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  • Heleen Heleen

    Learn to Play Taiko

    Learn to Play Taiko Learn to play taiko was great fun with Daisuke! It is not easy but Daisuke managed to give us the feeling that we really played a song. Thank you!

  • Clare Clare

    Be a Ninja: Learn Five Basic Techniques

    Be a Ninja: Learn Five Basic Techniques This was definitely the highlight of our trip to Japan for my 6 year old son, "better then Disneyland and Skiing" he keeps saying.
    The instructors were awesome and easy to understand in English.
    Rinshu met us at the station in his Ninja attire and was full of wonderful information he also made us Origami Ninja stars which now go under my sons pillow every night!
    I highly recommend going

  • Gary Gary

    Visit the Top Three Tourist Destinations in Kyoto!

    Visit the Top Three Tourist Destinations in Kyoto! The nicest and most knowledgeable tour guide took us around these locations with perfect amount of time to look and explore and take pictures. Definitely recommend!

  • Gary Gary

    Enjoy an Authentic Tea Ceremony Experience in Kyoto

    Enjoy an Authentic Tea Ceremony Experience in Kyoto The operators of the tea ceremony really appear to care about what they are doing and explained each component, as well as why and where the history came from and were more than happy to answer questions. Really worth the effort.

  • Colleen Colleen

    Be a Ninja: Learn Five Basic Techniques

    Be a Ninja: Learn Five Basic Techniques Vanessa met us at the Tabata Station, which was easy to get to using the JR Yamanote Line and she brought us to her Dojo (training studio). She explained the history of her ancestors on our short walk to the Dojo. Upon arriving, it was a bit intimidating at first as the Dojo was dark and we were greeted by our instructor as we arrived. We began with meditation, followed by a demonstration from our teacher. As the instructor spoke Vanessa translated everything in English. After the demonstration we put on our ninja gear and began our lessons. Our children, ages 5 and 9, and my husband and I have never had any karate training and had a blast learning to use ninja starts and a blow gun. There was plenty of laughter and cheering during the class portion, that made everyone feel safe and the initial intimidation was over and we all had a wonderful time. This is truly a once in a lifetime experience and we are so glad we did it! Not to be missed! (Family from Chicago, IL)

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