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Warp Station Edo

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Nick M wrote a review Jul 2017
16 contributions5 helpful votes
The buildings appear very realistic and well-maintained. The entrance fee is low and the grounds are large. You can easily spend 30+ minutes wandering around, taking pictures, and even in summer it is not crowded. However, there are no activities other than just walking around, so you might get bored. (No English assistance)
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Date of experience: July 2017
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TMHK wrote a review Mar 2016
Minamiuonuma, Japan57 contributions16 helpful votes
テレビや映画のロケ地に使われると聞いて訪問しました。 雰囲気をあじわうことができてよかったです。 買い物などは充実していないので、観光を楽しむ感じかな?とおもいます。 I visited to hear that will be used in location of TV and movies . It was nice to be able to enjoy the atmosphere . Because such as shopping not been enhanced , how you feel and enjoy the tourist ? I think that.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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TFB777 wrote a review Mar 2015
Camas, Washington26 contributions31 helpful votes
Aside from it's rather poorly chosen name (at least to western ears), Warp Station Edo failed to impress. I only went the there because I was staying nearby and had time to kill - it certainly is not worth any special trip out there - unless you know there is going to be actual filming of a period piece going on. Otherwise, it is nothing more than a static set village with nothing going on. There is a small museum covering the films made there over the years but it is all in Japanese. It would have been nice to have some docents and re-enactors milling around but on the day I went it was complete dullsville. If you have a keen interest in Japanese cinema it could be of some interest, but for the casual visitor not so much.
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Date of experience: February 2015
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