Samurai Films lets travelers at the Haneda Airport tape a scene as a samurai and have it edited into a professional-looking feature

Have you ever dreamt of being a samurai? Well now you can live your dream by flying to the Haneda Airport terminal, where a company named Samurai Film creates short scenes of travelers fighting like samurai. Led by movie stuntman Kenji Sato, the project allows those who partake to dress the part and battle ninjas, all documented in a short movie showcasing their swordsmanship. 

The entire process, including costume change, rehearsal and filming, takes 2 and a half hours and is available at the airport only on certain occasions. If you are flying into Haneda on March 9 through 11, you can sign up to film, though there is a fee involved. You can book your appointment online, but just make sure your layover is long enough to get your fight in without missing your flight!

Watch one of these finished fighting films below:

Samurai Film

Have you ever dreamt of being a samurai? Well now you can live your dream by flying to the Haneda Airport terminal, where a company named Samurai Film creates short scenes of travelers fighting like samurai. Led by movie stuntman Kenji Sato, the project allows those who partake to dress the part and battle ninjas, all documented in a short movie showcasing their swordsmanship. 

The entire process, including costume change, rehearsal and filming, takes 2 and a half hours and is available at the airport only on certain occasions. If you are flying into Haneda on March 9 through 11, you can sign up to film, though there is a fee involved. You can book your appointment online, but just make sure your layover is long enough to get your fight in without missing your flight!