In Nagasaki which is a historic site of international trade, European streets and houses are reproduced.
© Huis Ten Bosch / J-13814Huis Ten Bosch is a theme park where European streets and houses are reproduced. It was opened in 1992 in Nagasaki which once flourished as the center of international trade and a gateway to other cultures.
© Huis Ten Bosch / J-13814The best feature is the beautiful scenery of streets and houses. In the park, which has an area of 1,520 thousand square meters, streets and houses in Europe in good old days were reproduced with utmost attention even to each and every brick. Movies and dramas are often shot here.
There are more than buildings. Huis Ten Bosch, which started with revitalizing forests at the time of its opening, has forests and a lake where many creatures including swans are creating the ecosystem there.
Flowers that adorn the four seasons are another feature. The scenery of flowers being in full bloom everywhere in the park; tulips and roses in spring, sunflowers in summer and cosmoses in autumn; is so beautiful. It makes visitors sigh with admiration.
A variety of attractions and shops are in the park and visitors can enjoy various seasonal events and food.
There are many ways to get around the park. In addition to the shuttle bus, there are cruisers that go around the canals extended throughout the park and unique bicycles that can be enjoyed by the whole family. Visitors can get around the park extensively according to their mood and pace.
Address: 1-1, Hausutenbosu-machi, Sasebo-shi, Nagasaki
Admission Fee: 4900 - 5400 yen (entry & admission to facilities)
Closed: No closed days
9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. (subject to seasonal changes)
From Tokyo:[Air]About 1 hour 40 min from Haneda Airport to Nagasaki Airport, 50 min by High speed ferry from Nagasaki Airport to Huis Ten Bosch[Rail]About 5 hours 5 min by JR Shinkansen from Tokyo Station to Hakata Station, about 1 hour 40 min by limited express “Huis Ten Bosch" from Hakata Station to Huis Ten Bosch