Edo Wonderland Nikko Edomura Admission Tickets

Overview

Walk among samurai, ninja, and shogun at Edo Wonderland Nikko Edomura! This unique theme park will transport you to Edo-era Japan with Edo-themed streets to explore, exciting performances to watch, and activities to try.

Highlights

  • Try horseback archery, samurai and ninja training, and grilling senbei
  • Watch acrobatic ninja performances, water magic shows, and an oiran parade
  • Stroll around old Edo streets in kimono and other period costumes

Key Information

Important Information

1) Once your booking is confirmed, you will receive an email with a QR code as an e-ticket 2) Your ticket is fixed-date; once your payment confirmed, you cannot change the date, cancel, or get a refund. 3) On the day of your visit, please collect a physical ticket with the voucher at the ticket office of EDO WONDERLAND Nikko Edomura. • If the venue is closed on your selected date due to unexpected circumstances, you will be issued a refund • Children aged 5 and younger may enter for free • Last entry is 1 hour before closing time

Description

The Edo era was a time of peace and isolation that marked the end of traditional Japan. The country closed itself off, and arts and culture thrived without foreign influence. It’s named after the old name for Tokyo. Step back in time and see it for yourself at Edo Wonderland Nikko Edomura! Located in Nikko, this theme park recreates the townscape of old Edo for a fun way to experience life and culture in the fascinating era. The sprawling park is divided into five main areas to explore: Kaido (Road to Edo), Shukuba-Machi (Inn Town), Shokagai (Market District), Buke-Yashiki (Samurai Residence), and Ninja no Sato (Ninja Village). You can dress up Edo-style in a kimono or other period costumes (additional fee required) to stroll the replica Edo streets, where actors in character as ninja, samurai, and ordinary townspeople saunter around and greet visitors for added realism. There are also traditional water magic shows, an ‘oiran’ (courtesan) procession, and action-packed ninja performances to enjoy. Or, try your hand at activities like horseback archery, samurai or ninja training, playing a ‘shamisen’ (a three-stringed instrument), or even grilling ‘senbei’ (rice crackers). When you need a bite, stop by any of the open-air shops in the park for Edo-era delicacies such as freshly-baked dumplings, rice dumplings, soba or yakitori!

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