Conveying Japanese hospitality through the beauty of the tea ceremony, Japanese tea master Rie Takeda invites guests into the tatami-floored tea room for a moment of zen. With over 35 years of experience in the art of the Japanese tea ceremony, and 25 years as an instructor, she has hosted students from over 30 countries. In 2015, the company established a tea room in Ginza, and then in 2020 they opened one more in Tokyo’s historic district, Asakusa.
Member since Feb 06, 2020
This was a very nice tea ceremony. Simple and affordable, yet very relaxing. I especially loved how even though the building is located on one of the Ginza's busy streets, once you entered the tea ...read more
It was very lovely. I enjoyed it ! I’m so happy I got to participate and was very grateful you allowed 1 participant. I was unable to find anyone without a 2 person minimum. Thanks to you I got to ...read more
Hee Peng Ang
The kimono dress-up was professional and a fun experience, and the tea ceremony was a pleasant experience.