Toei Kyoto Studio Park

See the fascinating world of the Edo period. This is a large theme park where you can meet samurai and ninja.

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You can observe the filming of movies on the streets where the Edo Era has been recreated. This is a theme park that can be enjoyed by the whole family. You can even dress up in costumes from the Edo era.
Business Hours
Saturday ( 9:30 AM ~ 4:30 PM )
Sunday ( 9:30 AM ~ 4:30 PM )
Weekdays ( 9:30 AM ~ 4:30 PM )
Adult: 2,200 JPY
Children: 1,100 JPY
Toei Kyoto Studio Park 10 Uzumasa Higashihachiokacho Ukyo Ward, Kyoto, Kyoto
(0570) 064-349

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Toei Kyoto Studio Park where you can sample the world of the period drama

The theme park was first opened in 1975 and is a place where you can experience the world of the period drama through its open sets, events and attractions. In a mock-up of an Edo town within the village, actual filming of movies and TV programs is done and it’s possible to observe the process. When you arrive in the village, there are staff walking around as samurai, townswomen and ninja, and one of the nice things is that you will be greeted openheartedly by them. There are plenty of events such as a chanbara show with samurai crossing swords and Edo street performances. As well, at the Padios theater in the village, exhibitions and shows of successive generations of Toei superheroes are held.

Many popular attractions such as the Ninja Mystery House and the Ninja Training Dojo

At the Costume Rental Shop, you can try on the same makeup, wigs and clothing that are used in the real period dramas, enjoy taking photos with the real set as a backdrop and stroll freely around the village for 1 hour. Various costumes for samurai, maiko and oiran, etc. can be selected, and a real set-up by Toei technical staff is popular. At the Ninja Mystery House, after getting a lecture on the tricks of the trade, the attraction is trying to escape through the exit. You can try out the genuine tools of a ninja, and everyone of all ages can enjoy the experience. At the Ninja Training Dojo, you can participate in walking on logs, climbing up castle walls, climbing down roofs and other ninja training. The Ninja’s Labyrinth is a gigantic 10m-tall, 3-storey maze where the ninjas have to use their skills and athleticism to break through to the goal. As well, there is the Trick Art Museum, a haunted house with the theme of Kyoto legends and many other attractions to be enjoyed.

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