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Japanese flower arrangement is one of the traditional aspects of Japanese culture. A master who has the qualification of Misho-ryu, which is one of the famous schools in Japan, will explain the history and how to cut or make ikebana in English.
- Introduction about the history of Ikebana
- An instructor will show you how to cut or make angles of flowers & trees.
- Try Ikebana yourself!
The house a 1-minute walk from Kinkakuji Temple.
What you need to bring
Nothing special to bring.
- 日本語 (Fluent)
- English (Fluent)
I offer tea ceremony experiences very close to the Golden Pavilion (Kinkakuji), one of the World Cultural Heritage Sites in Kyoto!
We got Certificate of Excellence 2017 for Trip Advisor.
We were published in Kyoto news paper, Tokyo news paper, TV Asahi in Japan, Canada, and many medias for sightseeing or art.
And we are only one English tea ceremony house who received the handwriting sign from Urasenke, one of the biggest tea school in Japan.
We promise you that our host is the tea master who has the certain qualification for Urasenke tea ceremony.
The Japanese tea ceremony is said to be a "comprehensive art including the art of the spiritual exchange between the host and the guests, tea utensils, flower arrangement, calligraphy, spiritual discipline and more". It is one of the traditional criteria for beauty and elegance in Japan. I welcome the guests from all over the world! Let's enjoy this moment together and have a bowl of tea!
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