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Enjoy an Elegant Tea Ceremony Experience in Ginza, Tokyo

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Our tea room is located next to Kabukiza Theater, Ginza.
While in Ginza feel free to drop in and enjoy an authentic tea ceremony with us. We not only offer an authentic tea ceremony experience, but also other kinds of cultural programs.

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  • Tea ceremony lectures.
  • Tea leaf grinding for Matcha (green tea) powder.
  • Tea ceremony demonstrations.
  • Seasonal Japanese Matcha flavored sweets.
  • Make your own Matcha.

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Tea room in Ginza, Tokyo

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Meet your host :
  • 日本語 (Fluent)
  • English (Fluent)
  • 普通话 (Intermediate)

We intend to heal and bring smiles to everyone, regardless of age, gender, or nationality. We primarily offer an introduction to tea ceremony and Japanese culture.
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Reviews (16)

  • Summer Summer

    Wonderful traditional Japanese experience!

    It was a wonderful way to end our Japan trip! My boyfriend and I did this during our last full day in Tokyo and really enjoyed the experience. Our host was very knowledgeable about the history of the tea ceremony and was just enjoyable to be around. We loved making matcha and getting to enjoy it too. Would definitely recommend this for a tea ceremony experience in Japan!

  • Guido Guido

    Enjoyable hald hour

    Great to understand more of the history and philsophy - as well as be active participants

  • Lucienne Lucienne


    me and my husband were hosted by a lovely lady who was very patience and kind with us. we learned how to make macha and drink it. the place is very quiet and we forgot we were in the middle of tokyio. so peaceful and beautiful.thank you.

  • Arum Arum


    I am really happy to learn one of these very important Japanese cultures. At that time that entertains me is Mrs. Satoe. She is very graceful and gentle. We feel very honored, as tourists feel the warmth of her banquet.

  • Sonal Sonal


    This was the last experience of the day - and it was totally worth it! After hopping around in Tokyo that evening I went to Ginza for the tea ceremony - I first got to see the video explaining the history and the process of the ceremony itself. Then we entered the tea room. I got to not only taste some great Matcha, but also make one bowl of tea for myself. The aura of the team room and the tea itself were so relaxing!

    I ended up buying some tea for myself as well :-) Highly recommended!

  • Ray Ray

    Pleasant way to enjoy tea & sweet after kabuki performance next door!

    This location is easy to find, literally next door to the Kabukiza Theater. It was the perfect way to end the morning with some tea & sweet after a kabuki performance. We learned a little bit about tea ceremony, tried our hand at making tea, & ate bean paste confectionery. Our hostess was very pleasant and knowledgeable. She was very easy to communicate with via email during the reservation process. I highly recommend if you're looking for a low-key introduction to tea ceremony.

  • Pobparat Pobparat

    Really good experience.

    The host told me the history behind tea ceremony.
    and I've got a chance to make my own Matcha for the first time.
    Highly recommended.

  • Ronald Ronald

    Fantastic experience that offers something unique

    This has been a very interesting experience in Tokyo. It's great to get to know another side of Japan through meeting with locals who can teach you the traditions of Japan.

  • Ioannis Ioannis

    An interesting experience

    The experience was great and was made even better by the helpful host. Recommended!

  • Sharee Mae Sharee Mae

    A wonderful Chado experience

    The host was very kind, even if I spilled the matcha on the tatami! I learned so much about Japan's tea culture in just 45 minutes. :)