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  • 獨家的忍者特訓將讓您學會如何像忍者一般冥想,並傳授五種必備忍者技能給您。
  • 全套忍者裝讓您身歷其境。
  • 學習忍者之心並了解日本忍者文化和歷史

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您好!我的名字是柴田Vanessa。我是忍者武士家族武蔵一族的首領。 如果您對日本歷史熟悉的話,您可能會有聽過我們家族的祖先之一:參加1583年賤岳之戰的柴田勝家。

我們的祖先效忠德川幕府超過265年,而我們也傳承忍者傳統至今。 我為了推廣忍者的文化及傳承忍者的傳統開始了忍者介紹的行程,當然也是想讓所有來到日本的國際旅客有一項有趣且正統的活動可以體驗。 同時也希望能讓我年輕們的忍者朋友一個機會分享他們的思想和藝術。

在我們東京的道場,您會看到這四百二十年來,柴田家族手工鑄造武器和忍術的文化遺產。我們會示範基本忍術給您,或許這就足以讓旅客一窺我們的歷史。 如果您來到這裡,您就會發現,這這世界上還是有忍者存在的。

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使用者評論 (88)

  • Vicente Vicente


    My Gosh this such an Unforgettable Experience!

  • Greg Greg

    Fantastic Experience

    My son and I visited and were blown away with the experience.

    We got an understanding of the Ninja history and culture.

    Well worth the visit, thanks

  • Vincent Vincent

    Dive into the secret world of Japanese martial arts!

    To sum it all up, you're learning directly from masters of the art with a long lineage and history in Ninjas and Samurais.

    This is one of the most unique and authentic experiences you can get in Japan. Unlike places elsewhere where you experience ninjas from actors, this is the real deal, as real as it can be. From the actual techniques to the reasons behind them, coupled with the history of it all. The host Vanessa had made it such an experience for my wife and I from the moment we stepped into the dojo. And we needn't worry about any language barrier as Vanessa's command of English is very good.

    I won't reveal too much, you've got to experience it yourself :)

  • Erin Erin

    Hands-down one of my and my husband's favorite experiences in three years of living in Japan.

    This was honestly one of THE COOLEST things we've ever experienced.

    The history of the family itself blew us away, and it is such a privilege to have spent time with real life members of a family maintaining, preserving, and sharing the art and tradition. We were entranced by the array of weapons, tools, and knowledge of herbs, and of how ninja were completely different than samurai. As Vanessa (the current head of the clan and our host) translated the words of the instructor (her son, I think?), I so enjoyed her deadpan seriousness mixed with playfulness. She is the scariest and most intimidating of all!

    The five techniques have a philosophy that goes with each one of them, and I couldn't help but think how applicable the philosophies were to mundane, non-ninja life too. That is, in the time I had to think while I was trying to sneak around, block sword attacks, throw shuriken, and successfully blow a dart at my target! My husband made a much better ninja than I did, but luckily Vanessa said there are only three ranks of ninja: beginner, good enough, and not good enough! We're still beginners, so I get a pass ;)

    Both my husband and I had a complete blast, and he couldn't stop smiling for hours afterward because he got to fulfill a childhood dream.
    I think it was Vanessa's husband who was in the room also? He was gracious enough to take my husband's cell phone and take all sorts of pictures (100+!) of us in our garb at each stage of training. You won't be lacking for cool Facebook photos to make your friends jealous with! ...oops! Ninjas aren't supposed to have egos :P

    DO NOT pass over this opportunity. YOU HAVE TO EXPERIENCE THIS FOR YOURSELF.

  • Quyen Quyen


    My husband and I LOVED this experience and the sensei master and her grandson even more. The sensei has a rich history. Her family's pride and hundreds of years of Japanese history are layered throughout the lesson. I highly recommend the experience for an authentic look into Samarai and Japanese life.

  • Muath Muath

    Fantastic class if you love Ninja

    You can achieve your Ninja dream here

    they are very good people, they will teach you the basics skills to be Ninja,
    I really recommend this place to learn about Ninja life and history

    Thank you so much masters

  • Zainul Zainul

    The most memorable experience in Tokyo

    This is a 5 star experience for those who are looking to learn the history about Ninja. I was also given a basic training on ninja moves that I've been practicing everyday. The master and Vanessa were very helpful and friendly. A must do activity in Tokyo no doubt!

  • Clare Clare

    Highlight of my sons holiday!

    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

  • Colleen Colleen

    Unique & Memorable Experience

    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)

  • Mads Mads

    Authentic great experience

    In general a great experience
    After being picked up at the station during a short walk to the authentic dojo. We we told the family story about the Ninja history.
    Apon arrival to the dojo a masked ninja waited. There were a ceremony in almost darkness, and a "show" where the ninja showed some of his skills.
    We changed clothes to "gi at were introduced to several ninja weapons.
    Her after we learned to use some technics and weapons.
    We recommend the this were authentic experience to people like us. Who wanted to try and feel the ninja culture.
    -Belmina and Mads (Denmark)