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Miyajima Tea Ceremony, Calligraphy, and Kimono Experience

¥ 15,000 per guest - 1.5 hours
LEARN ETIQUETTE

Kyoto Tea Ceremony and Sweets Experience

¥ 4,400 per guest - 1 hour
WEAR KIMONO

Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony in Miyajima

¥ 10,000 per guest - 1 hour
LEARN ETIQUETTE

Japanese Tea Ceremony Hosted by Traditional Geisha in Tokyo

¥ 7,629 per guest - 2 hours
TEA EXPERIENCE

Mini 30-Minute Matcha Experience at Temple in Miyajima

¥ 1,500 per guest - 30 minutes
TEA EXPERIENCE

Outdoor Tea Ceremony at Iwanuma "Snake Shrine"

¥ 18,000 per guest - 2 hours
WITH GREEN TEA

Tea Ceremony at a Showa Style Japanese Home in Nara

¥ 3,800 per guest - 1 hour
TEA EXPERIENCE

Traditional Tea Ceremony at a Tea House in Kyoto

¥ 2,500 per guest - 1 hour
TEA EXPERIENCE

Japanese Tea Ceremony in Asakusa

¥ 3,850 per guest - 1 hour
LEARN ETIQUETTE

Tea Ceremony and Kimono Experience in Ginza

¥ 6,500 per guest - 2 hours
WEAR KIMONO

Traditional Tea Ceremony in Ginza

¥ 3,500 per guest - 1 hour
NEAR STATION

Kyoto Tea Ceremony and Traditional Maiko Performance

¥ 6,585 per guest - 1 hour
WITH DESSERT

Tokyo Tea Ceremony in Traditional Tea Room

¥ 5,100 per guest - 2 hours
LEARN ETIQUETTE

Tokyo Tea Ceremony and Kimono Experience

¥ 8,000 per guest - 2 hours
WEAR KIMONO

Tea Ceremony in Japan

Dating back to the 8th century, tea was originally introduced to Japan from China. The tea ceremony in Japan is considered to be one of the three main traditional Japanese art forms, sitting proudly alongside calligraphy and ikebana flower arranging. The ritualistic side of the Japanese tea ceremony and the preparation of matcha green tea was introduced by Zen Buddhists in Kyoto. Today, the historical and ceremonial process of preparing matcha is known as "chado" or "the way of tea," and can be enjoyed at tea rooms throughout Japan from Tokyo to Osaka and beyond. Once a beverage enjoyed solely by bureaucrats and elite samurai, Japanese green tea and traditional practices of the Japanese tea ceremony in Japan is now an experience enjoyed by anyone. Typically held in a beautiful Japanese tea room, you can enjoy matcha with traditional