Experience Japanese culture with an interactive and authentic tea ceremony!
Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony Highlights
- Experience a traditional Japanese tea ceremony in an authentic setting
- Have a go at making green tea yourself
- Learn about the history and Zen spirits of the tea ceremony
- Watch the traditional way of tea and taste matcha tea and sweets
- Learn about different teas from a tea master
- Try your hand at whisking matcha
- Enjoy a ceremony that changes each month
Why Do We Love This
What to Expect
Frequently Asked Questions
We recommend the family with small children (maybe 0-3 years old) to join Private Tea Ceremony.
If you would like to join shared tea ceremony, we ask you to go to the waiting room next to the tea room in case your baby starts crying or something. I’m sorry for this inconvenience because we need quiet atmosphere during the tea ceremony.
Yes, we can prepare western chairs for the guests who have the difficulty to sit on the floor. The number of the chair is 5. Please feel free to ask.
Our capacity is 10 people usually in a tea room of the 1st floor because tea ceremony is held in the small tatami room authentically. But if you were a big tour group, we can open the larger tatami room on the 2nd floor.
We can accept 23 people. If you were the group of over 23 people, we recommend you to part in 2 groups, and take turns.
For example, Group 1 visit Kinkakuji temple during Group 2 experience tea ceremony. And take turns.
We are just a 1 minute walk from Golden Pavilion.
Photos are OK! Unfortunately, video is not usually allowed.
If you use it only for you (Please don’t publish on the You Tube or something), it’s OK.
If you are a reporter for TV, Radio, Newspaper or magazines, we are happy to answer the interview. Please feel free to ask at email@example.com