Jason Paul Goes Back in Time

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Nestled in the mountains of Nikko, Japan – home of famed Shrine and Unesco World Heritage Site Toshogu – you’ll find Edo Wonderland. A theme park like no other, everything including the food, houses, characters and entertainment in town replicate the experience of actually being in Japan during the 17th century Edo era.

Edo Wonderland served as both an inspiration and a backdrop for Jason Paul’s most recent adventure, which sees the German freerunner travel to Japan and join local athletes KENICHI, Zen (Red Bull Art of Motion 2011 participant), YAKUWA and YUUTAROU. Landing in the middle of a 17th century Japanese town, he’s surrounded by startled villagers, swift samurais and a group of ninjas who put his parkour skills to the ultimate test.

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  1. これ中毒性強いよね何回も見に来てる

  2. @ubisoft you have hope for a good parkour design in AC red.

  3. 就職先は『忍者🥷』に決まりっ‼︎ 😁

  4. I wonder if it’s really easy to outsmart those people if you are an expert in parkour and was sent back to ancient times

  5. ほんとに。このシーンの江戸の街パルクールPOV好きすぎる(๑♡∀♡๑)ꉂ🤣𐤔

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