As an Oni Ronin holder, you have commercial rights to do whatever you want with your NFT.
Oni Ronin tokens (Oni, Fallen, & Golden) provide membership to the Big Head Club.
To date, we have made donations to Stop AAPI hate in the amount of 6.620928 ETH.
Access to multi-session interactive samurai history lessons given by an accredited university level history professor.
Participation in haiku writing seminars, an art-form Samurai practiced extensively.
Guided zazen (zen meditation) sessions from Tokozenji temple to awaken the true self, and start on a path to spiritual enlightenment.
Authentic virtual tea ceremonies from a traditional tatami tea room in Kyoto with an expert Japanese tea master for our community to immerse itself in the culture, arts, and zen of this tradition.
Online classes on the art of traditional flower arrangement that samurai historically cherished as one of their spiritual interests as each arrangement was viewed as a reflection of their own mortality.
Everyone who minted before 4pm PDT on Wednesday October 27th gained 1 entry into our raffle, and those who put their Oni through the Trial of Ascension gained 3 more. The winner of the draw will go on an incredible trip to Kyoto, Japan worth 3eth.
Any Ronin minted between numbers 4028 and 4888 will be entered into a draw to win another incredible trip to Kyoto, Japan worth 3eth.
Anyone who collects all ten shades of Fallen Ronin, sends them to RoninHell.eth and then emails firstname.lastname@example.org to let him know will get a custom Oni Ronin designed by the artist Maldoror with their input.
Oni Ronin members will be randomly rewarded for not having your Fallen Ronin listed on the secondary market.
Whether that’s free Ronin, free Eth or other ideas, we can guarantee you want to keep those Fallen delisted.
Oni Ronin owners will be able to claim a companion Kitsune NFT for every Oni Ronin they hold.
Members-only exclusive merch with limited edition items that token holders can choose to buy.
Virtually Explore Mount Fuji, which became known as “the mountain that does not even fall in battle” and was a popular place among samurai of later centuries. This online experience shares the history and culture of Mt. Fuji and the surrounding areas from a local’s perspective.
Travel virtually through Kyoto and visit its unique world heritage sites with a real tour guide and learn about its history.