Tea Ceremony Koto/ Kimono & Tea ceremony A1 minute walk from Golden Pavilion. Authentic Tea Ceremony in Kyoto.

POPULAR NO1: Shared tea ceremony (45min)

You can experience authentic Japanese tea ceremony in that you can drink tea that a host makes and also tea you make by yourselves.
Our session was chosen by many VIP guests invited by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan,
and we have received the handwriting calligraphy from 15th grand master of Urasenke school.

The main stream of Kyoto’s English tea ceremony is that a host will make tea as a demonstration and then customers will tea by themselves.

However, in the real tea ceremony, it is impossible for customers to make tea by themselves. Also, the taste of tea changes depending on how you make tea. In our plan, you can have tea that a host makes and the one that you make as well. Additionally, you can experience the real tea ceremony.

Organic matcha tea made in UJI KYOTO and Japanese cookie (dried sweet) is included in this course.


*You can add kimono wearing for this course. 


*Seating capacity is approximately 13 in the highest season.


Adults 3,000 yen/person

Children 6-12 years old 1,800 yen/person

*If you add Kimono wearing, additional fee is 3000yen per person.

For small children(under 7-8years old), it will be Yukata instead of kimono.

*If small children start crying or sth, I have to ask you to wait in the next room because we need quiet atmosphere in a tea room. I recommend the private plan if you come with small children.

Time schedule

A. 11:45~12:30
B. 13:00~13:45
C. 14:15~15:00
D. 15:30~16:15
E. 16:45~17:30


For Who?

Not only watching the demonstration, but also you would like to join the authentic tea ceremony as a guest.

You would like to learn the proper way of joining tea ceremony as a guest, more than just turning the tea bowl twice.

You would like to see and use the beautiful tea utensils which represents each season.