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Uzumasa eigamura (Toei Kyoto Studio Park)

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This movie theme park features open movie sets for shooting samurai movies. The settings include Yoshihara, an old red-light district, The Pavilion of Zenigata-Heiji, a famous detective in the Edo-era (1600-1867), and the quarters of the Shinsengumi, a group of masterless samurai who policed Kyoto to protect the Tokugawa Shogun in the Edo-era.
 
Here you can learn about the history of Japanese film while also enjoying other attractions, including seeing samurai and ninja. You can also turn into a samurai or princess with top-rate costumes including wigs and makeup.

Uzumasa eigamura (Toei Kyoto Studio Park)
Address: 10 Uzumasa-Higashihachigaokacho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto 616-8586
Tel.: 075-864-7716
Access: 5-minute walk from Keifuku Railway Uzumasa Station on the Arashiyama Line, 13-minute walk from JR Hanazono Station on the JR Sagano Line, 5-minute walk from City Bus Stop Uzumasa-eigamura-michi stop/Kyoto Bus Stop Eigamura-mae
Parking: 100 buses 3000 yen/400cars 1000 yen
Wheelchair accessible: Yes
Hours: 9:00-17:00 (9:30-16:00 Dec-Feb)
Closed: 12/24-12/31
Entrance Fee: Adults 2200 yen/Junior High School Students 1300 yen/Children 1100 yen

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