Kaito Suiju is master of the Hisui school of battōjutsu and instructor at Hisui Tokyo. He has been teaching katana sword fighting for decades and is of samurai descent. Master Suiju rates the realism of katana sword scenes in movies, including skills of actors, the way they hold and train with the swords, as well as the choreography of fights. He also debunks some of the commonly-accepted myths and legends around samurai history and culture, and points out where Hollywood gets it wrong. During the video Master Suiju demonstrates the correct method of how to grip and move with a katana sword, as well as talking us through the different parts of the sword.

Master Suiju rates Japanese-language movies including “Harakiri” (1962), “Yojimbo” (1961), “13 Assassins” (2010), “The Sword of Doom” (1966), “Rurouni Kenshin Part I: Origins” (2012) as well as anime such as “Samurai Champloo” (2004).
And Hollywood movies such as “John Wick Chapter 3 – Parrabellum” (2019),”The Last Samurai” (2003) and Kill Bill Vol.1 (2003). He also looks at a fight between Maeve (Thandi Newton) and Musashi (Hiroyuki Sanada) in HBO’s “Westworld” (2020).

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Samurai Sword Master Rates 10 Japanese Sword Scenes In Movies And TV | How Real Is It?

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  1. Lots of detailed insight in the reviews on the one. There was a series of movies, The Blind Swordsman, back in the day…..would be good to review one.

  2. This Samurai has a very impressive personality. Teaches us to adopt some manners.

    I got some movies to watch now 😋

  3. “First was The Mexican with Brad Pitt,then the Last Samurai with Tom Cruise, coming soon the last African on Earth with Tom Hanks.” Paul Mooney.

  4. 9:14 I am really impressed to see him just manage to block the attack with the iron plate of his geta sandals. It's very difficult indeed.

  5. I'm so glad that he appreciated the Last Samurai scenes. And the Westworld scene, and those from Kill Bill… 😅

  6. The solemnity in which he holds himself and states his observations and critiques makes me value his opinion even more.

  7. this master didn't point out mistakes and negatively opinions, instead he spits out facts and explains the movements and the purpose of it instead of pointing the bad parts, honestly I mostly could not notice some other master can point out as a bad move

  8. An honoroble humble man… he said not one negative word… appreciated everything even though all of it was movie play fighting… we have much to learn from this gentleman…

  9. The difference between this master and the Larper who did the other reviews. This master enjoyed the shows while analyzing the movements. The other just pointed out things to make it seem he knows what he is talking about in reality he is just a LARPER with moustache and does sword dances. This master honed skills through hard strict traditions . The longsword larper is a hobby master a.k.a Larper upgraded.

  10. Thank you! This is a very rare type and level of expertise that I hadn't expected to see in this series! I look forward to more esoteric expert analysis of skills employed in pop culture material!


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