Huis Ten Bosch is one of the largest theme parks in Japan located in southern Kyushu near Nagasaki. In 1609 the Dutch began trading with Japan not far from where Huis Ten Bosch is located.
Huis Ten Bosch's indoor facilities are closed temporarily until April 5th as a preventative measure to help curb the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19 disease).
Huis Ten Bosch means 'house in the woods' and was named after one the Dutch Royal Family’s residences.
Upon entering the park you are transported to Old Holland not only in the life-like Dutch style buildings, but also the canals, windmills and, of course, tulips.