I am a descendant of the Ryukyu Kingdom that ruled most of the Ryukyu Islands from the 15th to the 19th century. I was Japan's representative in Tate—theatrical sword fighting—at the 2013 Monaco World Theater Festival. I also teach martial arts to Japanese people.
First, we’ll begin by dressing up in the traditional Japanese kimono. You’ll be able to choose your favorite because we have various types of kimono, band, and Hakama styles. Next, we’ll learn how to walk, how to bow, and how to perform samurai moves. Then we’ll practice pulling out the sword, returning the sword, setting it up, and slashing. Then we’ll finish by acting out a scene from a h…
The instructor responds to simple English. It take time to change clothes, so you can't change clothes when it come late. The Kimono set you wear is sold for 8,000 yen.
Kimono and sword
Please bring a T-shorts and shorts or tight to wear from under the Kimono. If you have socks please wear socks.