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EDO WONDERLAND 日光江戸村, Nikko

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Delve deep into Japanese history at EDO WONDERLAND 日光江戸村, a theme park bringing to life of one the nation's most important historical eras. Dedicated to the Edo period (1603-1868), this expansive park recreates daily with the help of a host of actors in traditional costume. Stroll down the replica main street lined with period wooden buildings and shops, from farmers' cottages to the homes of the legendary samurai. Stop in at an Oiran or Ninja show for a look at classical theater performances, or try your hand at archery. You'll find all sorts of activity going on at the park throughout the day, so be sure to check the website for information regarding upcoming special events and performances. EDO WONDERLAND 日光江戸村 is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Nikko Edition.
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  • What a good place to visit. Lots of things and places to see. Shows are free. I enjoyed the ninja and the water magic shows. The food is good. The atmosphere is awesome taking you back to old Japan. A...  more »
  • Is the recently revamped theme park? It seems that is being initialized. What 10 years ago was the last very boring to me. What a fun and must watch torture room of the Edo period? "Oh... Awn Nyan Ah... Ah jam" was very surreal atmosphere. Ninja House with some trick art, children also seemed happy there. Also at that time the country, pushy Lady Barker, including Shuriken game of darts (charges apply). "Please do it! "And captures the arms. I had a very bad memory remains even now. Di pushy touts. So newspapers shakedown-like. Japan's good old days? I guess I would have been still alive and well and renewal were tourists, I wonder what happens if I thought someone had to reform. Speaking of sunshine I'd never go personally to the Edo period villages. It is something commercial anymore, but I want to keep it up.
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  • Costume is fun and the score is ready heattech tights, but look at the fancy dress Cairo, 12 month clothes cold is much better seasons. Opened after a long absence from work because they lecture, I too far glue was not good as a... who had. More welcome! I was going to feel so little anticlimactic (laughs) sometimes expect too much or too? Ninja show is a very cool action is nice and worth seeing is a mysterious Ninja House also feeling sick and it was Hella fun. A bird shop ramen shop, price is relatively easy, and delicious. Many working at the facility who suffer from hair done at hair was like the old is good. Oiran relaxing near the wild wind's "benevolence" ravished'm not enjoyed during the Edo period. And fun happenings, or Idoma battle walking and the tradesman in the voices, to be more fun without the cold feel. So come a lot of tour buses very crowded most mornings from come Park is recommended.
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  • Worth spending some time here, particularly if you're with a Japanese speaker who can make it far more accessible. We spent half a day here and probably could have done 6 hours if we were to catch every single thing on offer. The set performances were good but the street performers were far more interesting; particularly we loved the wandering Samurai and his "snake oil" (or Toad oil as you'd say in Japanese) show.
  • Great place to spend the day. Many small shows and demonstrations throughout the day. Some are repeated for convenience. Many good food choices and prices are what you expect to pay inside a theme park. Highly recommended.
  • not bad at all to stop by if you come to Nikko , not many things to do but just its village layout and construction itself are very nice and interesting .. also many spot fir a great selfie
  • Had a great time during my visit here. Interesting theme, it's like transported to Edo period. However, the shows are all in Japanese and some are hard to follow if you don't speak any Japanese. Recommended for side trip from Nikko and surrounding areas.
  • Rather big theme park with people and buildings from the Edo era. Especially fun if you have kids to bring along. While descriptions are also in English people can't speak English.