Want to learn how to use sword? why not learning from last SAMURAI?





Ninja was a covert agent during the Kamakura(1185-) era to Edo era ( – 1868). They used to work individually or under powerful feudal lords (daimyo, in Japanese) and committed some intelligence assessment, sabotage, infiltration tactics and assassination. They are widely known for their very unique technique, practice and equipment.

In this Samurai academy, you can practice the real Samurai technique taught by the descendant of actual former Samurai family.







【Name】Jidai Academy Dojo – The Musashi Ichizoku

【Address】Jidai Academy Dojo 3-5-6 Tabata, Kitaku, Tokyo


【Access】4min walk from the North exit of Tabata station on the JR line.

If you are taking course in English, their English speaking trainer will meet you at the North exit of Tabata JR station.




【URL】English / Spanish






【Reservation by Email】office@musashi.ninja




Price and Plans


5 Basic Techniques (120 min): 15,000 JPY (approx. 122 USD) per person (minimum number of participant: 1)

3 Basic Techniques (90 min): 12,000 JPY (approx. 98 USD) per person (minimum number of participants: 2)

Timing: Weekday 10:00, 13:00, 16:00

       Saturday 14:30

       Sunday   Anytime between 10:00 – 20:00


Battoh-Kenjutsu (120min) (meditation+basic movements+1 sword fighting form): 15,000 JPY (approx. 122 USD) per person (minimum number of participant: 1)

Basic Battoh (90min) (using wooden sword, meditation + basic movement): 12,000 JPY (approx. 98 USD) per person (minimum number of participants: 2)

Timing: Weekday   10:00, 13:30, 16:00

       Sunday   Anytime


Ninja & Samurai (4hours and 15min: 13:00 – 17:15): 30,000 JPY (approx. 244 USD) per person (minimum number of participant: 2)

Ninja & Samurai (3hours and 15min: 9:30 – 12:45): 23,000 JPY (approx. 187 USD) (minimum number of participants: 2)


Be A Shinobi for A Day (a 60 min seminar for a group of more than 10 people): 150,000 JPY (approx. 1,220 USD) per a seminar (15,000 JPY (approx. 122 USD) per 30min for extension)


Surprise Party (60 – 90min in Tokyo area): 60,000 JPY (approx. 488 USD)

Ninja & Samurai Show (10min – 60min for more than 30 people): Please inquire for the price

Ninja / Samurai Hands-on Seminar (5 – 50min for less than 30 people): 100,000 JPY (approx. 813 USD)

Learn Samurai Swordsmanship at Your Place (60 – 90min for small group or families in Tokyo area): 60,000 JPY (approx. 488 USD)


Timing: Every Sunday at 11:30

Place: Kawachiya Restaurant in Shibamata  

Address: 7-6-16 Shibamata, Katsushika, Tokyo 125-0052 (GOOGLE MAP) Tel: 03-3657-4151 (Japanese only) 11:00 – 19:00)

Half day tour of traditional lunch and entertainment (wearing Ninja outfit, guidance of traditional Ninja movement and visit to the Taishakuten Temple): 18,000 JPY (approx. 146 USD) for adult and 14,000 JPY (approx. 114 USD) for child.


Place: The Jidai Academy Dojo

Cost: 1 – 3 people: 125,000 JPY (approx. 1,016 USD)     5 people: 155,000 JPY (approx. 1,260 USD)

4 people: 140,000 JPY (approx. 1138 USD)

Time: 4 hours in AM (8am – noon) or PM (13:30 – 17:30)

The last Samurai, Joe Okada will teach you how to cut apple in the air.


Ninja or Samurai experience on the Atakemaru, the flagship of the 3rd shogun, Iemitsu Tokugawa.

Price: 80,000 JPY (approx. 651 USD) + fare (3,600 JPY (approx. 29 USD) per person)

Time: 12:45 – 14:25 / 13:45 – 15:15 / 14:35 – 16:05




How to Enjoy


You will be enjoying your very unique Ninja experience even more by reading about the Ninja history, their techniques and their weapons (description).

Moreover, if you are interested in Ninja’s weapons or their costumes, you can also purchase them at the academy (store).






  • Credit card or travelers’ checks cannot be acceptable, cash in Japanese Yen only.
  • Cancellation fee will apply.
  • Participants must be over 12 years old.
  • Young participant under age of 11 must be accompanied by a guardian.
  • It costs 1,000 JPY per a spectator over 12 years old for plan for E01 – E03.
  • Please always follow the guidance of your instructor carefully.

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