Located in Omura Bay, Nagasaki, Japan, Huis Ten Bosch is the largest theme park in Japan. It is named "Huis Ten Bosch" because it has obtained the building permit of the royal family and reproduces the Huis Ten Bosch Palace where the former Queen of the Netherlands lived. The entire park faithfully restores the real buildings in the Netherlands, with a strong European retro style. With the gate of the scenic port as the dividing gate, in addition to various outdoor sports, video games, song and dance performances, etc., the theme park area also has large and small museums such as a teddy bear museum and a ceramics museum. Among them, it is worth mentioning the Teddy Bear Museum, which collects about 700 teddy bears from all over the world. On the first floor, there is also a giant bear sitting about 3.6 meters high and weighing about 500 kilograms, which can be shared with the giant bear. Group photo. In addition, the Ceramics Museum reproduces the ceramic room of the Berlin Palace in Germany, which is also worth seeing. There is a canal with a total length of about 6 kilometers in Huis Ten Bosch. You can take a canal boat around Huis Ten Bosch and enjoy the scenery of Tianyuan and European streets along the way. You can also take a break in the coffee shop and taste international cuisine in the High Tower City Food Street. After nightfall, the interior of Huis Ten Bosch is filled with a romantic atmosphere, with flickering lights adorning the night sky, and many colorful water spray performances and light sculpture projection performances. At the same time, in different seasons, you can also enjoy tulips, roses, phalaenopsis and other flowers of different seasons. In addition, comic fans who like One Piece pay attention, there is a 1:1 pirate ship of One Piece Sunshine, which is docked at the port, waiting for you to take pictures, and the vivid world of One Piece is vividly displayed in front of you.