Himeji Film Commission
Newly listed locations
Hiromine ShrineHimeji city, Hyogo prefecture
At the end of the Nara period, when Kibi no Mabi returned from China in 733, he climbed Mt. Hakuhei in the Hiromine mountain range and received Gozu Tenno's trust. In 734, the main shrine building ...
Engyoji Temple, Mt. ShoshaHimeji City, Hyogo Prefecture
<The Last Samurai> and popular television dramas have been shot. The historical and natural landscape could be used for various scenes.
Himeji CastleHimeji City, Hyogo Prefecture
Akira Kurosawa's "Ran", "Kagemusha", and "007 You Only Live Twice" are the birthplace of many works. There are conditions for shooting.
Taiyo ParkHimeji City
Large-scale replicas of the renowned architectures and statues such as the Moai, the Merlion, the Statue of Liberby, the Great Wall of China, and so on are found in this vast park.
Hontokuji TempleHimeji City, Hyogo Prefecture
Spacious Japanese-style halls, magnificent wooden corridors and all parts of the temple could be used for samurai movies, etc.
Koko-en gardenHImeji City, Hyogo Prefecture
Koko-en is a facility with a full-scale Japanese garden of about 10,000 tsubo (approx. The appearance of the Edo atmosphere, such as the ``Oyashiki no Niwa'' with a stroll around the pond and the `...
Egret HimejiHimeji City, Hyogo Prefecture
A complex cultural facility adjacent to Otemae Park, south of Himeji Castle, a World Cultural Heritage National Treasure.
The design created by glass and white pipes is based on the image of the s...
Japan Toy Museum671-3 Nakanino, Kodera-cho, Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture
A two-star Michelin green guide toy museum representing Japan.
Approximately 90,000 items, including Japanese toys and dolls, traditional crepe crafts, and toys and dolls from 160 countries around...
Himeji Chamber of Commerce Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture
Filming is available on weekends and public holidays. Negotiable for weekdays.
Hafurida Shrine199 Kamikamae, Hayashida-cho, Himeji-shi
An ancient shrine with a long history called "Shikinaisha" since the middle of the Heian period. In the Edo period, it was called "Kifune Daimyojin". There are three stone lanterns donated by the f...