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Kyoto: Private Tea Ceremony with Japanese Tea & Sweets

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Duration
45 minutes
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English, Japanese

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What You'll Do
  • Learn about the history and the spirit of tea ceremony from a tea master
  • Experience a real tea ceremony
  • Learn how to make powdered green tea by yourselves
  • See a small exhibition of kimono and antiques
Overview
Experience a private tea ceremony and learn how to make powdered green tea by yourselves. All information are given in fluent English by a tea master with certain licence of Urasenke, the biggest tea school in Japan.
What to Expect
This activity includes two kinds of powdered green tea (thick tea and light tea), fresh sweets and dried traditional sweets. All are made by shops of long standing in Kyoto. Especially, Japanese fresh sweets are really artistic. Hear the beautiful name of the sweets which reflects seasons in Japan.

Thick tea is typical in tea ceremony, rare to see in Japanese cafes. The way of tea is a little different from the light one. It’s more elegant and rare to see also. But if you would like a host to make light tea instead of thick tea, it's possible.

You can take photos for free. It is recommended to keep tranquil atmosphere during the way of tea, but if you would like to take photos, it’s up to you because it’s private session. Also in the next waiting room, you can take photos with kimono or Nishijin textiles before or after the tea ceremony experience.

All explanation is given in fluent English by a lecturer of Urasenke, one of the biggest tea schools in Japan. You can make good light tea of good quality at home after taking this class. If you have problem with your legs or hard to sit on tatami, please use little chairs suit to tatami room for free.
What's Included
  • 2 kinds of powdered green tea
  • Fresh sweets
  • Japanese traditional cookies
What's Not Included
  • Hotel pick up
Meeting Point

37 Nishigoshonouchi-cho Kinugasa Kita-ku Kyoto(京都市北区衣笠西御所ノ内町37) A 1 minute walk from Kinkakuji temple. Net tot the parking area for bicycles in Kinkakuji.

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