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The one and only Samurai Art Museum in Europe. Follow the fox Kitsune on an interactive journey. Discover one thousand original objects with digital media stations. A whole family experience!
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- Be blown away by exquisite armor, the tea ceremony and legendary swords.
- Ninja? Ronin? Samurai! Explore the unique storys accompanied by the fox Kitsune.
- Discover Europes one and only Samurai world in Berlin Mitte.
- Interactive media stations are a highlight for the whole family.
- Immerse yourself in the legendary culture known from movies and pop culture.
DescriptionDiscover Europe's one and only samurai museum with an skip the line ticket History meets high-tech: Enjoy a multimedia journey through the keystones of samurai culture. Explore the mysterious stories of knights from japan which has left its mark worldwide in film, manga anime or gaming Learn and see how the legendary swords were made Experience every 30 minutes Noh Theater and Taiko performances An unforgettable experience for the whole family!
IncludesSkip the line Entry ticket The Peter Janssen Collection Inspired by his passion for martial arts and Japanese culture, Peter Janssen acquired his first katana over forty years ago and has been collecting samurai artefacts ever since. What began with a find at a flea market in Berlin, has now grown into a collection of more than 4,000 objects that is unique outside Japan in terms of variets and scope. The Samurai Museum houses one of the largest private collections of authentic samurai artefacts worldwide. The pieces date from the late Kofun to the early Meiji period (6th - 19th century) and offer a fascinating insights into the development of Japanese culture and craftsmanship. The collection includes not only weapons and armour, but also textiles, paintings, woodblock prints, tea utensils, and Buddhist sculptures. Highlights of the collection are an 18th-century palanquin, a 17th-century armour of the Matsudaira clan and tea utensils from the time of Sen no Rikyū (1522–1591).
- The museum is located in the heart of Berlin near Alexanderplatz/ Museum Island. With the Samurai Flex Ticket you can skip the line. Go directly to the barrier at the entrance with your ticket on your smartphone. Enjoy your stay!