Tasting and Comparing Seven High Quality Japanese Teas
Hosted by Takashi and his Team
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Number of Guests
2 - 8 guests
Become a tea expert by learning about different types of Japanese tea and their sweet pairings.
Taste Japan's most distinctive teas, including the highest-grade tea, gyokuro
Enjoy traditional wagashi sweets that complement your teas
Learn all about the history and culture of Japanese tea
Matcha (Japanese green tea) is known worldwide; it's used in sweets, lattes, etc. But matcha isn't the only tea with Japanese origins. Japan is responsible for other deliciously elegant teas, each with a unique color, flavor, and aroma. Through this experience, you will not only taste some of the very best high-grade Japanese teas there are, but you will also learn about the cultural and historical significance of tea from trained tea instructors. Enjoy sipping tea, learning more about Japanese history and culture, having great conversations, making new friends, and snacking on traditional Japanese sweets near Tokyo Tower! You will get to try five or seven (depending on which course you select) different types of tea, including “gyokuro” tea which is known for its rich and elegant flavor. Each tea will also be paired and served with wagashi - a traditional Japanese sweet. In the end, you will be given a souvenir pack of drip tea which you can enjoy in your hotel or at your own home. You will be able to relive your experience at home and feel connected again to Japan's culture and history.
Explanation by a Japanese tea guide
Tea leaves and sweets for Japanese tea tasting
Souvenir pack of tea to enjoy after returning home
Transportation to and from the venue
Food and beverages other than tea and snacks provided
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
In front of Kikai Shinko Kaikan Honkan building (2 minute north of Tokyo Tower). Details will be shared upon booking. The address of Kikai Shinko Kaikan Honkan building: 3 Chome-5-8 Shibakoen, Minato City, Tokyo 105-0011
This is a shared program. Multiple groups may join this program at the same time.
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Place a Booking
Select at least 2 guests
Select at least 2 guests
(13 - 120)
(1 - 12)
Earliest available date: September 30, 2023
Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.