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Ninja Trick House (Shinjuku, Tokyo) – A Fun Spot for Ninja Fans

ninja trick houseHad a fabulous time at the Ninja Trick House in Shinjuku. Highly recommend for Ninja Fans. Learn the difference between a ninja and samurai, sword tricks, ninja star throws and learn hidden tricks of the ninja. Great fun in a small or large group.

Located in a Shinjuku`s Kabukicho, and a short walk from the Samurai Museum, climb four flights of stairs and walk through a tiny Fushimi Inari that leads you to the Ninjaninja trick houseTrick House. Browse through their collection of Ninja stars, swords and manga prints in their entrance/gift shop then watch a short video on the history of the Ninja.
Enter the sword room to learn the ways the ninja made best use of their weapons and surroundings; find hidden compartments, tatami mat shields, umbrella swords and more. Move on to the next room to practice your sword swing and ninja star throw. Kids and adults will love the 40 minutes of ninja fun. Combine with the Samurai Museum for a great day activity. Reservations recommended.

Ninja Trick House Details:

ninja trick houseAddress: 2-28-13 Kazukiichi 1st Wakui Building 4th Floor (〒160-0021東京都新宿区歌舞伎町2-28-13)
Hours: 10:00 – 21:00 (Last Admission 20:30). Closed Tuesday & Wednesday.
Fee: 1000 yen per person. Children under age 3 are free.
Phone: +81 3-6457-3337
ninja trick houseAccess: 8 minutes from JR Shinjuku Station East Exit; 5 minutes from Shinjuku Station on the Seibu Shinjuku Line; 10 minutes from Shinjuku Sanchome Station.

P.S. Explore Kyoto and Osaka via our family-friendly recommendations, or take a weekend to explore Japan via our Tokyo Day Trip Archives.

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Ninja Trick House, Shinjuku – A Fun Spot for Ninja Fans

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