Kyoto Sightseeing/Kimono【Tea Ceremony Experience KOTO】

Kyoto Sightseeing/Kimono【Tea Ceremony Experience KOTO】

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The beautiful actress from India, Lakshmi Manchu visited Tea Ceremony Koto!

The beautiful actress from India, Lakshmi Manchu visited Tea Ceremony Koto!

Hello, I’m a host of Tea Ceremony Koto, just a 1 minute walk from Golden pavilion in Kyoto Japan. I welcome many guests from foreign countries and explain tea c...

Have a break with a bowl of Matcha tea on the bicycle tour in Kyoto!

Have a break with a bowl of Matcha tea on the bicycle tour in Kyoto!

It was hot like summer even in May in Kyoto today, Even such a hot and humid day, I see some foreign tourists often go around by bicycle. Today, one of my guest...

Where to go for Tea Ceremony in Kyoto Japan?

Where to go for Tea Ceremony in Kyoto Japan?

Actually, I am an owner of tea house KOTO in Kyoto, so I must say my tea house is the best, but it’s not what I’d like to say here. I will write the point of vi...

Sakura Tea Ceremony ~feeling Japanese spring~

Sakura Tea Ceremony ~feeling Japanese spring~

Tea Ceremony Koto started the term of “Sakura tea ceremony” from March 21st after Hina doll’s festival term. A lot of foreign tourists will visit Kyoto Japan fr...

What is Tea Ceremony Qualification?

What is Tea Ceremony Qualification?

Tea Ceremony KOTO is a tea house established with tourists and beginners in mind. Beginners and tourists often hesitate to join tea ceremonies held in famous te...

Hina doll’s (Girl’s festival) Tea Ceremony

Hina doll’s (Girl’s festival) Tea Ceremony

Tea Ceremony Koto starts special seasonal tea ceremony from February 17th to March 20th. It’s Tea Ceremony for Hina doll’s festival, which is an occasion to pra...

The way of drinking light tea

The way of drinking light tea

We start preparing for the New Year’s Day after Christmas. The first tea ceremony is the annual event in Japan. When we say tea ceremony, it sometimes means 3 t...

My memories in Kyoto

My memories in Kyoto

My customers in Tea Ceremony Koto often ask “where did you study English?” “Is it your family job?” Actually, I’m not born in a historic family of tea ceremony ...

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