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Mishima Dojo

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Tekken 7
Mishima Dojo
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Mishima Dojo in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Universe Tekken
Appears in Ultimate
Home stage to Kazuya
Availability Downloadable
Crate type Normal
Maximum players 8
Bolded tracks must be unlocked
Ultimate Tekken series music
Main: Kazuya Mishima, Devil Kazuya (Remix)
Alternate: Dojo (Japanese-Style Mix)
Tournament legality
Ultimate Singles: Banned
Doubles: Banned

Mishima Dojo (三島道場, Mishima Dojo) is a downloadable stage in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, based on the location of the same name from the Tekken series. It is the home stage of Kazuya, and is bundled with him as part of Challenger Pack 10.

Stage overview[edit]

Mishima Dojo with its walls and ceiling broken.

The stage's layout is primarily flat, with walls and ceiling sections blocking the left, right and upper blast zones. These can be broken by being attacked or if a fighter is launched into them, with a Special Zoom usually occurring in the latter event. After being broken, they will repair themselves after a certain amount of time has passed. Heihachi Mishima can be seen in front of the large Fudō Myōō statue in the center of the stage, sitting faced away from the action with his arms crossed. When the fighters hit the walls and ceiling, he'll react to it by looking left and right, depending on which walls and ceilings fighters hit. He'll get up, cross up his arms and react to KOs once parts of the walls and ceilings are broken. He does not appear in the background in 8-player battles.

There is a small inscription on the floor that roughly translates to "Kazumi and Heihachi." This is a reference to Tekken lore, where both carved their names into the floor as a symbol of their love.

Ω form and Battlefield form[edit]

For the Ω form and Battlefield form, the walls and ceiling are permanently broken and the stage now floats far above the surface, and thus the stage's ledge walls do not extend below the blast line. The stage is also resized and reshaped to match Final Destination and Battlefield, respectively. The three soft platforms of the Battlefield form are wooden and resemble the wood flooring of the main platform.

Hazards off[edit]

The stage remains unchanged with hazards turned off.


Mishima Dojo as it appears in Tekken 7.

The stage is designed around the Mishima Dojo as it appears in Tekken 7, compared to its damaged version in the console port, Tekken 7: Fated Retribution. While the walls and ceiling can not break in Mishima Dojo, they are able to in other Tekken stages; as a gameplay element introduced in Tekken 6 called Wall Break. On the floor of the stage, it is possible to see the names of Heihachi and his deceased wife Kazumi Hachijo in an aiaigasa, which were engraved by them when they first fell in love. This detail is present in the original appearance of Mishima Dojo in Tekken 7, and originates from another similar stage in Tekken 2, Pagoda Temple.

Tournament Legality[edit]

Mishima Dojo is widely banned in tournaments due to the the stage being enclosed by two walls and a celing at the start of every match. This can allow for infinites under specific circumstances. While the walls and ceiling are destructible to mitigate this issue, the blast zones are close to the stage, heavily favoring characters with high base knockback once the walls are broken.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese 三島道場 Mishima Dojo
UK English Mishima Dojo
France French Mishima Dojo
Germany German Mishima Dojo
Spain Spanish Mishima Dojo
Italy Italian Mishima Dojo
China Chinese (Simplified) 三岛道场 Mishima Dojo
Taiwan Chinese (Traditional) 三島道場 Mishima Dojo
South Korea Korean Mishima Dojo
Netherlands Dutch Mishima Dojo
Russia Russian Мисима-додзе Mishima Dojo


The HP of the various dojo surfaces labelled. Note the pattern of the HP declining as distance from the ledges increases.