2015年10月07日水曜日

【Plan 9】 Chiba Samurai Experience Become a warrior and film a samurai movie

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Starring YOU! Take down professional stuntmen!

Samurai Film Fighting
Become A Swordsman! Samurai Movie Plan

Introducing a plan where you can become a swordsman and film a samurai movie where you fight professional stuntmen. After learning classic martial arts and the art of drawing your sword from a world-famous professional sword fight choreographer, start filming right away. Experience stealth, movement, and continued awareness that you can only learn from a Japanese sword fight choreographer and become the star of your own samurai action scenes! You can also receive a tutorial about the choreography of your choice, from movements that embody the heavy feeling of Kurosawa movies to speedy performances like those in anime. After filming, your movie will be edited and sent to you at a later date.


“How can I make myself look cool?” Mr. Sato will teach you all the details you need to know


Feel free to take commemorative photos during breaks between filming. Questions about what poses look best are welcome!

The iaigatana sword is made of wood! The weight is easy for both men and women to handle!

 

A New Story Unfolds
*Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 are both complete stories

Chapter 1 “I Am Resurrected” A single samurai loses their life. But that area was the legendary “land of resurrection”. After coming back to life, hordes of assassins rush in to attack.
Chapter 2 “Mt. Fuji Across the Waves” A samurai races through the forest while being chased by assassins. An action-packed chase scene.

 

More and more dramatic movies starring participants who saw our winter issue are being completed!

Under the direction of a professional, women and children can also film intense and dramatic scenes. A perfect match for families wanting to make memories together!

With samurai, swords, and swordplay, it’s like a scene from a movie! Foreign participants are also welcome!

*The videos are an excerpt of the total footage filmed
 

Itinerary

① Check-in, change into costumes, explanation (20 minutes)
Choose your kimono and put on Japanese straw sandals (waraji)!
*If you are not sure you can wear the sandals, please bring comfortable shoes
② Part 1 Basic sword fight training
An action movie director will personally teach you about basic performance techniques, such as movement, footwork, and how to use a sword! Can even a total beginner become a famous swordsman?!
③ Part 2 Filming (Total 180 minutes for ② and ③)
Perform and film action scenes with professional stuntmen. The tension will make it feel like you’re on set for a real historical drama!
④Closing, change out of costumes (10 minutes)

Meet the Director!

Kenji Sato

After joining Kurata Promotion Company in 1990, he became independent in 2005 and has been active as a stuntman and martial arts coach in both Japan and other countries. He recently won the Best Stuntman Award in the 2015 Japan Action Awards, hosted by the Japan Actors Union. Some of his representative works include The Last Samurai, Biohazard 4 and 5, 47 Ronin, The Wolverine, Rurouni Kenshin 1 and 2, and more.

 

Basic Info

■Plan Number
9
■Dates
① Inohanatei Chapter 1 “I Am Resurrected”
(Sat.) 3/12, (Sun.) 3/13, (Mon.) 3/21, (Sat.) 4/16, (Sun.) 4/17, (Sun.) 4/30
(Sun.) 5/1, (Wed.) 5/4, (Thu.) 5/5, (Sat.) 5/28, (Sun.) 5/29
② Inage Seaside Park
Chapter 1 “I Am Resurrected”
(Sat.) 3/5, (Sun.) 3/6, (Sat.) 3/19, (Sun.) 3/20, (Sat.) 3/26, (Sun.) 3/27
(Sat.) 4/2, (Sun.) 4/3, (Sat.) 4/9, (Sun.) 4/10, (Sat.) 4/23, (Sun.) 4/24, (Fri.) 4/29
Chapter 2 “Mt. Fuji Across the Waves”
(Sat.) 5/7, (Sun.) 5/8, (Sat.) 5/14, (Sun.) 5/15, (Sat.) 5/21, (Sun.) 5/22

■Time
Morning session: 8:30 – 12:00
Afternoon session: 12:30 – 16:00

■Required time
3 hours, 30 minutes (reception, 20 minutes to change into costume, instruction on swordplay and performance, 180 minutes of filming, 10 minutes to change back)
■Registration deadline
17:00, 2 days before
■Prices
10,000 yen per person / 18,000 yen for parent-child participants (one adult and one child under 18)
*Tabi socks and waraji (Japanese straw sandals) will require a fee (for purchase or rental). You may bring your own tabi socks and waraji. Costumes are rented at no extra cost.
■Minimum participants
4
■Maximum participants
10 (in order of registration)
■Things to bring
Clothes you can move around in (shorts, V-neck T-shirts, tabi socks or toe socks, etc.)
■Meeting spot
① Inohanatei (Chiba Castle) ② Inage Seaside Park, in front of the pool maintenance building
■Parking
① Paid parking available nearby
② 300 yen for up to 2 hours, 100 yen per hour after that (maximum 600 yen for 24 hours)
■Access
① From JR Chiba Station, take a bus headed for Daigaku Byouin (大学病院行) or Minami-Yahagi (南矢作行), ride 8 minutes and get off at Kyodokan-mae (郷土館前), then walk 3 minutes. Other routes: 15-minute walk from JR Hon-Chiba Station. 7-minute walk from Chiba Urban Monorail Kenchomae Station.
② Take the Kaihin Kotsu bus bound for Seaside Park (海浜公園入口行) from bus stop #2 at the south exit of JR Inage-kaigan Station (Keiyo Line), ride until the last stop, and walk 5 minutes.
■Note
Will be cancelled if it rains. Participation is open to anybody in good health aged 6 years or older. In case of cancellation, you will be notified by 17:00 the day before.

[Hosted by] Care Green, Inc.

① Inohanatei (Chiba Castle)

Meeting spot:1-6 Inohana, Chuo-ku, Chiba City (inside Inohana Park)
http://inohanatei.com/

② Inage Seaside Park

Meeting spot:7-2-1 Takahama, Mihama-ku, Chiba City
http://www.cga.or.jp/004005/

 

Reservations

Care Green, Inc.
Reservation Form

Caution

On the day of your reservation, please go to the designated meeting spot 15 minutes before your reservation.
Please pay the fees in Japanese yen when you arrive on the day of your reservation.

FAQ

Q: Can I make a reservation when a plan is already full?
A: Yes, you can. If someone cancels, your reservation will then already be in place.

Q: Is there a cancellation fee?
A: There are no cancellation fees. If you must cancel, please be sure to contact the event host in advance, as there may be others on a waitlist to participate.

Q: Do I get something if I make a reservation?
A: No, we don’t use tickets or anything like that.

Q: Can I pay in advance?
A: No, I’m afraid not. All plans must be paid in cash on site.

*There is a possibility that each plan may be photographed.
*Please be aware that you may end up being photographed as well.

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