Speaking of samurai, he is as well-known as a Japanese warrior in the world as a ninja.
The samurai face the battle in armor and with a Japanese sword at his waist.
Since ancient times, the samurai followed "Bushido" and spared no effort for their lord.
Although there are no samurai in modern world, but the spirit of the samurai still exists today, just like the success of "Samurai Japan" at WBC2023.
Well, everyone who comes to Osaka Ukiyo-e Hotel has a chance to become a samurai.
Would you like to become a samurai in the 1st floor "Samurai Room"?
Taking commemorative photos in front of a green background or a gold folding screen will become a happy memory of your visit to Japan.
There are also props such as Japanese swords, samurai command boards, fans, and sake cups.
Let your friends in your home country see the photos, no doubt they will be surprised.
1st Floor – SAMURAI –

“Rekijo (Japanese female history buffs)” and “Princess warriors”

During Japan's Warring States Period, many warriors continued to fight.
But it was not only men who fought.
There were indeed female warriors who fought alongside the warrior generals with Japanese swords in their hands.
"Tomoe Gozen" in the Heian era (794-1185) and "Ii Naotora" in the Sengoku era (1467-1568) were famous female warrior lords.

In Japan, there are many women who love history, especially that of the Warring States period, known as "Rekijo".

"Rekijo" refers not only to history books and historical novels, but also to historical video games and anime that have triggered a love of history, and women who become interested in the people and anecdotes that appear in these works, visit places associated with them, and trace the history of their favorite warriors of the Warring States period.

Why don't you become a "Rekijo" and become a "Princess Warlord"?
It will be a unique and enjoyable memory.
1st Floor – SAMURAI –

“Irouchikake (Colorful Wedding Kimono)・Mikaeri Bijin (Looking Back at the Beauty) “

From the middle of the Muromachi period (around 1400 AD) to the Edo period in Japan, the uchikake figure, in which an outer cover was worn on top of the kimono, was the formal attire for women in samurai's family.
Due to its luxurious and gorgeous beauty, Irouchikake (outer cover) is very popular among rich people and wealthy farmers.
In modern Japan, brides wear Irouchikake at weddings to show off their beauty.

In the "Samurai Room", you can take pictures of yourself wearing a Irouchikake and looking back. Why don't you make memories with a beautiful figure like the ukiyo-e "Mikaeri Bijin"? You can take a picture in front of the gold folding screen with someone wearing armor, or you can take a picture by yourself. Please enjoy the good time.



Every day, one group every hour starting from 10 am.
The experience time is 45 minutes.
Please let us know your desired date and time when you make a room reservation. If you have a prior engagement, we may ask you to change it.


"Japanese armor wearing experience"
① 10,000 yen for 1 person
② 18,000 yen for 2 persons
③ 24,000 yen for 3 persons

"Irouchikake (Japanese Dress Outer Cover) Photography"
① 5,000 yen for 1 person
② 8,000 yen for 2 persons
③ 10,000 yen for 3 persons

※One Japanese armor wearing experiencer can take a photo with one Irouchikake experiencer for free.

※Opening commemorative special offer: To commemorate the opening of Osaka Ukiyoe Hotel, at the current stage, the following preferential prices are specially offered for you to experience. Please come and try it out.

■Limited time fee■
"Japanese armor wearing experience"
① 6,000 yen for 1 person
② 10,000 yen for 2 persons
③ 15,000 yen for 3 persons

"Irouchikake (Japanese Dress Outer Cover) Photography"
① 3,000 yen for 1 person
② 5,000 yen for 2 persons
③ 7,000 yen for 3 persons
※One Japanese armor wearing experiencer can take a photo with one Irouchikake experiencer for free.

Please Note

This experience is only available to guests staying in the hotel.
We do not allow guests who are not staying at the hotel to participate in the experience.

※If you like Japanese armor, we also sell it. Please click "Cool Japan Store" for details.



The Armor Experience is for visitors to enjoy wearing our reinforced plastic armor "Buko" and have their picture taken with it.

If you would like to try on the armor, please select it as an option when you make your reservation.

Please note that if an experience begins late due to customer's personal circumstances, the end time will remain the same.