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Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters on The Hub TV Network

Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters is a new television series on The Hub TV Network. When I first heard about the show, I just knew that it would be right up my boys’ alley. “Kaijudo is the story of Raiden Pierce-Okamoto, aka Ray, a talented 14-year-old boy, and the two worlds in which he lives. One is the real world much like our own, and the other is a fantastical world of creatures, a parallel world made up of five civilizations, visible only to a chosen few.”

My kids quite enjoy following Ray and his fantastical adventures – especially since they wish it was them. They get all dressed up in their Kaijudo headbands, and sneak around the house as if they are in Ray’s world, and they are Kaijudo masters.

I was sent a party pack from MommyParties, which included the following:

  • DVD Screener with episodes 2 and 3
  • “Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel masters” Media Disc: which has scene art, logo and promo video
  • “Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters” Poster, which has been autographed by the show’s creators
  • “Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters” branded martial arts headbands

My boys were very excited to get together with some of the neighborhood boys to get a sneakpeek at the new show. They geared up with their Kaijudo headbands, ate snacks and watched the show. I was even sent a few fun recipes and activities, to complete our viewing party. We took the party outside and played the Bob and Weave Relay, which comes from some of Ray’s battle moves.

Here is what you need to play the Bob and Weave Relay:

Two serving trays or lightweight books


  • 1. Form two equal teams and have each team line up single file with about three feet between each player.
  • 2. Give a player on each team the serving tray or book and have them balance it on the top of their head.
  • 3. Players must weave in and out of their teammates while bobby their head, without dropping the tray or book.
  • 4. Players who drop the item on their head must start over.
  • 5. The first team whose members all successfully complete the obstacle course wins!
I think it’s fabulous to take any event and turn it into a party. I do this for the kids and myself, with my own friends. I don’t see anything wrong with celebrating the little things in life!

Be sure to check out “Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters” on The Hub TV Network.


I was provided with a Kaijudo party pack, from MommyParties. All opinions expressed are my own.

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