Noboribetsu Date Jidaimura is a history theme park highlighting city life in the Edo Period of 400 years ago. Its main characters, ninjas and courtesans are symbols of the Edo era (Japan Cultural Profile, 2006).
This was our second stop on Day 4, after Shiraoi Ainu Village.
A friendly samurai that was being forced to take photos with all of us
This was the only place that we could see the typical Japanese buildings in this trip.
They were all busy buying the Hokkaido's famous horse oil cream but I was busy camwhoring.
I look so tiny beside this Japanese girl
There was a big garden with pond too
Time for Ninja show, the highlight of this park.
These were not Ninja cos i was unable to shoot a photo with Ninja as the lighting was very dark when they appeared on the stage.
Thought of presenting the Ninja show to you all with the video captured by me but the file size was too big and it required 425 minutes to upload and at the end I gave up T__T
Nevermind, I will compensate this with something more valuable. But, it's still a secret for now.
Can you see the high geta? They call it okobu too!
Lunch at the adjacent restaurant
Shabu shabu without beef. Mostly all the tourists in my group did not eat beef including my hubby, thus, I couldn't try the famous beef shabu shabu T__T
Super fresh scallop. My all-time favourite!
Maple tree!!! Really hope I could stay in Hokkaido until autumn. Hmmm.... No, I rephrase my sentence. I hope to stay here for at least one year to experience the beautiful four seasons!
Other Hokkaido posts:
Shiraoi Ainu Village
Coffee Days in Hokkaido
Hell Valley @ Hokkaido
Onuma Lake 大沼湖
Crowning Glory of Hakodate
I've prepared another Hokkaido post for you all (my homework during Raya holiday), make sure you follow me closely ^^