Sep/21, 2019 The No.1 Fireworks Contest in Kyusyu

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"The No.1 Fireworks Contest in Kyusyu" is held at Huis Ten Bosch in Nagasaki Prefecture.
A total of 22,000 fireworks including 100 launches of super-sized fireworks and 5,000 launches in 5 mins of super-sized Star Mine are launched into night sky.
The highlight of the festival is the "11th World Fireworks Technician Contest Final", in other words "Fireworks World Cup" held at Huis Ten Bosch! In 2019, Yamazakienka from Ibaraki and SLK FIREWORKS from Russia will compete in the final.
In addition, the "One-foot Fireworks Evaluation Contest" is also the must-see fireworks display. It's an evaluation contest in which the famous fireworks technicians nationwide will do their best to compete with each other by launching one-foot fireworks at one shot.

Date: Sat, September 21, 2019
*Rain or Shine, but it will be cancelled or postponed in case of stormy weather.
Hours: 6:45 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Venue: HUIS TEN BOSCH
Address: 1-1 Huis Ten Bosch machi, Sasebo City, Nagasaki Prefecture
Access: Huis Ten Bosch Station
Fee:
[1-Day Passport] 7,500 yen/Adult, 6,500 yen/Youth, 5,100 yen/Child, 7,000 yen/Senior
[After-5 Passport] 4,300 yen/Adult, 3,300 yen/Youth, 2,300 yen/Child, 4,300 yen/Seinior

*Please check the official website for the latest information. We can't answer any question about the article.

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4.0in the last week

House ten Bosch is definitely a fun day out. You pay 7000 Yen for a one day pass that includes all rides. However rides is a big word. If you go there as an adult it's maybe better to get the 4500 yen ticket. The rides are mostly there for kids. It's mainly walking around Holland. Being from Holland myself I found it nice and quirky and found it worth going. We made some cool pictures that made some people to think we were actually back home again. Good fun for half a day. Maybe better in spring or summer when it's more alive. You can also rent a bike to get around. But walking is very easy to do. Don't expect any traditional Dutch food or candy :( hahahaha really wanted some drop (licorice).

5.0a month ago

Little known beautiful European themed park of Japan. You need to spend a night here to be able to fully enjoy the park. Hotels are available surrounding the park. Best to stay until closing hours as there is virtually no queue from 7-10pm. Highly recommended!

5.0a month ago

We enjoyed this place more than Disney because you can roam freely and it's not too crowded. They call it the little Holland of Japan and it holds true to its name. :) Will definitely be back here.

You may need to allot 1 day to roam it all and stay for the night for the shows. :)

5.0a month ago

Wonderful place that I has been. Many activities inside there like a europe and I love on a night there are decorated with the beautiful light. One day is not enough inside here. There are 4 hotel for tourist come to reserve. I stay at Robot hotel that very good for my new experience to check in and check out with a robot and I can walk from hotel to the park isn't far.

5.02 months ago

Fantastic theme park. Not a traditional theme park like you would experience in the states, but more virtual reality oriented. The park was absolutely immaculate and very clean. This is a must visit if you have younger kids and are in the area!