Things to do 334 Traditional Culture in Japan

Looking for Traditional Culture in Japan? Discover and book a unique experience to create an unforgettable stay in Japan!

SPECIAL OFFER

See more

Results 1 - 36 of 334 Experiences

Page:

Results 1 - 36 of 334 Experiences

Reviews for Traditional Culture in Japan

  • Ray Ray

    Enjoy an Elegant Tea Ceremony Experience in Ginza, Tokyo

    Enjoy an Elegant Tea Ceremony Experience in Ginza, Tokyo 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.

  • Philipp Philipp

    Learn to Play the Shamisen and Koto

    Learn to Play the Shamisen and Koto We had a little trouble finding the teachers house but then we met him outside already searching for us. The lesson was really fun and time was flying by. My friend and me played both instruments each for the very first time and it wasn't easy (even for experienced guitar players) but the teacher was very patient and spreading nice vibes. Also he played some impressive songs when we asked him to play something for us. At the end he took some fotos of us playing the shamisen and koto.

  • Zainul Zainul

    Be a Ninja: Learn Five Basic Techniques

    Be a Ninja: Learn Five Basic Techniques This is a 5 star experience for those who are looking to learn the history about Ninja. I was also given a basic training on ninja moves that I've been practicing everyday. The master and Vanessa were very helpful and friendly. A must do activity in Tokyo no doubt!

  • Julia Julia

    Experience a tea ceremony or wearing kimono at Bonsai Museum

    Experience a tea ceremony or wearing kimono at Bonsai Museum My friends and I were in Tokyo for a bachelorette and our Kimono experience at The Bonsai Museum was wonderful way to take in the Japanese culture.
    I would highly recommend this experience to anyone travelling to Tokyo. Kazuko and her helper were so kind and patient with us as we were a big group and we loved wearing the beautiful Kimonos.
    The Bonsai Museum is a hidden gem and a great place to escape for a tranquil afternoon.
    Thank You, Kazuko :)

  • Guillem Guillem

Save time! Tell Us More & Enjoy A Free Travel Consultation.

Get in touch with us for help planning your trip to any of our destinations -
we're happy to answer any questions you might have or assist with special requests.

photo of henry