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Zen Meditation at Daisenin Temple with Tasty Green Tea

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Experience authentic Zen meditation in a tranquil Kyoto temple with a guide! Green tea is included as part of the experience!

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  • Zen meditation in an authentic Buddhist temple
  • Relaxed session ending with tasty green tea
  • English-speaking guide will help you throughout the session

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At Daisenin Temple or a hotel pick-up (for extra fee).


Important Information

Please make reservation 2 weeks in advance


What you need to bring

Comfortable clothes


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Voyagin Japan
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Review (1)

  • Anthony Anthony

    This meditation was a great experience. At first I was interested in having tea at a temple but what I got was much more than that. The temple was very beautiful on it's own. The host was very kind and the experience was one to remember. I had a translator/guide for the trip that was very helpful but I think it might have been okay for the meditation portion of the experience if I did not have her. After the relaxing meditation in a very unique way, we had tea together. It was tough following the all Japanese conversation but since I know a little and had the translator it was still very nice. I have heard that tea sometimes would be had before meditation to keep you awake so it was interesting to do it after, but it made for a nice casual conclusion. I would highly recommend this experience. I have even recommended it already to a friend that will be visiting in the next few weeks!

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