Eat, train and fight like a real Japanese sumo wrestler during this sumo demonstration and authentic ‘Chanko Nabe’ (hotpot) lunch. Discover the history, training and rules behind the typical sumo match as you watch three real clashes. You can even try it yourself during a skirmish with a retired wrestler. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, dig into a tasty Chanko Nabe lunch, a filling meal of hotpot, rice, miso, salad, French fries and more, used by these hulking fighters to gain weight. Admission to the demonstration and lunch are both covered.
Get a unique perspective on the Great Wall of China when visiting Beijing in the winter. Combine the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall, a picturesque and less-visited section, with an afternoon of skiing at Huaibei Ski Resort on this package tour. Enjoy personalized service with a private guide and convenient round trip travel from your hotel.
Prepare for battle as you learn the skills of the samurai during this 1- or 2-hour class studying the basic techniques of these ancient Japanese warriors. Take the 1-hour session, providing an introduction to the basics of the samurai art, or choose the 2-hour course, practicing more complex movements using a sword and folding fan. When your class ends, enjoy a photo session with your samurai costume and receive a certificate of completion. This samurai session also includes an English-speaking guide and instructor and a 'tenugui,' a traditional Japanese towel.
Practicing yoga and meditation in the Himalayas is truly a spiritual experience and a dream for many who are on the spiritual path.The Annapurna Yoga Trek takes you on a beautiful journey, you will be surrounded by gigantic mystical mountains past ancient monasteries, through picturesque villages and luscious forests alongside some of the most colorful and religious people A chance to take your yoga and consciousness to new levels surrounded by the mighty Himalayas,one of the purest places in the world. The Annapurna Yoga Trek ultimately takes you to the heart of the Annapurna Base Camp situated at an altitude of 4130m, with breathtaking views of Annapurna I (8091m), Annapurna III (7937m), Annapurna IV (7525m), Gangapurna (7455m), and Machhapuchhre (6993m). One of the most popular treks in Nepal, Annapurna Yoga Trek, will leave you with a peaceful mind, soul and body whilst helping our social commitment to the area.
Experience winter in South Korea with a daylong ski package at Jisan Ski Resort. You’re transferred to the ski resort from your hotel in Seoul and greeted by a professional tour guide who offers a 90-minute ski lesson for beginners. With your ski equipment and gloves provided, all you have to do is hit the slopes and enjoy beautiful views of the entire valley.
Experience authentic, traditional and historical Ninja and Samurai training in English. Best things to do in Asakusa, Tokyo for Activity, Group, Couple, Solo, Kids, Family, Martial arts, Workout, Rain, Evening, City, Indoor and All seasons. You can watch performance and learn both ninja and samurai techniques, spirits and arts, ninja stars, ninja sword, samurai sword, ninja blowgun, various weapons, body operation and meditation with costumes.
Become a real ninja for the day during this 60-minute experience at the Jidai Academy Dojo in Tokyo. If you’ve ever want to learn about the techniques and culture of the ninja, this entry-level class is a great starting point. Don a real-life ‘ninja gi’ outfit to begin your training, making sure to pose for a few photos first. Among the skills you’ll learn are meditation and ‘Kuja-kiri’ (well-wishing), the ‘Embu’ (ancestor dedication) and an introduction to ninja weapons like the blowgun and ‘shruiken’ (ninja star), among others. You’ll also discover the ninja philosophy of ‘ku’ or no-self, focusing on minimizing conflict.
Learn the ancient arts of the ninja during this fun-filled introduction to key ninja techniques, culture and weapons. Get suited up in an authentic ‘ninja gi’ outfit as you begin your mental and physical training with an instructor in the ways of the ninja. Among the skills you’ll learn during your session are meditation and ‘Kuja-kiri’ (well-wishing), the ‘Embu’ (ancestor dedication) and an introduction to ninja weapons like the blowgun and ‘shruiken’ (ninja star), among others. You’ll also gain a newfound appreciation for key ninja philosophies like protecting others, community and freedom and have plenty of time for photo-taking at the end.
Immerse yourself in a Chinese cultural activity, by having a calligraphy plus ink and brush painting experience in Beijing. This workshop lets you make your own work of art. Benefit from having both a guide and a local artist by your side, you’ll practice using the tools of the trade: brushes, ink and paper. Then try your hand at writing Chinese characters in an artistic style and paint the famous Chinese Artist's work. All necessary supplies are provided, take your completed work home as a special souvenir of your cultural experience.
Learn about Japan’s fascinating samurai and ninja history through a museum tour, where you’ll see real clothing and equipment used by these legendary figures. Don’t struggle to understand the explanation plaques, as you’ll get a guided tour in English. Get the chance to dress up in samurai costume (or typical women’s dress if you prefer), learn how to use a samurai sword, or experience non-martial traditional activities.
