Kyoto Studio Park Admission Ticket
- Valid: 1 day
per group up to 2
Enter Toei Uzumasa Eigamura, an incredible period drama theme park. Walk around the park and enjoy a variety of architecture inspired by the Edo period, 1603 - 1868, often used for filming dramas and TV series. Enjoy a welcome by staff in traditional Japanese attire and if you are lucky, find where crews are filming. There are many different attractions that you can enjoy with your family, like ninja shows, a ninja maze and ghost house. There are also a variety of live performances, street performances and reenactments with traditional performing arts. Learn the movements and ways of the samurai sword and Samurai-style sword fighting techniques. Try on samurai, geisha, and ninja costumes from a selection of over 30 designs.
Start your journey with a train ride from JR Kyoto Station to Arashiyama, accompanied by your expert guide. The bamboo grove of Arashiyama has been a popular nature-viewing destination since the Heian Period. Take a stroll through the cool Sagano Bamboo Forest and listen to the distinct rustle of bamboo leaves as you walk. Later, drive through Kyoto proper and arrive at Kinkaku-ji: the Golden Pavilion. Admire picturesque views of the grand temple reflected in the mirror-like pond it overlooks, and then wander through the sprawling garden that has retained its original design from the 14th century. After Kinkaku-ji, board your bus again and head south to Nara. Take a short walk through Nara Park, famous for the 1,200 or so wild deer that live freely within the park. These deer are famously very friendly, and allow visitors to feed them by hand. Within Nara Park you will find the Todai-j...
Meet your expert private guide at JR Himeji station to begin the tour. With your guide, learn more about some of Japan's most significant historical sites. First, stop by the Castle View Deck and enjoy fantastic views of Himeji Castle from afar. Continue by walking down Otemae Street before arriving at the foot of Himeji Castle, a renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest and most visited castle in Japan. After some time to admire its exterior, wander through the tranquil Koko-en gardens located beside the castle. Take a bus to the Mount Shosha Ropeway which brings you to Engyo-Ji Temple Complex. Discover a serene place of pilgrimage for those of the Tendai Mahayana Buddhist faith. Enjoy the serene atmosphere and scenic views of the city from the summit of Mount Shosha.
Spend your lunchtime in a theater restaurant and be entertained by a live Hello Kitty performance. Watch an exciting media art performance from the world-famous Hello Kitty character and be transported into her unique world. Be surprised continually throughout as the performance seeks to amaze and excite. While you watch, indulge without feeling guilty by eating from the plant-based organic menu. Treat your insides to exquisite dishes that replenish and fuel the body.
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