The Warp Station Edo, Ibaraki
The “Warp station Edo”, which has the open-air sets of the historical drama, is an eminent outdoor facility for a shooting place for a film in the country. It can set various historical backdrop not to mention the Edo era, wide times setting from the Warring States Period to Showa era.
Here, many picture works are shooted on the stage of the abundant scenery such as a moat and an arched bridge, a fort and a castle, a tenement-house or a Hatago (inns).
It consists of the Edo-jo Castle zone that you can enjoy the dynamic scenery like Ote-mon Gate, samurai residence, gate of a tenement-house style were united with a moat, and the Town zone of Edo that you can enjoy prosperity such as a big store town or Machiya around Nihonbashi, the Kaisen donya (wholesaler in port).
This place is opened to the public, and anyone can enjoy the atmosphere of the historical drama willingly. But it seems to have possibilities to limit a part of entrance and the traffic during photography.
In the cityscape reproduced very precisely, you can sense the Edo era that is the hometown of the Japanese heart.
|Name:||The Warp Station Edo|
|Adresse:||Minamiota 1176 Tsukubamirai-city, Ibaraki 300-2306 Japan|
|Access:||Tsukuba Express line "Miraidaira-eki Station” (10 minutes by car)|
|Price:||400 yen (Adult)
200 yen (Under 15 years old)