The most iconic character of the X-Men universe, Logan (Hugh Jackman) travels to modern day Japan. Out of his depth in an unknown world he will face a host of unexpected and deadly opponents in a life-or-death battle that will leave him forever changed.


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The Japanese prisoners of war camp outside Nagasaki is shot in Bonna Point Reserve, NSW, Australia
Parts of Picton was created to resemble snow-swept Canadian region of Yukon for the filming of Wolverine. Menangle St in Picton was where Wolverine filmed action sequences in the a ...
The Funeral at Tokyo is shot at Zojoji Temple, Tokyo, Japan
In the Pachinko Parlour in Tokyo, Japan
At the Fukuyama Station, Hiroshima, Japan
Four blocks of Parramatta's city centre were transformed into a downtown Japanese city. The unit made sure Parramatta appeared truly Japanese, including signs on bus stops, street  ...
Wolverine spends the night with Okamoto in a Love Hotel. The cubic building shown as a Love Hotel in the film is actually not a Love Hotel, but Nakagin Capsule Tower, a mixed-use  ...
The filming unit recreated Japan in the small town of Picton in NSW Australia and covered it with artificial snow
In one of the most spectacular train fight-scenes ever-filmed, Wolverine takes an unconventional ride on Japan’s super speedy Shinkansen bullet trains.

The harbour city's Chinese Gardens have been transformed into a Japanese shrine for this scene from The Wolverine

View of the Port City, Tomonoura, Fukuyama, Hiroshima, Japan
Brawl in the bar at Hopetoun Hotel, Surry Hills, Sydney, Australia