The theme park located around Kinugawa onsen station. There were lots of live performances, also knowledge of EDO era which is Japanese history.
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First time visit to a theme park of life in Edo era, Edo Wonderland. Best to get there from the morning (10 AM) to have the most of the attractions. Hire a Japanese traditional outfit for 10K yen for the entire day and enjoying the...More
This is expensive, tired, has seen better days. It is geared for tourists but nothing is written in English, even the guide book. The shows are tired. The actors aren't any more enthusiastic. Activities (food, photos, samurai uniform) are all expensive. A kind of DisneyLand,...More
We bought the Nikko Kinggugawa 2 day pass with Edo Wonderland ticket. Unfortunately we were given the wrong information at the Asausa train office which gave the bus timetable from the Shrine area when no bus was running on theday we were there. Edo Wonderland...More
It was a fun day out, even though it was just the two of us. Kids would love this place! The maiko walk at the end of the day was the highlight.
From Canada I bought a combined tour of Nikko and Edo Wonderland with Viator for Tuesday in June 6, 2017 for four adults. We departed from Halo Bus terminal number 7 heading for Hamamatsucho main terminal where there was a mesh for first time passenger...More
I bought "Edo Wonderland & Nikko Area Pass" and departed from Asakusa Tobu Station. 3 of us enjoyed (me, my husband, and my 6-year-old daughter) VERY much and wish to have more time to be there. We arrived around 10:30am and selected/changed our customs like...More
Okay...the is a, dare I say, campy version of Japanese history from the Edo period...but we had so much fun here we have to rank it very high. The grounds are beautiful and there are ample opportunities to find good, and relatively inexpensive, food. Be...More
We had a little trouble with the language barrier here. There were no translations for the show, which was expected. However, even without understanding the language you can still enjoy the shows. There is so much to do here. They have a lot of interactive...More