//GoogleConsole 2月, 2016 | Kyoto Sightseeing/Kimono【Tea Ceremony Experience KOTO】 - Part 2

Kyoto Sightseeing/Kimono【Tea Ceremony Experience KOTO】

Kyoto Sightseeing/Kimono【Tea Ceremony Experience KOTO】

2016/2

Matcha chocolate, which Maiko san in Kyoto Japan also love

Matcha chocolate, which Maiko san in Kyoto Japan also love

Matcha chocolate loved by Maiko and Geisha in Kyoto It’s Valentine’s day in February 14th. It’s popular to give chocolates from girls’ to her boy friends in Jap...

It’s Japanese miso cake!

It’s Japanese miso cake!

Japanese miso cake?! What’s that? ”Matsukaze” is the sweets similar to miso castella, which is different from other traditional fresh sweets made of sweet...

Tea Ceremony held every month in Gyokurinin Daitokuji temple in Kyoto

Tea Ceremony held every month in Gyokurinin Daitokuji temple in Kyoto

Some sub-temples in Daitokuji which is the most famous temple for tea ceremony in Kyoto have tea ceremonies every month. Gyokurinin is one of them. It starts fr...

Kyoto Café COMME CA, delicious Japanese tart.

Kyoto Café COMME CA, delicious Japanese tart.

Delicious Japanese tart with fruits and matcha tea I’d like to introduce a café in Gion Kyoto which serves Japanese tarts today. Cafe COMMEE CA the café managed...

Setsubun Tea Ceremony in February 3rd. You can do it at home!

Setsubun Tea Ceremony in February 3rd. You can do it at home!

Tea Ceremony for Setsubun in February Setsubun means the division of seasons, or the end of winter on the lunar calendar. It is the tradition to eat sardines an...

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