Get a Private Lesson From the Choreographer of Kill Bill
With My Japan Guide, it’s not just about the sword. It’s about strength and discipline, grace and respect and training with the CRAZY88-MIKI which was O-Ren Ishii’s personal army in the fight scene set in the House of Blue Leaves in the movie Kill Bill Vol. 1.
The Samurai Sword Art group named Kamui was founded by Tetsuro Shimaguchi in 1998 and shows performances mixed with beauty of form, acting and martial arts. Tetsuro and his “army” use sword as a means of communication and they now share and offer lessons to visitors who come to Tokyo.
For the Samurai Dojo (Workshop), participation fees per person （90 mins.） starts from ¥ 23,000/pers.
You can book directly with them on their website, but we recommend to do it with us, as Yoko and Xavier already enrolled them as “their personal army” for our sister company http://hoian.jp/ in Vietnam.
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- Kamakura: The Capital of Zen and Samurai Spirit
- Hakone: Onsen under the shadow of Mount Fuji
- Nikko: The Jewel tucked in the Japanese Alps
- Kyoto: Heritage and Tradition
- Osaka: The Kitchen of the Empire
- Nara: The Sacred Deer City
- Himeji: The White Heron Castle