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This tour includes travel by bus from Tokyo, a guided excursion of the World Heritage Site Nikko Toshogu Shrine and plenty of free time to explore Nikko's Edomura historical theme park before returning to Tokyo by train.
2-3-11 Higashi-Shinagawa | JTB Bldg., Shinagawa 140-8604, Tokyo Prefecture
We enjoyed to the trip to Nikko and Edo Wonderland in spite of the heavy downpour while we were at the Edo Wonderland.
The journey back to Shinjuku was Long as we need to take a bus to Kinugawa Onsen Station and take a train...More
Nikko / Edo Wonderland tour is a great way to kill a day in Tokyo.
Nikko is about 2hrs away from central Tokyo. You're taken there by coach with a guide giving a brief but interesting commentary of Japanese history of Shoguns and the Nikko...More
Loved Edo wonderland !! It was our first time in Japan and friends took us. We loved the shows and the interactive shops baking rice cakes and posing for pictures with the actors and characters. Beautiful and Well kept. We spent the whole day :)
Go in this morning or early afternoon as this place closes quite early. I barely made it on time. Only had about 1.5 hours left before they were due to close for the day. I love the show and the surroundings. I had a fake...More
The park is out of the way, so it will require a whole day to visit. Edo Wonderland is also not very big, and frankly reminded me of a low scale historic fair rather than a permanent park. In the summer it is very hot...More
Wonderful tour. We greatly enjoyed it. There was plenty of information given. The first part in visiting the Shinto shrine was amazingly beautiful and quintessentially traditional Japanese. Our kids were a little young for it (nearly 4 and 7). The ninja part was a standout....More
my Japanese Uncle brought us here. Wow, it was so much fun to see what Tokyo was like hundreds of years ago. You truly feel like you are there especially walking down the street with the tiny shops and vendors. They have cute shows and...More
We had only planned on stopping by for two hours, but ended up staying all day. Gave this place 4 of 5 green balls just for the sticker shock of the ticket to get in. It was worth it though. You could try your hand...More
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We did not book ahead of time, we simply drove there and walked up to the ticket counter to purchase admission tickets. Your hotel concierge may also be able to get you tickets or you can search the Internet for... More
We did not book ahead of time, we simply drove there and walked up to the ticket counter to purchase admission tickets. Your hotel concierge may also be able to get you tickets or you can search the Internet for edowonderland. Once you find the site you can select the appropriate language.