Where was the series "Shogun" filmed?

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Entered into production for several years, but also affected by the pandemic, the series "Shogun" finally premiered on Disney Plus. "Shogun" has 10 episodes and was filmed in Canada, but has a mostly Japanese cast.

Starring Cosmo Jarvis, Hiroyuki Sanada and Anna Sawai. Cosmo Jarvis, who we know from Netflix's "Persuasion," is John Blackthorne, aka Anjin-san; Hiroyuki Sanada ("Lost: Castaways", "John Wick: Chapter 4") is Toranaga; and Anna Sawai ("Furious and Fast 9") plays Mariko-san.

FX's Shōgun, an original adaptation of James Clavell's bestseller, was created for television by Rachel Kondo & Justin Marks. The 10-episode series is set in 1600s Japan at the dawn of a century-defining civil war, writes tvmania.ro.

The entire Shōgun series was filmed on location in Vancouver, and expert consultants from Japan were recruited to work with the Canadian team, turning into a harmonious collaboration between Eastern and Western talent to tell a story truly authentic Japanese.

To ensure period compliance, the sets, locations, backstage, props, and buildings created for Shōgun were faithfully designed to convince both viewers and the cast that they had stepped into feudal Japan in the 1600s.

Filming sets included two extensive outdoor structures, a remote mountain location and two huge recording studios that included all the interiors of Osaka Castle, the gardens, a Catholic mission and parts of the imposing Erasmus ship. A huge virtual set was also used for blue screen and visual effects filming, where impossible scenes were brought to life.

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