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Toei Kyoto Studio Park (locally known as Uzumasa Eigamura) is a wonderful theme park and an open-air film set for shooting samurai-era movies in Kyoto. Get a ticket plus an entry to one of the amazing attractions inside the park!
- Get an entrance ticket for Japan's best Edo-style theme park
- As a bonus you will be able to enter an exciting attraction of your choice
- Immerse yourself in a world of samurai, ninja, feudal lords, and geisha
- See how samurai-themed movies are filmed in the open-air set
- Feel like you've been transported centuries back in time
Toei Kyoto Studio Park
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Amazing Experience Must see for any Power Ranger/ Super Sentai fan
My boyfriend is a huge fan of Super Sentai and Kamen Rider, so he was in heaven. He literally had a huge smile plastered on his face the entire time. He was giggling with delight as we ran from area to area. They have the life size costumes of many of the characters.
I was also delighted as I wanted to dress up as a Geisha but was a bit embarrassed walking around Kyoto dressed like that. Well I discovered there is a very professional studio in the park that does full makeovers or just the dress/ outfit rentals. Me and my BF got the full makeover as Geisha/ Samurai and it was one of the highlights of the trip. I wasn't sure if they would be able to accommodate us as we are, shall I say, of generous north american proportion. They did give us an uncertain first glance but were able to fit us in. We got lots of smiles from other guests, lots of encouraging and complimentary comments. It made my BF's trip when a little kid in a school group saw him and shouted "Sugoi!". It is about 20 000$ yen for the both of us for the costume, makeup and wigs and one hour free on the grounds to take pictures where we wanted. It is pricey but the old japan sets were perfect backdrops for our photos.
I was a little disappointed in the anime/manga offering. I'm a huge DBZ fan but really didnt see a lot as far as anime, just some figurines and posters. If you love Toei's animation work do yourself a favour and go to J-World in Tokyo which has a large DBZ section.
We loved the trick art museum, lots of fun goofy pictures. We skipped the ninja training as we were told it was mostly in Japanese so we doubted we'd get the whole experience. The haunted house was fun. Not a long event but the 4D scares and actors made it more scary.
We witnessed one live show of the samurai fight. It was hilarious and the actors were really good. despite not understanding what was happening we were laughing our heads off, especially when they invited some kids up from the audience.
We ate at the cafeteria for lunch. Cannot recall what we had but I remember it being satisfying and leaving full. No gimmicky food just basic curries and Japanese lunch fair.
Overall a very good experience. We were there for 6 hours without even noticing! Would recommend for any fan of Era Japanese film/TV, dress up, Sentai or Kamen Rider.
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