Enjoy becoming a ninja
An original ninja village that recreates the town of Ureshino of the Edo Era. Once you pass the checkpoint, there will be princesses, samurai and ninjas like those stars from old jidai geki flicks walking about. The one defining feature of the village is that it is a facility that is especially connected to ninja. Since ninja costumes can be rented out, you can walk around the park as those secret warriors. There are also many programmes and shows geared toward small kids so the park is popular with families. Plenty of ninja attractions abound for people 3 years old and up: getting the basics at training grounds for shuriken and blow darts, the Karakuri Mugen Yashiki which is the ninja fun house of tricks, and a haunted labyrinth. At the park’s ninja horseback riding training facility, you can enjoy petting cute animals such as horses, ponies, pigs, goats and llamas. As well, there are ninja shows and street performances enjoyed by folks of all ages. There are also souvenir shops with plenty of ninja goods and a café for light snacks, plus a restaurant which is open only on weekends and holidays.
Plenty of programmes geared toward children
The Little Ninja Academy that is popular with the children can be entered through advance reservations online or by telephone. It is a hit programme with the kids that involves 2 hours of ninja training which includes park admission fee and ninja uniform rental fee. Aimed at children 12 years and younger, they can get ninja training on shuriken, blow darts and navigation through a ninja residence, and the programme is worthwhile for earning a toy katana and ninja certification (instruction only given in Japanese but overseas visitors can participate).