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Shima Spain Village Parque Espana, Shima

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Get the Japanese take on Spanish culture and history at Shima Spain Village Parque Espana, an amusement park with a distinctly Spanish style. Along with a number of traditional roller coasters, log flumes, kiddy-friendly rides, and fun fair games, the park references Spanish art, design, and dance in a number of performances throughout the day. Catch a flamenco dance performance to relax after a spin on one of the large roller coasters, and browse all the Spanish-influenced goods and treats on offer at the village's themed shops and restaurants. Make Shima Spain Village Parque Espana part of your personalized Shima itinerary using our Shima trip builder.
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  • And has so far visited five times, including weekends and even almost crowded or had not. Also as well as the first 20 minutes. But smaller parades, Fireworks, Carisch summer guests can enjoy a day. you can also water the summer. Spain village celebrating out small children are of course less quality than Disney! ~
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  • In a nutshell and attractions and is very good! Was unfortunately only one was soon to take the meals to prepare meals with people hear orders lined to order for lunch at restaurant Asahi Breweries is very vacant seats, but only takes about 30 minutes, the same as from the order, but too wait long thought too much, there is a little bit more efficient order. After ordering it from different orders and can be heard without good preparation, so is the taste of the food was very good too there is shame, did not. I thought if you come too many clerks take orders and prepare the dish to another number so efficiently and well the rotation.
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  • 6 years schoolgirl, 3 years boys, 3-year-old girl and husband and wife visited. Mid-June to Sunday. Is because with fewer people heard was not expecting much, but a good number of people enjoyed from opening until closing. A high degree of satisfaction factors no longer wait time beam. The longest is waiting for about 15 minutes. In which almost all can catch up. Because the 3-year-old Jet coaster, good parents and rode. Can be done are often inferior quality to certain rides, just wait because there is laughing and it was so-so. Sharp ride consistently fun things such as that. On children is still flexible. Ride lot, glad said. Just get cereal in one day, two days or go with what goes in a continuous, not once a year or once every few years. Flamenco is a sight to see. You should look at. Eating rice casserole is especially tasty. It is taking place to order. Entering characters, soon saw that 見kakezu later. Stamp rally card get in near the entrance to the Service Center. Children only. Complete with Notepad, but they can be. Less personally, I too want a souvenir. It's OK Disney to run the turn-taking. You greedy not. Please relax. After a long day's Hot Springs Hotel. Enjoyed the outdoor baths with views of the sea.
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  • As a young adult I found it really boring. To be honest I'm surprised this place is still in business. Over all it looks old, dusty, & under repaired. It seems quite obvious that the theme park doesn't make enough money to put on a good show. Positives: No wait time for rides, even on weekends! Good for young kids. Big park. Food is good and not over priced. Huge variety in stores and again not too over priced. Crafts section for making door signs/candles etc. Still staffed well at most rides. Staff are polite and clearly not over worked. Negatives: Ages above 12 probably won't enjoy it. Ticket too expensive for outdated and rustic rides. I think the fun is taken out of the park because it is just so empty! Not exciting at all.
  • Banquet was great, there is also a theme park nearby. The staff were also very accommodating. The foot massager in the public bath is what made me give this hotel a rating of 5 instead of 4. Will come back again
  • Good for family with kids. The amusement park is affordable and the food was good.
  • Need a car but amazing Hotel, Theme Park and Onsen. Onsen is open to the public.
  • Many unique buildings reminds me of Spain...

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