Huis Ten Bosch, Sasebo

Transport yourself to one of Europe's most famous locales at Huis Ten Bosch, an expansive theme park replicating the look and feel of the Netherlands. Wander among life-size buildings designed in the classic style of the Netherlands, laid out along iconic canals and punctuated by famous Dutch landmarks. The park's entertainment options include a haunted house, a Ferris wheel, and a theater. Be sure to check the official website for information about upcoming events, performances, and flower festivals. Put Huis Ten Bosch and other Sasebo attractions into our Sasebo journey planning tool , and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • I visited on the trip. Girls or couples!? Aesthetics, instant landscapes and buildings only in the women's is very good. Older guys have 1-2 hours is reasonable? Free people came into the restaurant eats sausages, drinking beer. It was, this beer is very expensive. Shop for bringing in bringing 500 yen and it was. You can buy train station, we ate at a famous cheese shop I bought souvenirs, classic cheesecake is. And stores just ¥ 5,000 or more when purchased 500 yen flat throughout to ship, purchased here. Haunted House eventually waiting time was abandoned despite the weekdays because it's graduation season, popular attractions such as the VR 120 minutes in the city but stay four hours because there was no bungee and merry-go-round, what hospital, Defeat the zombie guy just went. It is interesting in its own way. Haze are a couple of early, seeing uncool is to use VR system by the way, not wearing masks 50 yen. The night parade groups was not signifiant is sorry. I think here is in the 3 o'clock, the pattern still stay up at night and staying in a hotel in the neighborhood?.
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  • Illumination purposes, so went from the first afternoon. It was good because I get tired and go from the morning and was receiving advice to local residents. With beautiful than you think, I was impressed.
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  • I don't think is worth it to the entrance fee is very high. Restaurants and cafés, is not good.
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  • Huis Ten Bosch is a pretty nice day out, but don't have too high expectations. The park is very nice and had a semi authentic feel of Holland. There are limited activities, some interesting and unusual. The main attraction is the nighttime illumination which is enjoyable, but not spectacular. Overall, its worth a one off visit if you're in the vicinity. The park Hotel is definitely buggy recommended.
  • I don’t think the day pass is worth it. It’s best to get an annual pass. The lines can be long for several attractions, so I usually pick a few things to do each visit and enjoy my time walking around. My favorite is the Masquerade Ball and the free entertainment available. You can also try a ropes course, ziplining (shooting star), and more. I just found out that the canal cruise is also free before sunset. I don’t think food is too overpriced like the theme parks in the US. I went to Aura by the Henna Hotel which offers a lunch buffet for a little under ¥2000. The park is accessible by train which makes this place not too far for a short trip from Nagasaki, and it’s really close to Sasebo.
  • Price equivalent to Disneyland or Disneysea. But more relaxed, slow paced. Not much rides. More to VR simulation rides. The tulip flowers are stunning and too gorgeous. Very similar to Amsterdam.
  • There's not much to do during daytime although the tulip field is very lovely. However, this place is best visit at night time since the illumination is wonderful. Though, please keep in mind that trains frequency from Huis Ten Bosch to Nagasaki is very low at night. Check train time well before hand is a must!
  • It's a really nice place to take the kids, with a wide variety of attractions and food. The only reason I couldn't give this place 5 stars is the incredible volume both within attraction and around the park. It was often times quite painful. The Japanese have had a lifetime of excessive noise and volume, and are quite used to it. For anyone else, I'd strongly recommend to bring some earplugs. Other than that, worth the money😄
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