Dress up appropriately and visit the recreated Edo townscape.
Boso no Mura is an Open Air Museum with a recreation of the townscape of Tokyo from 200 years ago. To help the time slip feel as real as possible, the museum offers costumes of ninja, samurai and town girls etc, for visitors to try on. Feel free to walk around the recreated Edo town, dressed as people from the Edo period, and take lots of photographs! You can also try candle making, washi painting and experience the traditional sado tea ceremony. Your otomo tour guide will always be there to translate for you. At the end of the tour, you will visit the famous gourmet location; Naritasan Omotesando Street, where you can try the local speciality; eel, a dish long loved by the locals.
・Try on costumes of town girls and ninja!
・Enjoy the townscape of Tokyo back in the Edo period.
・Experience traditional culture and craft.
・Enjoy eating and walking at Naritasan Omotesando Street and try their delicious local speciality, eel.
・This is a recommended tour if you are flying into or out from Narita International Airport, as it is only a 10 minute train journey from the airport.
・Doramu no Sato, Cosplay Annex
・Experience Museum Chiba Prefectural Boso-no-Mura
・Naritasan Omotesando Street
・After you meet with your tour guide, you will take a bus and a train to the first location on the tour.
・Please make sure to bring Japanese money with you, as Boso no Mura only takes payments in yen.
・This tour is great for photographs so remember to bring your camera!
・We ask for your understanding that if it is raining or the ground is wet on the day of your tour, you will not be able to wear the costumes around the recreated town.
Please bring at least ¥2,000 with you (per person) on the day to cover your travel expenses, entrance fees and other necessary costs.
By the ticket gate at the JR line, Narita Station