Toei Uzumasa Movie Village4.3
Toei Uzumasa Movie Village, also know as Kyoto Studio Park or Movie Land, offers some re-creations of Edo-period street scenes. This is an all-in-one touristy spot combining theme parks, period film sets and museums. You may even see a real TV production taking place before your eyes.
Visitors are given the opportunity to step back in time and experience Edo-era Japan. Costume rental is available to become a Samurai or Geisha, and the best part of it is you can stroll through the themed park to surprise your families and friends !
There are many different attractions and performances throughout the year, such as a very scary haunted house and a maze-like Ninja mansion adventure. If you have kids who are becoming sick of temples and shrines, this is a good place to spend a day.
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Airport/Sta.Osaka International Airport (about 35km) Google Transit
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3.0in the last week
Cute fountain with the head of human and in other place there was a dragon which show up from the pond but all looked old, need to add more innovated movie trick and show so visitors can feel the excitement. We went there on 13 May 2019 and it was so hot there in the outdoor area. The entrance ticket was over price since we also need to pay ticket fee for each attraction inside the studio if we would like to see them. I thought we could see a movie creation there but no, there is no such thing when we were there.
1.02 months ago
This park is absolutely theft of money. The entry price is 2200 yen so we logically thought that it covers every attraction inside. Practically besides the short shows of ninjas and little buildings that represent the antique way of japan’s Life style the rest cost money! There is huge amount of attractions inside and all of them costs between 500 -2000 ten each .
The shows are only in Japanese( except one in English ) so if you are tourists please save your precious time and do not go there. We were there for about 2 hours basically doing nothing and tried to understand what for they took from us such big amount of money .
This park suits only Japanese people or people that has no problem of waisting a lot of money.
5.0a month ago
Samurai sword fighting and ninja shows! Unfortunately the dialogue is in Japanese. The attractions were great - we did the haunted house, ninja mystery house, and trick art museum. The ninja mystery house is kind of an escape room experience. Great food options on-site.
1.02 months ago
If you speak Japanese maybe you can have a nice visit... EVERYTHING is in Japanese- almost NO ENGLISH !!!
You pay 2200 yen for entrance and it's doesn't cover the attractions inside - you need to pay another 500 yen for each if them extra..
Buildings and film area are nice but not worth to pay so much.
Also I got the feeling stuff really didn't care about foreign tourist there...again no english and no help at all.
This is not Disneyland - don't go here!!
1.0a week ago
The place was almost empty, and seemed run down. I went with someone who been there 10 years ago and they couldnt believe how bad it had become. You pay 2200 yen to enter the park, but once you get in there is almost nothing to do but go into a few small crappie shops. It looked like most of the things there were closed down. Very disappointed.