Schedule of the tour is following.・Meeting: in front of the Asakusa sightseeing center.・I'll Guide you around the famous Kaminari-mon big gate, Sensouji temple and Gojunoto tower.・We'll visit local food stand. There are plenty of traditional foods.・Taking photos where you want.If you would like to wear kimono during the tour, I'll take you to the kimono rental shop.
Discover the secrets of traditional Vietnamese pottery without a time-consuming trip to one of the country’s rural ceramics villages. In this half-day pottery class, learn how to make all sorts of clay creations from a master artisan direct from Bat Trang, one of the country’s oldest ceramics villages. Get personalized guidance and answers to all your questions in this private session – no fighting to be heard from the back of the class.
Get your adrenaline pumping and make like a samurai during this 1.5-hour private sword lesson in Tokyo. Held in a ‘dōjō’ training center in Ginza, your lesson will be taught by a 7th-level sword master trained in the Hisui-style of of Iai sword drawing. You’ll learn about the history of curved katana swords and how to safely use them, before practicing chopping up mats with your own sword! You’ll even wear a traditional kimono like the samurai. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to see part of Japan’s culture, up close.
Take to the waves at one of Bali’s most beautiful beaches for a 2.5-hour surfing lesson at Kuta Beach. Master the basics with the help of an expert instructor, then head into the water to practice your newfound surf skills and perhaps catch your first wave! Lessons are suitable for complete beginners and are limited to four students per instructor.
There are many samurai-themed attractions in Kyoto but this tour lets you feel like a real samurai. Wear traditional clothing or armor and use a real samurai sword to cut tatami mats—a traditional way of testing sharpness and swordmanship.
Explore traditional Japanese culture with this guided experience in Tokyo. Begin with a class in authentic calligraphy and learn to write your name using kanji, the characters used in Japanese writing. Then, enjoy an authentic tea ceremony featuring Japanese sweets and matcha that you can whisk yourself. Finish with a trip to the picturesque Shinmei Hikawa Shrine.
The city we'll visit is called "knife city Sakai," known for its knives from about 450 years ago, and still their skills are alive and improving. However, not many people don't know about how the professionals work for one knife together and their history. Even sharpening knives are not familiar with people. We'd like to share the wonderful Sakai knives with you, and how to sharpen them. Let us make your trip to Japan a bit more interesting and fascinating.
At LAST SAMURAI, you will deepen your knowledge of samurai through courtesy, mold and armor. And at the end you will use the actual seriousness to do a "test-off". Exciting experiences that are not experienced in everyday life are waiting for you. In the old days, Ii, as well as sculpting techniques, were essential techniques to keep a fight or to protect oneself. Although it seems that such technology is not necessary in the present age, here at LAST SAMURAI I believe that learning about this technology, Zen under safe guidance will broaden spirituality and vision.It includes videos, testimonials, and whistles when you try out and it will be a great experience for anyone interested in Japan.
Raise your sword like a true samurai warrior during this flexible-length training session in Tokyo. Discover the samurai practice of ‘Kenbu Tachibana Ittoryu’ style, a special sword performance that’s been around for more than 80 years. During your class you’ll don a samurai outfit and train with the ‘katana’ (single-edge samurai sword) and enjoy a photo shoot to help commemorate your experience. Your outfit rental, an instructor and photo and video footage from the session are included.
Carving fruit and vegetables is a world-renowned Thai cooking-skill. Some things last longer than a holiday away - and this could be one of them. Learn a new way of preparing and presenting food. You might just walk away with new talents to impress your friends and colleagues with when you host your next dinner party.
Colored lanterns are a symbol of Hoi An, where locals believe they bring happiness, luck, and wealth. Bring home a souvenir with a difference, a lantern that you made yourself, after this fascinating class. Choose from a wealth of different silks then work with your instructor to craft a bamboo frame and create your lantern, which will fold away neatly into your luggage. Your class includes a Vietnamese tea tasting.
Make the popular winter sports resort of Jisan Forest your destination on this seasonal day trip from Seoul, which includes round-trip hotel transport, a guide and a pair of gloves to use. Blast down the ski slopes on your own or upgrade for a beginner’s lesson that includes gear rental: skis, boots, and poles. (Lift ticket is purchased at own expense, unless you have selected the option) You’ll have hours to ski to your heart's content on prime powder — just one reason South Korea was appointed to host the 2018 Winter Olympics.Please note: This seasonal tour runs annually between December and March. The dates are subject to change.
Professional Swordsmans will train youEvery person who hasn't no idea about Japanese swordsmanhop will be welcomed. Skilled Teacher will give you the interesting and hands-on sword experience. Family training is available, They leaned and felt Japanese impression and tradition. You can touch real armor and sword.Master is collecting real armor and sword. these are museum collection value items.