Ise Ninja Kingdom
Ise Ninja Kingdom
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Historic Walking Areas • Architectural Buildings • Lookouts • Castles • Scenic Walking Areas
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Historic monuments, Azuchi Castle,ODA NOBUNAGA's symbolic castle. we can arrange a Free shuttle bus from the train station. (from Ise-shi station & Ujiyamada, Toba Station) Admission Fee: Adult 4900yen JH 3500yen ES 3000yen Preschool children is Free
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3.0
132 reviews
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26
Very good
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27
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Terrible
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SandBTokyo
Minato, Japan360 contributions
We had a lot of fun here. Not as good as Nikko Edo Wonderland but still really fun.
We highly recommend the Role Play. You sign up fro this when you get your ticket. This was fun for the kids and the maze, with ninjas, was a blast. A bit scary for the little ones I think. Athletics course was also fun. They also have an onsen but we didn't go in.
Really worth a visit.
Written 23 February 2021
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olafoomes
Amstelveen, The Netherlands1,671 contributions
This Ninja/Samurai theme park is located about a 15 minutes walk (for a large part walking through a very long tunnel) from Futaminoura JR station which can be reached in 10 minutes from Iseshi JR station.

It is a rather huge theme park mainly focused on the Ninja culture. There are basically two options to enter. 4900 Yen for entrance including access to all attractions or 3600 Yen for entrance only. In that case you have to pay separately (300-600 Yen) to access some individual attractions. I considered these prices to be rather high for what was actually offered. Also the Castle area was closed because of renovations taken place.

Some attractions very kind of nice, some others were disappointing. There are some restaurants scattered over the park as well as vending machines for quick drinks.

All in all I was a bit disappointed in this theme park.
Written 5 September 2019
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Frankie
2 contributions
Family
Do not bother to go to Ninja Kingdom, it is a complete waste of money. We only went as we wanted to go to the castle, but unfortunately you have to pay Y4000 to enter the theme park. We were given completely the wrong information by the staff and forced to wait for a bus to take us to the castle, even though the journey time lasted only 3 minutes. They told us it would take 2 hours to walk. To make matters worse, we had to pay an extra 500 yen each to enter the castle. This is some of the worst value for money I have ever had in Japan
Written 30 December 2018
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Cathy_Ihara
26 contributions
Couples
Finally. I could find there.
So hard to see, but when we entered this place once, we had a fantastic moment.
Every restaurant are so sofisicated, delicious and beautiful decorations.
All stuff has mind of hospitality and very kindness.
When you get there, you'll be able to feel Japanese energy, soul and different culture!
We could satisfy too much.
Written 7 November 2017
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steven_nagoya
Nagoya, Japan135 contributions
Solo
The park was super famous when it first opened in the early 1990's. The theme of the park is the time period just before the unification of Japan. The buildings are all fine looking, and park staff engage with visitors. They are all in period clothing, even the grounds keepers!
There needs to be more than Japanese language information there. But if you have some Japanese skill, you can get by. There are performances to watch, and interesting displays.
On the second level there is a real Budokan and soon to be European Armour Shop. There is a pretty scary walk-through Ninja Scare House.
The third level has the famous castle, and taking the bus up makes it easy to reach. Some very nice views from inside the castle.
Guests are encouraged to wear costumes, and it adds to the immersion feeling to the park.
Written 7 October 2017
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Masayoshi
Fujisawa, Japan3,949 contributions
Solo
I'm a fort lover.
I've visited more than 300 forts in the world.
Azuchi fort is a legend built by Nobunaga Oda, and destroyed too soon.

The replica looks good.
The view from that is awesome.
I respect their efforts to recreate the great Tenshu, the main tower of the fort.

The other attractions are not attractive at all. Cheap and childish... sorry.

It's almost unbearable to see it is still in business for 23 years considering the number of visitors.

I hope they can do something to keep the fort active.
Written 20 October 2016
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