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  • 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.

  • 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 :)

  • Gary Gary

    Enjoy an Authentic Tea Ceremony Experience in Kyoto

    Enjoy an Authentic Tea Ceremony Experience in Kyoto The operators of the tea ceremony really appear to care about what they are doing and explained each component, as well as why and where the history came from and were more than happy to answer questions. Really worth the effort.

  • 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

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