Entertainment museum that enjoys “Samurai culture”
“Samurai Museum” in Shinjuku Kabukicho has more than 70 items such as valuable armor, helmets and weapons gathered from all over Japan and abroad. About 700 years from the Kamakura period to the end of the Tokugawa period, the roles that the samurai played in the history of Japan and their spirit are explained in an easy-to-understand manner. Because English, Chinese and Korean captions are prepared, it is also recommended for travelers from overseas.
You can watch the sword show performed by a professional performer, and also take commemorative photos with wearing a helmet, bunko and sword. This is an entertainment museum that enjoys 100% “Samurai culture”.
|Event Name||SAMURAI MUSEUM|
|Dates||September 20, 2015 – >>>|
|Note||*Calligraphy Lesson, Sengoku style fully-armed photo shooting (photographed by professional photographer) and Japanese sword course are paid service.|
|Open Hours||10:30 – 21:00
*Last admission untill 20:30.
|Admission||Adults : 1,800 yen
Children under 12 : 800 yen
Children under 3 : Free (accompanied by an adult)
|Address||2-25-6 Kabukicho Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo|