Huis Ten Bosch

4.4 5 Reviews
Amsterdam Zone
Photo: Rey Waters

Huis Ten Bosch is one of the largest theme parks in Japan and is located in the south of Kyushu near Nagasaki. The park recreates a Dutch city, since the Dutch started trading with Japan in 1609 not far from the location of the Huis Ten Bosch palace in the Netherlands Visitors can discover picturesque canals, windmills and beautiful gardens.

Overview

Address

1-1 Huis Ten Bosch-cho, Sasebo, Nagasaki Prefecture 859-3292 (Map) (Directions)

Price

¥4200 - ¥6700

Phone Number

05-7006-4110

Website

english.huistenbosch.co.jp

Payment Method

  • Pay by cash
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Credit card - Mastercard
  • Credit card - Visa

Facilities

  • Restaurant

Accessibility

  • Guide dog access

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