The Daonan bus to Dengbie Times Village is the bus to Dengbie Hot Spring. Times Village is only the middle stop of JR Dengbie Station to Dengbie Hot Spring. It says in front of the bus, [Dengbie Hot Spring Direction] when boarding the bus, it can also ask the driver. After all, they all go to play. Everyone knows that getting off the bus at Dengbie Times Village Station is the main entrance of Times Village, and selling tickets on behalf of other Times Village Online is 145 yuan left. Right, the market price is 2,900 yen. You can buy tickets at the ticket office by printing out the confirmation slip. By the way, you can take a picture with the staff dressed in the ancient costume at the entrance at 9:00. On the day you went there, you met two tour groups. There were a little more people. There are four performances, about 20 minutes each, four to five performances a day. According to the timetable, they are all Japanese performances, but there are foreign language profiles to see, to get a general idea of the story. Four or five places for meals plus stalls selling cold drinks and snacks, the price is similar to that outside. If you watch the performance, you can mix in it for 3-4 hours. In fact, it is not particularly big. The buildings are antique and very new. They show people's life and rest in the Edo era. Tourists with enough time are worth visiting. If they are in a hurry, they will be counted. Tickets are not cheap, so they can walk in and watch horses. When flowers come out, they are worth no return.
Huakui's performance is very good. It's fun for male audiences to volunteer to perform the Ninja Maze. It seems that there are ghost houses, but time is limited to give up. You can try it! Ninja cuisine is also very distinctive, although it is not particularly delicious...
Theme parks, reflecting the local conditions and customs of the Edo era, include houses, streets, restaurants, theatres, temples and so on. What's worth seeing is the Ninja Fighting Show and Huakui Show, which can give you a better experience of that era. In addition to the ghost house, Qiancat Temple seems to be ordinary, only when you go in can you know the mystery.
The experience of going to Ida Times Village in winter is so great that people who seldom see theatre seats are in the first row. It's amazing! There's no need to queue up with the movie crew. They are dedicated to their work. The Ninja Fried Dumpling Set for Lunch is affordable and tasty.
2900 yen, an adult, I think it's very interesting, many Japanese also come to the attractions, similar to our Chinese film and television base, it is a man-made simulation of Japan's previous streets of a scenic spot, and the staff inside the photo is free, snacks or very delicious, it's worth visiting once!
It's about 5 kilometers away from Dengbie Hot Spring Street. Take the South Bus to get there. Times Village has many Edo-era buildings and many ninjas. There are also several ancient performances and some playground facilities. The place where we eat inside is not too expensive. It's not very different from the outside. We can play for half a day.
Dengbie Ida Times Village is a man-made scenic spot. It reflects the style of the Edo era in Japan. No matter the buildings, shops and people's dress are restored as much as possible. It has the function of popularizing Japanese culture. At least I finally understand the difference between "Rangers" "Warriors" "Ninjas".