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New opened in August 2017, as a branch of Samurai Kembu Theater, Kyoto. 'Kembu' is one of the Japanese traditional performing art that shows the samurai's spirit and culture. You can experience a set of performances from the etiquette of samurai...more
Hours Today: 09:00 - 23:00
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
1-19-7 Shintomi | Akuta Awazu Bldg. 5F, Shintomicho, Chuo 104-0041, Tokyo Prefecture
All reviews awesome experience japanese culture great instructor japan holiday traditional dance highly recommend this experience spoke good english cultural experience a lot of fun photo shoot great fun samurai kembu his assistant sword dance private class lesson kimono
This place is AMAZING. We didn't do dressing in a kimono but we did about 1.5 hours of training, plus breaks, and it was amazing. Arai is GREAT... he has excellent English and he has a family connection to samurai; he learned from his great...More
I recently arranged for a 1.5 hour session with Samurai Kembu in Tokyo for myself, my two sons (ages 11 & 8), and their friend (age 9). All three boys loved it! The activity is great for kids because the instructor moves from one activity...More
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Found the web link when in Tokyo. I only had one day to myself so decided to spend some time gaining an experience in something traditional and something that I have not done before. The lesson was great. I did ended up by myself which...More
Would I recommend it? Absolutely. I just felt like there were some funny moments during the evening. The room itself is roomy if only you and the instructor. (I was alone.) I thought I would be joined by others, so everything was totally focused on...More
One of the best things u can try in term of samurai culture in Tokyo. I ve love dthe organisation, the picture time considered, getting to do a swordplay, dress in the samurai kimono, it s great fun to participate not just watch .I recommend.
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