Long-Established Japanese tea shop, Fukujuen in Kyoto
Fukujuen Kyoto Flagship Store/ 福寿園 京都本店
Established in 1790, Fukujuen has been loved locally, nationally and also internationally. Their flagship store, Kyoto Honten, was established in the heart of Kyoto, where the sophistication of Kyoto’s cultural goods converges with luxury and elegance. At Fukujuen, their hope is to facilitate new experiences with tea, and that you may lead an enriched life. Under this slogan, they have culminated the slender of Kyoto’s artistic tradition through the art of tea. There are 9 floors including the b...moreasement floor in this shop and every floor has its own concept and theme to present Uji teas. You may enjoy their delicate tea and also their Omotenashi, the hospitality.
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Uji Meicha "Heiankyo", powdered Japanese tea Koicha and Usucha (Matcha) / ￥4,320 Koicha | ￥2,160 Usucha
On the first floor, there are various kinds of original high quality Japanese teas that you can only make a purchase in this shop. This is a powdered Japanese tea generally called Matcha. It is popular for foreign guests who visit this shop. There are 2 kinds of Matcha in this series which are: 1)Koicha and 2)Usucha.
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Matcha Starting Kit / ￥10,800
If you are interested in making Matcha by yourself, this is what you should get! There is an English instruction inside of this kit, so you may find it easy to try even for the first time! You can choose the design of the bowl (seasonal flowers are depicted on the bowls).
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5th Floor "Kyo no Chagu"
On the 5th floor, it presents tea utensils. They are all delicate and sophisticated in designs, and they are all original products that you can only make a purchase in this shop. Tea utensils vary depending on the tea you would drink. Our recommendation goes to the Matcha bowls as the designs and the round shape are very pretty.
How to buyPlease bring the items to the cashier.
- Shopping Tips -
You can have a tea tasting before you buy.
Fukujuen Kyoto Flagship Store
|Phone||+81 75-221-2920(1st Floor) | +81 75-221-6175 (5th Floor)|
|Address||Shijo Tominokoji, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-city, Kyoto 600-8005|
|Directions||10-minute walk from Shijo Station by Subway Karasuma Line|
|Hours||1st Floor 10am - 7pm
5th Floor 11am - 7pm
|Closed||January 1st and the 3rd Wednesday of every month (Except November) *Holidays would be changed|
|Credit cards||VISA, MASTER, JCB, AMEX, Diners, etc. / Accepted|
|Friendly for Overseas Visitors||
There is an English brochure in the store. There are staff who can speak English (not always in the shop).
|Languages spoken||Japanese, English|
|Shipping services||Available (1st floor products only. Tea utensils cannot be shipped)|