You Can Now Undergo Ninja Training in Tokyo’s House of Tricks
Learn how to throw a shuriken!
Ninja Trick House
Daiichi Wako Bld. 4F 2-28-13 Kabukicho, Shinjuku, Tokyo
Open from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily except on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Last admission is at 6 p.m. Admission fee is ¥1,500 per person.
The Ninja Trick House is an interactive, child-friendly learning facility where visitors can experience what it’s like to be a ninja. Navigate through a house of tricks, throw shurikens and wield a katana, and learn the difference between the samurai and the ninja.
Learn how to wield a katana
It feels really good to hit the target!
The ninja room has many hidden tricks. Try to get a feel of how ninjas effectively find their way around each of these rooms.
How many hidden doors can you find in this room?
It’s the perfect place to kill time in between activities since the whole experience lasts for about 30 to 35 minutes. Both kids and adults will definitely enjoy this unique Japanese experience.
Ninja artifacts and memorabilia are sold at the shop.
Reservations can be made through the website, but walk-in visits are also welcome. Do take note that weekend slots fill up really fast, so make sure to book your session ahead of time.
Provided by Karaksa Media Partner (13 February 2019)