Huis Ten Bosch Educational Trip



SDGs Action - Huis Ten Bosch's SDGs Initiatives

To future children
~ Challenge to Sustainable Development ~

周囲の自然との調和を第一に考え、40 万本の木々を植樹し、海岸は生態系にやさしい石積みの護岸に変え、運河と海を汚さないために、園内で発生する汚水は自社内の高度下水処理装置で浄化し自然に還元するサイクルを作りました。

Masonry revetment where living things live

Self-consumption solar sharing system

Continuous farming solar power generation (blueberry farm)

Huis Ten Bosch (at the time of opening)
Huis Ten Bosch Town, Sasebo City, Nagasaki Prefecture
■ Total development area / 152 hectares
■ Environmental improvement Civil engineering work started / October 1988 (Showa 63)
■ Construction work started / February 1990
■ Completion of construction / January 1992 (Phase 1)
■ Open / March 25, 1992 (Phase 1)
■ Total investment amount / 220.4 billion yen (1st term)
■ Design / Management / Nihon Sekkei
■ Cooperation / Dutch Government

SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals)

SDGs(Sustainable Development Goals)

Customer feedback that is indispensable for corporate growth

Huis Ten Bosch's website, questionnaires, telephone calls, opinions, requests, and compliments sent directly to employees will be promptly notified to the relevant departments and will be dealt with on the same day as possible.
In addition, at the morning assembly, we are pursuing the operation of a theme park that will satisfy our customers by sharing and disseminating "customer feedback" to all employees, including specific improvement measures.

General information

Information Center

Customer feedback during the entire morning assembly

We received opinions from guests Huis Ten Bosch Garden, such as strollers and wheelchairs being difficult to push, rattling, and tripping, and part of the stone pavement was constructed on a brick sidewalk. While protecting the natural landscape, the wheelchair or stroller guests are now able to move the park smoothly also.

Some of the stone pavement in the rose garden has been changed to bricks, improving it so that it can be enjoyed by guests.

To a city where customers and staff can spend safely and securely


In-house instructors for ordinary lifesaving training will be trained so that 200 people can take the training every month, and all 1,200 people including part-time staff will take the lifesaving training (completed by September 2021). We are training employees who can respond even in an emergency.

There are 23 life-saving "AEDs" in the park. AEDs are always installed within 100m.

Ordinary lifesaving class

Relationship links


With local people

Huis Ten Bosch was created based on the history of exchange between Japan and the Netherlands for more than 400 years.
Nagasaki has developed as the only gateway to foreign trade since ancient times, and is a charming city with Nagasaki's unique culture (Japanese, Chinese, and Dutch cultures).
In the neighboring Saga prefecture, there are many famous pottery-producing areas that were brought to Europe through trade between Japan and the Netherlands during the Edo period. In order to enjoy Nagasaki, Saga, and Kyushu, which have various charms, Huis Ten Bosch will cooperate with the local people in various ways to convey the charm of Kyushu.
Kyushu is a treasure trove of food. At the "Jigemon (local) fair" where you can taste local ingredients, the "Kyushu Castle" where you can find Kyushu's specialties, and the restaurant inside the venue, we are particular about local ingredients and connect customers and producers.

There is a Nagasaki Prefecture system "Nagasaki Concierge" so that customers can spend a comfortable stay, provide satisfactory services, and convey the value and charm unique to Nagasaki Prefecture. (At Huis Ten Bosch, seven concierge-certified staff are active in the hotel. As of June 2021) We are striving to contribute to the development of the tourism industry in Nagasaki Prefecture, such as by increasing the number of repeat customers.

Professional human resources certified by the prefecture that can convey the value and charm unique to Nagasaki Prefecture.

Nagasaki Peace Statue