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Toei Kyoto Studio Park (Toei Uzumasa Eigamura), Kyoto
Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Head to the heart of Japanese period film making at Toei Kyoto Studio Park (Toei Uzumasa Eigamura), an historical theme park and active film set. Made to look like a traditional street from the Edo period (1603-1868 CE), the facility provides the setting for more than 200 "jidaigeki" (period costume drama) films a year, and visitors get to see scenes being shot during their visit. Catch a ninja show during your visit, and take the chance to dress up like a geisha or samurai warrior, using the convincing props and costumes used in the films. To visit Toei Kyoto Studio Park (Toei Uzumasa Eigamura) and other attractions in Kyoto, use our Kyoto itinerary builder.
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I came here knowing that this place was intended for kids, but i still went anyway. I had fun at the recreated sets of old japan, the old samurai show, the ninja show. I was surprised that the place w... read more »
This studio park is one-of-a-kind in Kyoto where you get to dress up as a samurai, have lots of fun watching Samurai shows/behind the scenes etc. However, do prepared to pay a little more (entrance fe... read more »
子供もとても楽しめました！ 忍者の貸衣裳にまず着替えて色んな忍者修行ができます。 子供が小さいので回数券を入場券とは別に大人子供と買わないといけないのですが、大人も意外と楽しめました！Staff very helpful! Rent Ninja costumes the various Ninja training you can first of all. And because small children tickets and tickets to another adult children and should I buy is surprisingly adult staff!show original
A beautiful place you should visit in Kyoto. Well designed to stimulate old Japanese village and their living style. Many live shows are offered and they were awesome. This place is highly recommended.
Not an entirely unique experience. But not one that is entirely without merit. The park provides many varied attractions including an old style Japanese village, Haunted House, various Toei Television program related exhibitions and more. I don't think you need to go out of your way for it but if you're in the area...
Great park !!! Digging the edo period style in the park. The shows where very entertaining and very well done. Only problem is, that they lacked activity. I expected to see alot of samurais performing outside and geishas walking around, but the street was almost empty, giving it a somewhat awkward feel.
Good if you like to pay for the privilege to wait in line and pay again to enter some of the attractions in the park. The Amine museum was a let down as it was more a collection of a few figures and movie posters in a small gallery. Don't take your kids into the haunted house, it's not like a standard fair haunted house, they have paid actors to provide jump scares which are not really meant for kids in my opinion. I didn't expect much going in to be honest which is why I'm suprised it was worse than my expectations.
If you love samurai, ninja, super sentai and tokusatsu, you must visit here. Fantastic place to travel.
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