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Jigokudani

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Jigokudani

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Noboribetsu Onsencho, Noboribetsu 059-0551 Hokkaido
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Noboribetsu Date Jidaimura Admission Ticket with Dress-Up Photo Shoot & Snack
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Noboribetsu Date Jidaimura Admission Ticket with Dress-Up Photo Shoot & Snack

A historical theme park built to recreate the culture and townscapes of Japan during the Edo Period (1603-1868). Here, visitors can step back in time and experience a slice of history.<br><br>Enjoy watching an action-packed ninja show, a captivating oiran dance, and a variety of traditional activities such as archery, shuriken (ninja star) throwing, and shooting darts with a blowgun here at this vast northern land. Fully enjoy the atmosphere of the Edo period.<br><br>This plan includes a dress-up photo shoot and dango rice dumpling snack, a specialty of Jidaimura. Have your photo taken dressed up as a Japanese lord, samurai, ninja, princess or maiko, and capture this treasured moment.<br><br>On this flexible plan you can enjoy 1-time admission at any time you want within 5 days of the selected use date. This tour is quite convenient as there is no need to go through any hassle such as buying a ticket at the ticket gate of a popular facility.
$58.13 per adult
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Bill S wrote a review Sep 2020
Big Bear Lake, California1,875 contributions50 helpful votes
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The Yellowstone Park of Hokkaido but smaller. Sulphur is in the air so if your not suffering from respiratory problems you will like this place. A few geysers here and there, easy hiking with well maintained walk ways and foot paths. Photo areas marked on trail maps to get the best shots. The Japanese believe that demons live here so you will see statues all over Noboribetsu. There a lot to see but can fit it into a half day easily.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Raihan R wrote a review Apr 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia179 contributions6 helpful votes
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Rented a car and took a day trip from Niseko to Noboribetsu. Stopped at Lake Toya for lunch before proceeding to Jigokudani and a good thing too because the town was pretty dead and because it was raining when we arrived it was quite hard for us to walk around. Parking is available for a small fee just across the entrance to Jigokudani. As it was raining some paths was closed but we still enjoyed the view from the main path. Beautiful place with a unique landscape. Toilets are available and a small souvenir shop is located at the front where you can buy an umbrella for Y500 if in case it rains suddenly.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Aznor wrote a review Feb 2020
Singapore, Singapore76 contributions33 helpful votes
Went as a day trip from Sapporo. Few hiking trails that are pretty peaceful compared to the crowded entrance areas. Nice footbath hot spring to relax the tired feet along the path.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Kai Hang wrote a review Jan 2020
Sydney, Australia7 contributions2 helpful votes
Great place to visit if your in the area. The smell of Sulfur over there is quite something, try to wear non slip footwear as some of the path is quite slippery due to the ice.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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nyotista wrote a review Jan 2020
Indonesia110 contributions23 helpful votes
went to visit this place during winter and a bit later in the afternoon, we got to see the rock formations with and without the lights along the pathways. it was beautiful and a nice place to have a bit of a walk. however, if you can't stand the smell of sulfur, please avoid this place. this place is nicely located near onsen hotels/accommodations too.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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