Sado, the tea ceremony, is one of the traditional events with green tea called Matcha. In Azuchi-Momoyama period (1668-1600), Sen-no-rikyu invented “Wabicha” which became the origin of modern Sado. Tea Ceremony represents the true essence of Japanese hospitality.By observing certain rules and aesthetic values, you will see how a true tea ceremony is performed, and how great-tasting green tea is made.
Location is just 5 minutes away from Kyoto National Museum and Sanjusangen-do Temple. Our tea master will welcome you to the traditional tea ceremony. You will learn from our master how to prepare for traditional tea ceremony, how to conduct as a host, and how to make green tea bowl. You can purchase tea ceremony products at WASHINKAN. So that you can recreate tea ceremony once you return to your home country.
We have several different start time please choose your best.
Located 5-minute walk from Kyoto National Museum and Sanjusangen-do Temple
PRICE PER PERSON: (The currency in Australian dollar)
With Kimono option (Add 40min.)
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