In this experience, you will learn the traditional way of tea ceremony from an experienced tea ceremony host. Language support in Japanese, as well as in English or Chinese is available. Tea ceremony (SADO) , also known as "CHADO," or "CHANOYU," has a history of 1000 years. For tea, powdered green tea called "MATCHA" is used.
Japanese tea ceremony has its fixed procedure like rituals. The essence of the tea ceremony is to pursue the "inner beauty that comes out when hosting others" through the process of wearing kimono, enjoying Matcha, and authentic Japanese sweets that matches the tea. Through the tea ceremony experience, your understanding of Japan will be developed! There are 4 spirits we value in tea ceremony experience here in MAIKOYA; which are, "和(wa)", "敬(kei)", "清(sei)", and "寂(jaku)". 和(wa) means harmony, sharing and enjoying the tea culture. 敬(kei) means humbleness and respect for others including nature and predecessors. 清(sei) means noble mind without evil thoughts, also a purified tea rooms and tools. 寂(jaku) means emptiness or nothing, symbolizing unperturbed, calm mind regardless of the situation. These 4 spirits are from "ZEN" philosophy.
Tea ceremony is held in a classical Japanese-style room, with a full support of an experienced tea ceremony host on appropriate behavior and tool usage. Language support in Japanese, as well as in Chinese or English is available. It is a perfect opportunity to experience and understand Japanese culture with delicious tea and sweets. Let's make a good memory by experiencing special Japanese culture, supported by friendly, knowledgeable tea ceremony host!
Activity timing: 10am, 11am, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm
Duration: 90 minutes
Tea Ceremony Experience with Kimono in Osaka
Adult/China: 6 years old and above
Upon purchase of the ticket, you will receive an email confirmation with e-ticket/e-voucher within two days. Tours and tickets are subjected to availability and are not confirmed until a second confirmation email is received.
KIMONO TEA CEREMONY MAIKOYA OSAKA
1-22-7, Shin-machi, Nishi-ku, Osaka-city