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  • Jessica Jessica

    Enjoy a Tea Ceremony with Special Sweets in Kyoto

    Enjoy a Tea Ceremony with Special Sweets in Kyoto This tea ceremony was a wonderful experience that I'm very glad I was able to have for my first visit to Japan. The hostess was very knowledgeable in the way of tea, and very accommodating. Due to an accident I had many years ago I cannot sit in the traditional kneeling Style, so she was kind enough to get me a chair you can also rent kimonos from her for an extra $30 to make the experience even greater

  • Laura Laura

    Experience a tea ceremony or wearing kimono at Bonsai Museum

    Experience a tea ceremony or wearing kimono at Bonsai Museum We had a great time trying on the kimonos and experiencing the tea ceremony! Our host was so friendly and told us a lot of interesting things. Communication in English went without any issues

  • Pobparat Pobparat

    Enjoy an Elegant Tea Ceremony Experience in Ginza, Tokyo

    Enjoy an Elegant Tea Ceremony Experience in Ginza, Tokyo 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.

  • Harlan Harlan

    Experience a tea ceremony or wearing kimono at Bonsai Museum

    Experience a tea ceremony or wearing kimono at Bonsai Museum This was our first Japanese tea ceremony and we loved it. Kazuko was very graceful and explained the whole ceremony to us and the significance of each step. The tea was delicious! The Shunkaen Bonsai Museum itself is very peaceful and the bonsai impressive. Recommended!

  • Andrea Andrea

    Experience a tea ceremony or wearing kimono at Bonsai Museum

    Experience a tea ceremony or wearing kimono at Bonsai Museum Loved this experience. It felt like we were being invited into someone's home. Our host was just lovely and answered all the questions we barraged her with. The bonsai museum is so beautiful and tranquil and the bonsai masters were so friendly (despite not speaking English). Glad we chose this as it felt more traditional than I think some of the experiences in the hotels would have. Mizue is quite a way up the line so give yourself plenty of time to get there. The taxi driver despite again not speaking English guessed where we wanted to go before we could even show him the address.

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