edomura at stop 3 at the Kinugawa-Onsen Station Bus Rotary from Kinugawa-Onsen Station.
- Free bus services from Fujiya Kanko Center (Nikko Tosho-gu Mae) to Nikko Edomura.
- For more information on bus timetable, refer official website.
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Edo Wonderland Nikko Edomura, Nikko Reviews - Write a Review
Interesting place. All the buildings and staff look fairly authentic to period they're emulating. It's a little like waking around in a video game. Probably not the most exciting theme park, but if you're into this stuff you'll be happy enough. Also lots of amazing snacks etc in the gift shops.
I was there toward the end of the day on a slow day, but everyone still did their best to make sure the guests had a good time. It wasn't a very big place, but it was worth the trip. The staff has a cc great sense of humor, too.
Parc is very unique to visit ! The situation in the Mike of mountains is beautiful, especially in autumn. It is possible to speak English with the staff, and some texts are written in English. But the shows are in Japanese only. Caution if you are caucasian type, they spot you in the crowd of the shows and sometimes actors make you go on stage to be part of the spectacle ! One day is good enough to see all the places and try all the activities.
This is a cool theme park with an Edo theme. There are lots of activities for young kids and some interesting things for adults as well, like the ninja maze (it's actually quite big) and the sloped house. One thing I would say is, to get the full experience definitely be prepared to dress up in a costume when you get here. You don't have to bring it, you rent on site and their setup is really quite elaborate. You can choose from a lot of different types of costumes and stay dressed up for hours (and carry a metal sword). The costumes are comfortable too but be prepared to be stripped to your underwear by the ladies dressing you. 😁 You are dressed entirely in the costume so you do not have to worry about what you have under it or what you were wearing when you got there. Also the costumes are not cheap - ¥3000 for a low end (around $30 USD) and ¥9000 or more for a high end. But it is totally worth it. 4 out of 5 stars mainly because the food wasn't great and most of the activities required extra money and were very child oriented. The thing you do here is dress up in period clothing and enjoy the setting.
Was a great all day experience. Great for kids, because they can dress up as ninjas or wear kimonos. I do not have kids, but I believe there is a ninja school for the kids as well. There are plenty of shows and attractions to keep one entertained for many hours. However, the shows are in Japanese, so brush up before you go or you will not fully understand what is going on (like I did). I think we were here from 10am to 5pm, so I think overall a good value. Costume rentals are a bit steep in my opinion. Food options are limited and reasonable/slightly expensive. We went when there were still some cherry blossoms, so the scenery was beautiful!