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The museum presents an incredible, concise history of martial arts with room to grow! With over 50 years of experience in the martial arts world, Michael Matsuda, founder and president of the museum has written for and consulted on numerous martial arts publications and filmography....More
Martial arts legend James Lew was honored at the museum on November 4. James Lew has had an illustrious career in show business since the early 1970s when he played a young Shaolin Monk on the TV series “Kung Fu”. James won the Emmy for...More
From real life martial artists to ones in film, this place displayed and honored all. Even martial arts in animation! Check the website, sometimes they have events and the actual martial artists are there! My favorite part was the small Karate Kid section, I loved...More
Held the day after Dragonfest, celebrities such as Emmy Nominee, James Lew were on hand to meet and greet visitors to the museum. Photo ops were available on the red carpet outside the museum. Other celebrities included Don "The Dragon" Wilson, Douglas Wong, Art Camacho,...More
We stopped here because three people in my family are martial artists. It is a cool place to visit. It is smaller than expected. They have a scavenger hunt for little kids, and it is cool to learn about the history of many martial arts...More
I went to Burbank to film "Ewart Chin Day" at the museum for my TV show "Martial Arts Mania!". It's like a family reunion every time I go here. It's a gathering place for friends and fellow martial artists. I love this place!
The museum is basically one room, but it is interesting & the owner/curator is super nice. It is multi-media (things to read, videos & props). If you're in the Burbank area, it's something different to do. Go on Groupon to get discount tickets (I got...More
This is one of the best kept secrets in Burbank. It's an interesting place for even non-Martial Artists. On Saturday, May 30th, the museum honored Douglas Wong for his contributions to the World of Martial Arts.