isn’t purely an Edo-themed park, unlike the rest. It’s an actual studio for Toei, producer of several movies and TV shows, notably the Super Sentai and Kamen Rider series, which are hits among children and feature Japan’s equivalent to superheroes. Most of the park looks like a village from the Edo period, but there are also buildings housing an anime museum and a superhero-themed area. As for the Edo-themed attractions, they’ve got the usual fare, as well as a street performance; a reenactment of being in a terakoya (traditional Japanese classroom), albeit one where you learn about film-making; a behind-the-scenes look at jidaigeki (period drama) film-making; a swordfighting lesson; and a guided tour around the park (only in Japanese, though).
Toei Studio Park (Kyoto)- A day at Edo Jidai
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