In a Dutch-themed park in Nagasaki Sasebo, it seemed like it's possible to sleep in a capsule and wake up the next morning in an all-attraction island. Huis Ten Bosch will be developing a new feature where hotel guests can stay in a two-storey sphere capsule that drifts to another park.
About a maximum of four people can sleep at the capsule and enjoy a slow drift towards on the calm water. Japan Times reported that the theme park wants to generate more foreign and domestic visitors after its launch of the Hennna Hotel or the "strange hotel" in 2015 - the Guinness World Records world's first robot-staffed hotel.
The capsule will be priced between $260 and $350, and construction will begin by the end of the year. Photos online show that Huis Ten Bosch has demonstrated the capsule in the waters of the Nagasaki Prefecture.
The new attraction will have visitors thinking like they have drifted to dreamland and wake up in a new realm. Meanwhile, people can wait before 2018 comes and enjoy various Amusement Attractions like the Fairy-tale Wonder Woods, Sky Castle, or Shooting Star.
For the adventurous-in-heart, they can go to Softy Land, Maze (the world's largest labyrinth), and the Horizon Adventure Plus. Various cafés and restaurants like the Flower Ice Café and Count Chocolate's Mansion await visitors as well.
Those who can't wait for the water attraction can enjoy Huis Ten Bosch's Fishing Adventure Game, Ride The De Liefde, ride on the Duck Tour and Canal Station.
Check out their yearly event schedule and updates on their website, as you wait for the new attraction to come to life. Huis Ten Bosch models the park after Holland and serves as the biggest theme park in Japan to hold the Flower Festival.
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