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TEA CEREMONY (KYOTO)

Tea Ceremony (Kyoto)

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Description

Japanese Tea Ceremony – Kyoto

Tea ceremony is one of the most popular cultural activities to experience in Japan.

It is an art form that represents the true essence of Japanese hospitality and provides you with an understanding of the Japanese mind and culture. The four most important elements of tea ceremony are Harmony, Respect, Purity and Tranquility (和・敬・清・寂).

Kyoto

Price

✓ ¥ 4.900 per person (TAX included)

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Activity summary

✓ During the workshop, not only will you see how the tea ceremony is performed and how great-tasting green tea is made, but you will learn about the history behind this sophisticated art.

✓ You will also be served Japanese sweets to enjoy along with your tea. These sweets will make your green tea taste even more delicious as they balance out the tea’s bitterness. Immerse yourself in this tea-loving culture and enjoy an experience that is uniquely Japanese.

 

Additional Information

✓ This activity does not include assistance in English

✓ The ceremony will take place in a simple but impressive traditional tea house

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