Thursday, November 11, 2010

Huis Ten Bosch, the next location for Hayate



As reported earlier, Hayate will take it's filming activities all the way to Japan - making this production a multinational affair. 

On 10 November Nagasaki-ken Tourism Association (長崎観光連盟) has announced that Huis Ten Bosch will be the filming location for Hayate's cast & crew. The drama is scheduled to be aired April next year. 

From the 28th of this month, the 45 member cast & crew will spend approximately two weeks at the filming locations at Huis Ten Bosch. Some shoot locations include Palace Huis Ten Bosch, Kanko-Maru Cruise Ship and Dom Tower. 

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More info on Huis Ten Bosch 


Arriving at Huis Ten Bosch, you feel as if you have entered a different world. Cobblestone streets and brickwork, flowers that delight the senses and canals formed from the natural environment. Huis Ten Bosch brings these elements together to create a resort suffused with the atmosphere of Europe. 

Huis Ten Bosch has always maintained a close connection with the Netherlands. Learning from the nation-building knowledge of the Netherlands, a country that takes a leading role in environmental matters, we improved the soil, planted 400,000 trees and built canals that fill with sea water. 

Construction of the town took five years. Full of nature, the town is best enjoyed by relaxing at your own pace. Stay at the resort hotel and take a stroll around Huis Ten Bosch before opening hours in the morning to relax in both body and mind. 

In particular, Palace Huis Ten Bosch, a reproduction of the exterior of the residence of Her Majesty Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, is the best walkway in the resort. The palace includes extensive baroque gardens with large European figurative artworks, somewhere you can enjoy a quiet moment. 

Source: Nagasaki-NP, Huis Ten Bosch