Samurai Film Fighting Samurai Film Fighting

Become the main actor in a samurai fight scene together with a professional stunt man and sword fight scene choreographer! This is an unique experience available only on certain dates in Chiba city!

Access on the website for reservation.

In this unique experience you will learn the techniques of pulling and using a sword from a professional sword fight scene choreographer and will then become the main character in your own samurai fighting scene movie! You will have the chance to "slash" your opponent and have this experience on video! The movie will be sent to you after the experience and will remain an amazing memory from your trip to Japan!

Your teacher and opponent will be Mr Kenji Sato, a well-known fight scene choreographer and action movie stunt man in Japan. He will pay special attention to teaching you the moves of the samurai, pulling out the sword and using it, as well as the action scenes of fighting with swords. Mr Sato has previously worked on "The Last Samurai", "Biohazard", "47 Ronin", "Rurouni Kenshin" and more!

This experience is located in Chiba city. The activity takes a total of 3.5 hours (including the changing of clothes) and is available on the following days:
October 8, 9
November 12, 13
December 10, 11
January 14, 15
February 11, 12
March 11, 12

You can choose between the following times:
8:30 am to 12:00 pm
12:30 pm to 16:00 pm

Please wear clothes that are easy to move in (for example: shorts, T-shirt).
Please book this activity at least one week advance. Last-minute bookings will not be accepted.


Address 〒 260 - 0856
1-6 Inohana,Chuo-ku, Chiba-shi,Chiba
Store phone number +81-43-270-7711
Conversation possible:日本語,English
Area Chiba station and Chiba Minato station area
Multilingual support Can speak a little bit:English
Conversation possible:日本語
Genre Leisure/theme park
Accepted cards Credit Cards Accepted (JCB , VISA , Master Card , AMERICAN EXPRESS )
Business hours Confirm on the website
Regular closing days Varied
Halal None

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