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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: 9:00 AM - 11:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
1-19-7 Shintomi | Akuta Awazu Bldg. 5F, Shintomicho, Chuo 104-0041, Tokyo Prefecture
This place is great! Sensei was very knowledgeable, spoke good english, and his technique and form was excellent! It was fun dressing up and become Samurai with my friends! Definitely one of the best parts of my trip!
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Staff very responding to email. Sensei is very good in teaching and sharing his experience in samurai. He speaks English well. He also give us time to take photo and video and he even help me to take photo and video. Beside experience & learning...More
An excellent look at the art of Kembu.
Fantastic teacher, who gives a great introduction to the etiquette of Samurai, and the history behind the Kembu.
Through the course, you'll learn a meaningful coreography of Kembu, and then perform it. A very memorable event.
you must visit this place in Tokyo, especially if you have older children. We were there with our ten year old son and it was a great experience. the instructor was amazing and within an hour learned his son's moves with the Japanese sword, so...More
My lesson with Arai Ryuou was brilliant. He was prompt to collect me at Tokyo Station. We took a taxi the studio. Then the real fun began.
He was clear and used effective strategies to teach the techniques of Kembu. He modeled. He coached. And...More
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