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Training with Japanese sword

Jidai Tate Training

This training focuses on the fundamentals of how to move the body and use the sword.

Warm up, basic training, choreography.

Day Tuesday from 11:00am to 13:00pm

Tools needed daitou(Wooden sword about 40 inches long), man’s obi (Kimono belt for men) or martial arts belt. If you do not have one, you can rent a set with a wooden sword and obi.

Please contact us if you are interested. We will send you more details.

What is a Tate?

In the past, there were no words such as “stunt” or “action” in Japan, and the fights that happened in plays, movies, and TV dramas have been called “Tate” or “Gito”. Especially when weapons are used, it is often called a Tate

What is a Jidai Tate?

In Japan, there has long been a genre of shows and movies called jidaigeki (period show/ film), which are based on the historical background of the period from 794 to 1889. Each group calls it a different way, but we call the fights supposed to happen during the times when we were wearing kimonos and samurais existed as “Jidai Tate”

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