1. Choose the teacup you want
You can choose the teacup you like the best, and they also change seasonally, so you can enjoy seasonal motifs on them.
2. Use a small chair
As you need to sit down on the tatami mats for a long time, it may not be very comfortable for the elderly or those who can’t sit down on the floor for long, so there are also chairs at Tea Ceremony Nagomi, so you can enjoy your matcha while sitting down.
|Address||2nd floor of Kanda Bamboo-Art Store, 349-7 Masuya-cho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture|
|Directions||Kyoto City Bus #202. #206, and #207: a 5-minute walk from both Kiyomizu-michi and Higashiyama-yasui bus stops. Keihan Bus #83, #85, #87, and #88 (and others): a 5-minute walk from both Kiyomizu-michi and Higashiyama-yasui bus stops.|
|Open Hours||10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.|
|Reservations||Accepted by phone or online: http://kyoto-nagomi-tea.com/en/form/contact|
|Closed||Open every day|
One person: ￥2,500 2-4 persons: ￥2,300 5-9 persons: ￥2,200 Over 10: ￥2,000 Children (6-12 year-olds): ￥1,500 Prices are per person.
Close to Chion-in Temple, and the experience is in English, so you really get to understand Japanese culture here.
|Information||Japanese and English|
|Lanuages spoken||Japanese, English, and Chinese|