Huis Ten Boch is far from the usual theme parks you will find in Japan. It is one of the major theme parks in Kyushu district that recreates European towns complete with buildings, bridges, and even vehicles.
Huis Ten Bosch means House in the Forest. It was opened in 1992 after 5 years of construction dedicated to the the historical links between Japan and Holland in Nagasaki and Hirado Island.
The resort is divided into two areas; the Theme Park Zone and the Harbor Zone.
The Theme Park Zone is where the Dutch old town was reproduced. It includes a modern 3D theater, a haunted house, ferris wheel and an observation deck while the Harbor Zone's attraction includes a theater and a replica of the Palace Huis Ten Bosch which also houses an art museum.
There are also several hotels with a European theme located around the park for those visitors who want to enjoy the park for more than a day.
Along the walk way, restaurants and shops can also be found as well as a garden that contain 300,000 flowers and 400,000 trees.
Huis Ten Bosch can be reached by a 20 minute walk from Huis Ten Bosch Station.
Opening hours of Hui Ten Bosch may vary, see their webiste for details but typically it opens 9:00 to 22:00.
It has no closing days.
Admission fee for the park only is 4000 Yen and 6500 Yen for unlimited entry to attractions.
If you want to choose that attraction that you want, specific attraction typicall cost 300 to 1000 yen.
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