We Tea Ceremony Koto will support “Pop-up Wedding in Kyoto” in 14th Ocetober 2017 as a tea master.
This pop-up wedding is very unique because it includes “Hana ningen”, which means “flower people”, a bride will decorate her head with pretty real flowers, and the couple can experience Japanese traditional tea ceremony!
A Wedding planner Mie Watanabe recommends this plan to all types of couples – international couples, non-Japanese couples, Japanese couples, same-sex couples, couples who would like to celebrate the milestone of their marriage (renewal of vows).
FLORAL ART HEADDRESS (only bride)
A bride will decorate her head with real beautiful flowers.
I think it must be unique and beautiful to use real flowers instead of white veil.
Bilingual (English and Japanese) authorized civil celebrant from Australia, Megumi Carver.
I think it’s very reliable to have the authorized civil celebrant from Australia.
She speaks English or Japanese.
Since sometimes it’s hard to find the authorized celebrant in Japan, I really recommend you to choose this event.
＊In Japan, it will be “A memorable certificate” we can provide, not the legal certificate.
Japanese traditional tea ceremony of Urasenke
I will support your Pop-up wedding as a tea master, authorized by Urasenke, one of the biggest tea school in Japan.
Many foreign tourists in my class near Golden Pavilion asked
“Do you have the tea ceremony for wedding or birthday?” so often.
I usually answered NO, but of course, we can arrange tea ceremony for any occasions we want!
Please check this also “What’s “Wedding tea ceremony”?!”
In this Pop-up Wedding, I will serve light tea because it’s easier for beginners to drink matcha, but if you would like to try, I can do the tea ceremony for thick tea as well.
★Date: 14 October 2017
★Place: Umekoji park near Kyoto Station. ( Pop-up wedding venue and Tea ceremony room)
★ Price： JPY 230,000 ( incl. tax) per couple