Print
Others

Choose by theme

Toei Uzumasa Eigamura Movie Museum

Uzumasa used to be called the "Hollywood of Japan." Many movies were shot here. It gives you an opportunity to learn about the history of Japanese film culture, while also enjoying various attractions, including seeing "real" samurai and ninja. You can also turn into a samurai or a princess, not only by putting on the right costume but with real disguises, including wigs and makeup - then walk around the movie land and take pictures. You can also see historical movies and TV shows being shot. And don't miss the thrilling haunted house, which will make your spine tingle. This is certainly a tourist spot not to be missed by anyone interested in Japanese movies or samurai.

Address :
10 Uzumasa, Hachigaoka-cho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto City
Telephone :
075-864-7716
Business Hours :
Mar 1st - Nov 30th: 9:00am - 5:00pmDec 1st- End of February: 9:30am - 4:00pm(You must be inside 30 minutes prior to the last departure.)
Closed :
Dec 24th - Dec 31th
Access :
Kyoto City Bus to "Toei Uzumasa Movie Land".Keifuku Railway to "Uzumasa Kouryuji",5 min walk.JR Line to "hanazono" or "Uzumasa",13 min walk.
Fee :
General: 2,200 yen
Junior/Senior High School Students: 1,300 yen
Children: 1,100 yen
Special discounts available for groups of 25 people or more)
Additional fees required for historical costumes, disguises and attractions.

page top