"Oh my, I'm in the UK!" That's exactly what I screamed with excitement as I stepped inside Niji-no-Sato in Shuzenji, a 50-hectare leisure park with different themed villages including British, Canadian and Japanese. The black and white architectural designs inspired by old British houses greeted my eyes as I entered the first part of the park. Other places I visited inside the English village are the King's Cross, the Toy Museum filled with teddy bears in different sizes, the 15-inch Gauge Railway Museum, and Penny Lane, a cafe designed like a red bus where we could get ice cream.
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The British Village in Izu City
One of the themed villages in Niji-no-Sato in Shuzenji