Kimono Tea Ceremony by MAIKOYA Osaka

1-22 Shinmachi, Nishi-ku, Osaka, Japan, 550-0013 | map | directions

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Upscale venue in the heart of Osaka. MAIKOYA provides various cultural activities (including but not limited to) kimono wearing, tea ceremony, calligraphy, furoshiki, samurai sword experience, sushi making, wagashi cooking, etc. Their signature workshop is the Kimono Tea Ceremony.

The Kimono Tea Ceremony (aka sadou, chadou, chanoyu) is an ancient Japanese tea-making ritual which dates back hundreds of years. This unique method involving the powdered green tea called ‘matcha’ is the most dignified pastime of ancient Japan.

During this 90-minute activity, you will have an opportunity to wear traditional kimono robes, taste the green tea and sample unique Japanese sweets, specifically made to match the tea’s flavour. Explanations are done in English in a traditionally decorated room. A one-of-a-kind experience that should be on any visitors’s to-do list while in Japan.

metro : Shinsaibashi

weekday: 09:00 - 21:00

weekend: 09:00 - 21:00

venue: service provider (服务业者) | features: cafe, restaurant, lockers, free wi-fi (咖啡馆, 餐厅, 免费无线上网) | customers: mixed

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last updated: 07-12-2017

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