Kyoto Sightseeing/Kimono【Tea Ceremony Experience KOTO】

Kyoto Sightseeing/Kimono【Tea Ceremony Experience KOTO】

Let’s enjoy tea ceremony together!

Welcome to Tea Ceremony Koto. Koto means “old capital of Japan” We are just a 1minute walk from Kinkakuji-temple (Golden Pavilion), one of the world heritage sites in Kyoto. Japanese teaceremony is said to be a “comprehensive art including the art of the spiritual exchange between the host and the guests, tea utensils, flower arrangement, calligraphy, spiritual discipline etc. It is one of the traditional criterions for beauty. Let’s enjoy this moment together and have a bowl of tea!

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