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  • Jeremy Jeremy

    Learn How to Draw Japanese Manga

    Learn How to Draw Japanese Manga We had such a pleasant time doing this and it was just a really nice addition to our trip. If you're interested in drawing at all, you should come here. She can cover people of ALL levels - since she herself is a very high-level manga artist. It's awesome to meet someone who does manga for a living! I always see these nice comics and it's a treat to see someone who's behind it!

  • Rafal Rafal

    Watch Early Morning Sumo Training in Tokyo at a Sumo Stable

    Watch Early Morning Sumo Training in Tokyo at a Sumo Stable Although this is a pricey activity it’s definately worth it. It was the highlight of our trip, a thing to remember.

  • Hadiman Hadiman

    Train your inner spirit in a samurai & ninja training, Tokyo

    Train your inner spirit in a samurai & ninja training, Tokyo I enjoyed this session very much. Everthing seemed new. From warming up to throwing the shuriken. Jun taught me a different way to take out and putting in back the sword. Not easy though but Jun explained it by doing a little demonstration. He also taught me that not everything is about physical strength. Mastering a proper technique is vital. Especially when throwing the shuriken. Again I can relate some of the movements into my daily routine which may help me to avoid injuries and strengthens core muscles. When I showed photos of me attending this class to my friends, they all mostly have same view. Awesome experience!! And it is Awesome!. Thank you Jun. I have a new hobby now. Really recommend to all the girls and women who seek different kind of holiday. Love it..

  • Hadiman Hadiman

    Join a Shinkage-ryu Bujutsu Martial Art Workshop, Tokyo

    Join a Shinkage-ryu Bujutsu Martial Art Workshop, Tokyo I came to this class alone and with zero knowledge of any martial arts. And I did not regret it all. Watching them doing demonstrations before we started is like watching Samurai filem. Each movements is artistically done. And when it is my turn to try, I realised, those gentle yet powerful movement is not for the ordinary., but everyone can learn and master it. Taking out and putting the sword back is not easy. I can relate most of the movement to my daily routine. And I wish I could have spent more days to practice this beautiful art. It is a very good intro to new comers or who wants different kind of holiday. If only I get the chance to dress like Samurai!!!

  • Sofia Sofia

    Enjoy an Authentic Tea Ceremony Experience in Kyoto

    Enjoy an Authentic Tea Ceremony Experience in Kyoto This was a nice little break from all of our sightseeing in Kyoto. The women that ran the workshop were so sweet and cute it was a delight to watch and listen to them talk about the team ceremony. We enjoyed mixing our matcha! Only wish that the hosts' english was a little better so we could engage in more Q&A.