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Tea ceremony ustensils



  • 1 heure 30 minutes
  • À partir de 10,000 Japanese yen
  • Mandaracha Kyoto

Description du service

ENGLISH THIS EXPERIENCE IS DELIVERED FOR SMALL GROUPS OF 2 TO 6 PEOPLE ONLY DESCRIPTION This 90 minutes long experience is exclusive to individuals or small groups who want to discover the essence of "The Way of the Tea", which is the 500 years old Japanese tea ceremony in private with a professional. You will be received by Laura and Alexander of MANDARACHA Tea House. Laura, originally from Italy, holds a degree in Japanese Language and Literature from Alma Mater Studiorum Bologna University. She has been living in Kyoto for 2 years, where she began and is currently practicing her Tea Ceremony studies under a tea master of the Urasenke School. Alexander has been living in Japan for over 12 years and he spent the last 20 years studying teas in China, Taiwan and Japan as well as curating Japanese teas from his tea house. He is currently learning Tea Ceremony from a tea master of Mushakojisenke school. In an ideal setting that combines tradition and modernity, close to the Kenninji Zen Temple which saw the birth of Zen in Japan, you will get immersed in the traditional Japanese art of tea-making, deeply ingrained in the soul of Japanese culture We will provide the foundational knowledge to enter this enchanting art, enabling you to later appreciate a brief demonstration. CONTENT - Welcome drink - A proprietary interactive presentation - Insight into the philosophy and ideology of the tea ceremony - Overview history and evolution of Japanese tea in the ceremony - Tasting of a Matcha variation - Explanation of tea ceremony tools and elements - Concepts, elements, schools, variations, roles of the host and the guest - Brief demonstration of the tea ceremony featuring Matcha, accompanied by seasonal dessert tasting - Q&A Price: JPY10,000 per adult (over 12 years old)

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Politique d'annulation

To cancel or re-schedule, please contact us 72 hours in advance. No refund will be allowed for shorter notice.


  • Yamashirochō, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto, 605-0831, Japan

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