[Hyogo/Awaji] Experience breaking tiles with cosplay! ? Karate tile breaking experience that anyone can easily try
Awaji tiles, a product of culture and tradition, have a history of over 400 years. There are thousands of types of ``Awaji tiles'' that have been passed down from generation to generation, including beautiful silver oxidized tiles. Because it is very strong, it is used for tiled roofs. At Karate Kaw...
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- A ``Tile Breaking Experience Dojo'' hidden in a tile production factory!
- Tile breaking photo spot
- Tile breaking experience dojo
- [Official website] Hyogo prefecture tourism site “HYOGO! Navi'
A ``Tile Breaking Experience Dojo'' hidden in a tile production factory!
After arriving at the site, what I saw was a tile production factory! ? Although it looks like a typical factory, there is actually a ``Tile Breaking Experience Dojo'' on the second floor. The staff will lead you through the factory and up to the second floor.
To enter the trial dojo, you cheerfully push open the door, saying "Tanomou~" as if you were breaking into the dojo.
Experience the extraordinary through cosplay!
At the cosplay costume corner, you can choose any cosplay costume you like! ! We have a set for each of them, including special attack uniforms and karate master suits. There are even mohawks and afro hairstyles! Please give it a try. For some reason, when I change my clothes, I feel like I have the confidence of a karate master. The cosplay effect is really great!
Can you choose the breakability of tiles?
For those who don't want to fail, you can choose from the "Wallaire" level, which even a 5-year-old can crack, to the "Black Belt" level, which requires a lot of spirit. Children and adults of all ages can easily take on the challenge!
It's time to take on the challenge!
Wear a gi, a supporter, and pretend to be a karate practitioner as you break tiles. Concentrate your mind and cheerfully shout “Osu” as you take on the challenge! ! Feel the tension you've never felt before and experience the exhilaration you've never experienced before!
Let's all see the bravery
The staff will be filming the entire tile breaking experience. After the experience, everyone can look back and have fun together.
Tile breaking photo spot
After experiencing tile breaking at the dojo, let's take Instagram-worthy photos at the photo spot!
Tile breaking experience dojo
Come to our tile breaking experience facility - ``Tile Breaking Experience Dojo'' and experience it as if you were a karate master!
[Official website] Hyogo prefecture tourism site “HYOGO! Navi'
The official website of Hyogo Tourism Headquarters, which provides tourist information for Hyogo Prefecture (Kobe, Himeji, Kinosaki, Awaji Island, etc.). In addition to introducing spots where you can enjoy seasonal scenery, we also introduce a lot of recommended travel information such as gourmet food, events, and experiences, so be sure to check it out!
Welcome to Hyogo Hyogo is a gateway to the Kansai region, which nurtures the blessed land that connects the Sea of Japan, the Chugoku Mountains, and the Seto Inland Sea, as well as the blessed climate. There are many spectacular views that will catch your eye, such as Himeji Castle, a World Heritage Site that was selected as one of the 100 Best Cherry Blossom Spots, and the panoramic night view from Mt. Rokko. The world-famous Kobe brand, KOBE BEEF, which is synonymous with Tajima beef, is one of Japan's leading beefs, and the sake rice ``Hyogo Yamada Nishiki'' is a gem that will surprise your tongue. Arima Onsen is a famous hot spring, and Kinosaki Onsen has appeared in many literary works. Surrounded by nature, you can relax your mind and body. You can come across memorable sounds such as the thunderous sounds of the whirlpools of Naruto on Awaji Island, and the dynamic sounds of the fireworks festivals held in various places in the summer. In the herb gardens and botanical gardens in the prefecture, you will be healed by the gentle and pleasant scent of herbs and flowers throughout the four seasons. Enjoy a new journey in Hyogo that stimulates the five senses of sight, taste, touch, hearing, and smell.
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