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[Samurai & Ninja Festival 2019]

Rediscover your love for samurai and ninja! A day full of excitement

Samurai, ninja, and kacchu armor squads from all over Japan come together for the "Dai Musha Gyoretsu". You will also enjoy powerful performances by modern "samurai" and "ninja". A variety of events will be held, including collaborative projects by different squads, sword battles, combat lessons where you can experience "slaying" and "being slain", hawking and matchlock gun demonstrations, samurai armor to try on, ninja experiences, and much more! Booths with gourmet food and tourist information will be there, too. Whether you're coming with family, or are yourself a big fan of the Sengoku period, this event will be a blast! Come experience the laughter and excitement.
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The "Dai Musha Gyoretsu opening ceremony" where all the Bushotai, Ninjatai and Kacchutai take to the field.
Upper left: "Staged demonstrations by Bushotai and Ninjatai" from all over the country (Posted photo is of the "Tokugawa Ieyasu & Hattori Hanzo Ninja party"). Upper right: A sword battle between the eastern and western armies. Kids can play safely since the swords are made of sponge! Bottom: They're so loud they shake the earth! This traditional matchlock gun demonstration will make you feel as though you are back in the Sengoku period.
Date November 10th, 2019
Time 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Location 1-1 Aza Takayama, Odaka-cho, Midori Ward, Nagoya City, Aichi (Mt. Wakakusa and the neighboring area in Odakaryokuchi)
Phone "Samurai & Ninja Festival 2019" Secretariat
+81-52-962-2822 (Japanese only)
Admission fee Free
Access Take the Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line from "Meitetsu Nagoya Station" close to "Nagoya Station" of JR Tokaido Shinkansen for approx. 30 minutes, alight at "Meitetsu Sakyoyama Station" and walk for approx. 20 minutes.
* Please check the official website for details of other programs.
* The program schedule is subject to change.

updated on Aug 29, 2019

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