Dec. 27, 2018 UPDATE

Tea Ceremony Room Ju-An

Traveler Friendly
The tea ceremony is held in an elegant and zen dedicated chashitsu thus providing tourist an exceptional opportunity to visit and experience the Japanese tea ceremony in a genuine and unique tea ceremony room (chashitsu) as those found in temples and shrines in Kyoto.
Information
English
Languages spoken
English and Japanese
2911 47 8.0 1 reviews
Dec. 27, 2018 UPDATE

Tea Ceremony Room Ju-An

Traveler Friendly
The tea ceremony is held in an elegant and zen dedicated chashitsu thus providing tourist an exceptional opportunity to visit and experience the Japanese tea ceremony in a genuine and unique tea ceremony room (chashitsu) as those found in temples and shrines in Kyoto.
Information
English
Languages spoken
English and Japanese
2911 47 8.0 1 reviews
Story & Recommendation
Learning Japanese tea ceremony and its history in English!
Located near Kyoto Station, Tea Ceremony Room Ju-an offers a tea ceremony by a tea host in English. The tea host is very kind, thoughtful, and also very knowledgeable in Japanese tea history. Before the session begins, she will kindly tell you to sit comfortably during the session, though guests usually sit upright in the correct manner on a Japanese tatami mat. The tea host will teach you the brief Japanese tea history and the manner of tea ceremonies. It is very interesting and easy to understand, so you will most definitely enjoy participating in her lesson.
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8.0 Excellent
experience9.0 access9.0 photogenic6.0
Anna - Japan
Nov. 26, 2018
Details
Open Hours
Sessions are held hourly between 11am to 5 pm *Each session lasts about 50 minutes
Reservations
Please make a reservation on the official website
Closed
January 1-3
Price range
¥2,000 per person Children up to 12 years old are half price Children below 6 years old are free
Credit cards
Not accepted
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