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Tea Ceremony In Kimono with Tea Master

Vurdert til 4,96 av 5 basert på 299 anmeldelser.Nakagyō-ku, Kyoto, Japan

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Opplevelse med verten Aya

60 minutter
Inkluderer mat, drikkevarer, utstyr
Opptil 4 personer
Verten snakker Engelsk, Japansk

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You can share in an authentic Tea Ceremony and learn how to make matcha yourself. During the class, you can wear an ancient style of kimono (“separated style” from the Heian period).

If you come with friends or family, you can make tea for each other.

You can buy antique tea cup from our collection.Please ask us if you interesting in it.

I am a licensed teacher from the Omotesenke school of tea here in Kyoto. Please come and join us for a real experience of the tea ceremony. I can help you understand the significance of the Way of Tea, and welcome all your questions. We are the member of Kyoto City Tourism Association.

(PLEASE NOTE)
* You can take your pictures just before and after the class.
* Please do not take pictures and videos for the demonstration and other guests.
* The class lasts for about 60 minutes
* Only participants for experience are available to enter the tea ceremony room.
* You need to be our place no later than 5 minutes before the experience.
* Once a session begins, you cannot enter the classroom. Your reservation is regarded as cancelled at this moment.
* A cancellation charge of 100% will arise to cancel on the experience day.
* Please be sure to check the location and time carefully before you come to class.
You can share in an authentic Tea Ceremony and learn how to make matcha yourself. During the class, you can wear an ancient style of kimono (“separated style” from the Heian period).

If you come with friends or family, you can make tea for each other.

You can buy antique tea cup from our collection.Please ask us if you interesting in it.

I am a licensed teacher from the Omotesenke school of tea here in Kyoto. Pl…

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Dette er inkludert

  • Mat
    Beautiful seasonal Japanese sweets made especially for the tea ceremony<br...
  • Drinker
    Japanese Matcha tea
  • Utstyr
    Kimono(Separated type *this is not one-piece type)
Fra $43
per person
tir. 7. jul.
09:00 - 10:00
$43 per person
$43 per person
tir. 7. jul.
10:30 - 11:30
$43 per person
$43 per person
tir. 7. jul.
15:00 - 16:00
$43 per person
$43 per person

Møt verten din, Aya

Har vært vertskap på Airbnb siden 2018
  • 299 anmeldelser
  • Identitet er verifisert
Hi, I’m Aya. I was born in Kyoto in 1967. I started to learn Tea Ceremony when I was 13 years old. Even after I have qualified to teach, I continue to learn from my own teacher.
Tea ceremony is connected with other aspects of Japanese culture such as Ikebana (flower arrangement) and Shodō (calligraphy). It’s not just making or drinking tea.
In Kyoto these days there are many tea ceremony experiences led by people unconnected with the Way of Tea. I provide this class as a licenced teacher from the Omotesenke school of tea, and as someone born, raised and living in Kyoto.My class is for people who want an authentic experience of the tea ceremony. I welcome all your questions about the Way of Tea.
In my class,The capacity is 4 or less.If you have 5 people or more in your group,please contact me directly before you make a booking.
Hi, I’m Aya. I was born in Kyoto in 1967. I started to learn Tea Ceremony when I was 13 years old. Even after I have qualified to teach, I continue to learn from my own teacher.
Tea ceremony is connected with other aspects of Japanese culture such as Ikebana (flower arrangement) and Shodō (calligraphy). It’s not just making or drinking tea.
In Kyoto these days there are many tea ceremony experiences led by people unconnected with the Way of Tea. I provide this class as a licenced…
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Her skal du være

We are located on beside of Kawaramachi street,between Sanjo street and Oike street,opposite of Kawaramachi Catholic Church.
You can locate us by searching for [SAKURA Experience Japanese Culture].
Our classroom is not Japanese style house.We use a style of [Ryurei Style]used in formal tea ceremony. you can sit on a chair.
It’s accessible for wheelchairs and baby strollers. We welcome everyone regardless of disability, age or background.

Vurdert til 4,96 av 5 basert på 299 anmeldelser.

Yeseul
mars 2020
Aya and her husband are wonderful, kind, and very passionate about what they do. The location was very easy to find. This was my first time experiencing tea ceremony and I am amazed by the level of expertise that Aya and her husband had in teaching us about this rich tradition. I absolutely recommend this experience! The couple also gave us many recommendations for sightseeing and eating around Kyoto and were very welcoming with any questions we asked!
Aya and her husband are wonderful, kind, and very passionate about what they do. The location was very easy to find. This was my first time experiencing tea ceremony and I am amaze…
Cass
mars 2020
Wonderful Tea Ceremony Experience. Aya made us feel very welcome, ensure we had understanding of the ceremony through both written and oral descriptions, we were able to dress up and have our hair done, and made the experience very special. She speaks excellent english and takes wonderful photos so the guests can completely absorb themselves in the ceremony. Once in a lifetime experience. Thank you so much!
Wonderful Tea Ceremony Experience. Aya made us feel very welcome, ensure we had understanding of the ceremony through both written and oral descriptions, we were able to dress up a…
Kathrin
mars 2020
Aya and her husband made us feel welcome from the minute we walked into the room..They are both very knowledgeable as they are certified ceremony teachers (!) and happily answered our many questions! It was an experience we would recommend to everyone coming to Kyoto. We left with great memories, more energy because of the yummy matcha and lots of tips for our remaining time in Kyoto.
Aya and her husband made us feel welcome from the minute we walked into the room..They are both very knowledgeable as they are certified ceremony teachers (!) and happily answered…
Nidia Karina
mars 2020
Me encanto, se portaron muy bien, toda la experiencia me ayudaron y explicaron perfectamente cómo era. Respondió dudas y fue muy amigable.
Mary
mars 2020
This was a wonderful experience! The tea ceremony is very detailed and relaxing, and I appreciated Aya's guidance and friendly attitude. I would like to learn more about the tea ceremony now!
Thomas
mars 2020
We had a wonderful time with Aya taking part in a traditional tea ceremony, and I would highly recommend this as an experience. Aya clearly comes from a deeply authentic place, and she looked after us with great delicacy and expertise. It was a beautiful experience and I really hope we get a chance to visit Aya again in the future. Tom and Anne.
We had a wonderful time with Aya taking part in a traditional tea ceremony, and I would highly recommend this as an experience. Aya clearly comes from a deeply authentic place, and…

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Krav til gjesten

Opptil 4 gjester på 4 år eller eldre kan delta. Foreldre kan også ta med barn under 2 år.

Flere tips

You can attend in Ryusei style.(with tables and chairs).
You will learn:
1) How to participate in the tea ceremony;
2) How to make matcha tea;
3) How to make matcha and the polite manner of handling tea-making tools.
* You can search for “SAKURA Experience Japanese Culture”.