Toei Kyoto Studio Park (東映太秦映画村, Tōei Uzumasa Eigamura) is a theme park and film set modeled after the Edo period located in Kyoto, Japan that opened its doors in 1975. It is situated in Toei Company's Kyoto Studio where movies have been produced.
Projects filmed at the park include Sebastiano Serafini's historical Japan-themed music video for the single "Inori".
|Monday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||9:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Sunday||9:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
Anis Eznin | Jan 3, 2018
Some said it was a glorified gift shop. Pretty much. All attractions save for the ones in the theater are paid ones. Which I didn't enter. I don't see why I have to pay extra for rides when I have paid the entrance ticket. Didn't enjoy my time here at all. Basically it was full of gift shops and places to eat, nothing much about history or what ever else. A waste of time and money...
Carissa Gunawan | Nov 17, 2017
This place is suitable if you watch japanese movie or drama, because the inside have movie set. Since I don't watch any Japanese movie/drama, I don't really enjoy here But, If you bring children, they may enjoy it, it have place to play like ninja and other games Toei also have some shows but all of them is in Japanese language. Some of them are included the entrance ticket but some of them you need to pay 500 yen extra to watch, but you also can buy premium ticket that include all the show
Chris Khik | Jan 18, 2018
One of the most random places to visit. It is seriously cattered to the fans of ninjas,samurai or the era they lived in. The free ninja show is pretty awesome though knowing a lil japanese helps as most everything inside is in japanese. There are other attractions but you need to pay seperately.However for me and my gf, we really enjoyed walking around the old edo period set towns, watching random samurai duels, ninja show, toei film museum and also a live show showing how old samurai flicks were made. It was pretty comedic even if you dun understand japanese. If you or ur kids are into ninjas and samurai this sure is a place to visit on your way to arashiyama from kyoto or nijo castle
Simon Foster | Nov 7, 2017
I mainly came here for the Super Sentai (Power Rangers) and Kamen Rider suits on display. It was a nice exhibition but it would've been nice to see some of the other rangers rather than just the red ones. I think ¥2200 is a VERY steep entry price, especially when nearly all of the shows inside the park COST EXTRA on top of that. A little bit of a rip but it was fun I suppose if you're into that sort of thing.
alex johnson | Sep 17, 2017
Together and it was $22 the attractions you had to pay so is a complete waste of time it's more directed towards children don't Li thing I found pretty awesome was throwing ninja Stars. The tractions cost between 15 to $20 a person. Staff was friendly the theme was pretty cool but Ellis is way too expensive.
Jason Ju | Apr 23, 2018
so fun and great for kids. brings back a lot of memories! haha
Jahra Roxas | Mar 20, 2018
I love the old world experience! It's a great place to get a feel of pre-Meiji Japan, amd if you're lucky you can watch a TV or Movie shoot going on. But if you do, remember to keep quiet.
Willy Thuan | Apr 10, 2018
Mixed experience... the layout as a old Japanese village is beautiful and fun but it’s a little too kids oriented with lots of Ninja activities. Kids seem to love it which is great. Took a break at the restaurant and it was ok. The TV superhero museum is fun with ultra man and kamen rider. I wished there was a vilain museum too, bad guys in Japanese series were so creative. Anyway it is a little far out of downtown for what you get.
Faa Praharnpap | Apr 13, 2018
Fun place to be. Lots of kids running around. Getting there is a little tricky for a foreigner.
Nate Haleen | May 14, 2018
Shabby. Might be fine for like 7 year old kids, but you'll pay through the nose for all the sub-attractions in addition to the step price of entry which let's you tour a rundown faux historical street with some renfest level public shows.
Song Hui | May 8, 2018
A glance on how Edo era look like, thats many performance around, but ofcoz all of them were speak in Japanese. Thats a samurai stage show, even i dont understand what they are talking about but the action and effect are really cool. And the Kamen Rider show are unexpectedly amazing lol
A G | Apr 26, 2018
Really enjoyed this place! Highly recommend do not skip it, it is truly a gem one of a kind place you won't find anywhere.
Alahnna Balmeo | Jun 26, 2018
An unexpectedly fun trip! A bit pricey ~$20/adult but worth it, especially if you have kids who aren't interested in the nature Kyoto has to offer. A bit like Warner Brothers Studios - you can see authentic sets used for old Japanese movies. (We even got to see actors in full get-up!) Plus, there are a lot of souvenir shops, food stalls & other exhibits available. Best if you have kids - but we had a blast as adults anyway!
Ron Shirley II | May 30, 2018
A great surprise. I didn't intend to go here, because I am not familiar with alot of their work. I was wrong! Live action shows with ninja and samurai fighting just feet away from you, wonderful staff and plenty to do. It really is a great place to visit. Especially for kids.
Youki 2388 | Jun 24, 2018
Nice place to see and learn how Japan used to look like. Its actually used for filming movies, and if you were lucky you can see that. There are many attractions too. Overall you should visit here at least once.
Calvin Raido | Jun 16, 2018
Nice place to visit with friends or family. Inside is edo style period theme, a lot of ninja n samurai show.. and u can experience and learn about film making here.
Michael Vaughan | Jun 30, 2018
Great, if you're into tokusatsu. Live shows, ostensibly for kids, run regularly, and they even use the studio park for filming for their TV shows. Anime gallery is more like a couple of cabinets of figures with some animation cells in another case. Very pricey, and you get slugged here and there for entry to certain attractions, after paying the park entry, but overall very enjoyable.
Good Earth | Jul 5, 2018
Check the times on the schedule of events in the park. Don't miss the Ninja House. Leisurely fun for kids. Not much but not crowded.
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