Toei Kyoto Studio Park
If you come to Kyoto, you must miss this place. Many old Japanese movies were taken in this studio! You can get on a train at Nijo station. Plese get off at " Uzumasa station ". It takes only 6 mins by train.
The Eigamura is part of the Toei film studios in Kyoto. It also serves as a theme park, where visitors can see first hand the sets that are used to film popular movies and TV dramas set.
Toei Kyoto Studio Park is the only theme park in Japan where you can observe the filming of period dramas (jidaigeki films). Here you can walk freely around the Toei Kyoto Studio film set. This set depicts a street from the Edo period, and is used to shoot more than 200 films per year. Enjoy the…
Uzumasa EigaMura(Toei Kyoto Studio Park) is a famous tourist amusement park. They are the movies and TV drama sets which are reproduced in Edo-period. We can enjoy ninja and samurai show.
You can meet ninja and samurai at Toei Move Land in Uzumasa! Streets of the Edo Period are recretedin the theme park established alongeside the move studios.
It is with in walking distance. It is a open movie set for Samurai shows.
Only 8 minute by walk;Toei Kyoto Studio Park is the only theme park in Japan where you can observe the filming of period dramas (jidaigeki films)
Most of the period film in Japan are taken here. You may meet "Samurai" and "Ninja" at this place...?
The Toei Uzumasa Eigamura (東映太秦映画村, Tōei Uzumasa Eigamura; also known as Kyoto Studio Park or Movie Land) is a film set and theme park in one. Essentially a small town from the Edo Period, the park features a collection of various traditional buildings which are occasionally used as a backdrop for…
The only theme park in Japan where you can observe the filming of period dramas. Enjoy the atmosphere of ancient Japan by taking in a ninja show maybe even dressing up as a geisha or samurai.
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