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Edo Wonderland Nikko Edomura
A History Theme Park that Recreates the Edo Period
Nikko Edomura is a theme park where guests can experience what it was like in the Edo period (1603-1868) in the present day. The vast grounds are made to look like an authentic townscape, with features like olden highways, inns, shopping streets, ninja villages, and samurai residences. In the dress-up area, guests can change clothes and transform themselves into Edo residents like ninjas, samurai, and feudal lords. Furthermore, there are so many hands-on experiences available to enjoy! You can learn about the culture of the Edo period first-hand through the various experiences, like the Edo work experience (children only), samurai training experience, and senbei (rice cracker) cooking experience. In addition, there are theatrical performances scheduled as well, so you can sit back and enjoy a variety of shows, like ninja attractions, human-interest plays, and traditional performing arts.
The dining hall also is a great place to enjoy Japanese food from the Edo period.
A real reproduction of an Edo period townscape.
Change clothes and transform yourself into an Edo resident to enhance your personal experience.
Enjoy Japanese food from the Edo period.
- Name in Japanese
- EDO WONDERLAND日光江戸村
- Postal Code
- 470-2 Karakura, Nikko City, Tochigi
- Adults (13 years and up) 5,800 yen, seniors (65 years and up) 4,700 yen, children (6-12 years) 3,000 yen, toddlers and infants free
Wednesdays, January 16th-31st
※Open during the following periods, even on Wednesdays:
・Spring period (March 25th-April 7th)
・Golden Week (April 29th-May 5th)
・Summer period (July 21st-August 31st)
・End of year and New Year’s holiday (December 29th-January 5th)
- Business Hours
(March 20th-November 30th) 9:00am-5:00pm
(December 1st-March 19th) 9:30am-4:00pm
※Admission ends 1 hour before closing
- About 10 minutes by taxi from the Tobu Railway Tobu Kinugawa Line’s Kinugawa-Onsen Station
- In designated areas
- Official Website
- Official Website (English)