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Become a Samurai in Tokyo for a day!

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This is private instruction for beginners (1 party). You learn the basicis of sword techniques in the first 40 mintues and then you try a maeyoroi (half armor) on for picture taking. Weather permitting you may want to enjoy a stroll to the shinto shrine. The armors are of the Japanese sizes, so those who are over 3L in size may not be able to fit in the armors. Our dojo (studio) availability The time-slots for experiences Sun-Fri: 10am, 1:15pm, 4pm Sat: : 2:30pm Give us alternative dates/times besides your first request as well as your height(s). ------------------------------------------------------------- For early or late hour Private instruction is 5000 yen per group. Please book for the [Add-on] option in addition to your experience fee. Musashi Clan Honjin Dojo location Across Tokyo Tower. About yoroi (armor) The samurai armor is usually very colorful and sometimes very ornate. The warriors wanted to stand out in front of their lords. They wanted their lords to notice them in the battlefield. And when they die, they wanted to die gourgeously. Those who wore red armors were regarded most valiant. The samurai armor was always designed for mobility. A good suit of armor had to be sturdy, yet flexible enough to allow its wearer free movement in the battlefield. The warrior's face and brow were protected by a piece of armor that tied around behind the head and under the helmet. The most famous feature of the helmet was its Darth Vader–like neck guard (Darth Vader’s design was actually influenced by samurai helmets). It defended the wearer from arrows and swords coming from all angles About Weapons As soldiers, samurai employed a number of different weapons. The katana is perhaps the most famous sword type in the world and certainly the most iconic of all samurai weapons. About Bushido -The code of warriors The unwritten Samurai code of conduct, known as Bushido, held that the true warrior must hold loyalty, courage, veracity, compassion, and honor as important, above all else. Bushidodictated that a samurai’s soul was in his katana, which made it the most important weapon he carried. The life of the Samurai not only became one of discipline and military education, but a rich cultivation of the spirit and mind through the arts of writing, painting, calligraphy, philosophy, etc. Zen Buddhism and Confucianism provided the warrior class with personal enlightenment, and refinement.

This is private instruction for beginners (1 party). You learn the basicis of sword techniques in the first 40 mintues and then you try a maeyoroi (half armor) on for picture taking. Weather permitting you may want to enjoy a stroll to the shinto shrine. The armors are of the Japanese sizes, so those who are over 3L in size may not be able to fit in the armors. Our dojo (studio) availability The time-slots for experiences Sun-Fri: 10am, 1:15pm, 4pm Sat: : 2:30pm Give us alternative dates/times besides your first request as well as your height(s). ------------------------------------------------------------- For early or late hour Private instruction is 5000 yen per group. Please book for the [Add-on] option in addition to your experience fee. Musashi Clan Honjin Dojo location Across Tokyo Tower. About yoroi (armor) The samurai armor is usually very colorful and sometimes very ornate. The warriors wanted to stand out in front of their lords. They wanted their lords to notice them in the battlefield. And when they die, they wanted to die gourgeously. Those who wore red armors were regarded most valiant. The samurai armor was always designed for mobility. A good suit of armor had to be sturdy, yet flexible enough to allow its wearer free movement in the battlefield. The warrior's face and brow were protected by a piece of armor that tied around behind the head and under the helmet. The most famous feature of the helmet was its Darth Vader–like neck guard (Darth Vader’s design was actually influenced by samurai helmets). It defended the wearer from arrows and swords coming from all angles About Weapons As soldiers, samurai employed a number of different weapons. The katana is perhaps the most famous sword type in the world and certainly the most iconic of all samurai weapons. About Bushido -The code of warriors The unwritten Samurai code of conduct, known as Bushido, held that the true warrior must hold loyalty, courage, veracity, compassion, and honor as important, above all else. Bushidodictated that a samurai’s soul was in his katana, which made it the most important weapon he carried. The life of the Samurai not only became one of discipline and military education, but a rich cultivation of the spirit and mind through the arts of writing, painting, calligraphy, philosophy, etc. Zen Buddhism and Confucianism provided the warrior class with personal enlightenment, and refinement.