Cérémonie du thé privée unique à Kyoto

Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, Japon

Expérience organisée par 羽照

60 min, Proposée en Anglais, Allemand et Japonais
S'est engagé pour plus de sécurité
Cet hôte s'est engagé à respecter les consignes de sécurité d'Airbnb relatives au Covid-19.
Jusqu'à 5 personnes
Inclus : nourriture et boissons

Au programme

How about a traditional and unique Japanese tea ceremony performed just for you, your family or your friends? Let's have a private Japanese tea party together! Come gather around and have a seat at our table (that's right, no painful kneeling on tatami mats).
Enjoy a luxurious tea ceremony called "Encha Mittsukazari", which is the most traditional kind of tea ceremony of the Ōbaku Baisa-ryū School of the "Way of Tea" and has been performed ever since its foundation. You will see a variety of real tea utensils used to prepare tea in traditional style and gain deep insights into the world of Japanese tea and Zen culture.
With a maximum of five guests, you can make this experience your very own and enjoy it as a private tea ceremony just for you and your group! All five guests will taste the tea prepared during the ceremony. Delight your palate with freshly prepared green tea of the highest rank, called "Gyokuro", coupled with delicious Japanese sweets.
Afterwards, ask away freely about anything you are interested in: about the ceremony, about Japanese tea, sweets and culture… Anything that piques your curiosity! Let's get a taste of ancient Kyoto and enjoy Japanese tea together!
Other things to note
In this experience, we are not using Matcha, but Sencha, another kind of Japanese green tea with a different culture, though it does not fall short of Matcha in any way!
Give it a try, we know you will love it!
How about a traditional and unique Japanese tea ceremony performed just for you, your family or your friends? Let's have a private Japanese tea party together! Come gather around and have a seat at our table (that's right, no painful kneeling on tatami mats).
Enjoy a luxurious tea ceremony called "Encha Mittsukazari", which is the most traditional kind of tea ceremony of the Ōbaku Baisa-ryū School of the "Way of Tea" and has been performed e…

Ce qui est inclus

  • Nourriture
    Fresh Seasonal Japanese Sweets
  • Boissons
    Freshly Prepared Japanese "Gyokuro" Green Tea & Mineral Water

Faites connaissance avec votre hôte, 羽照

Hôte sur Airbnb depuis 2018
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Hello! My name is Ute (羽照). After graduating in Japanese Studies and moving to Japan, I started studying the Japanese tea ceremony in Kyoto and have been practicing and instructing others for more than 3 years now.
As a renowned and active member of Ōbaku Baisa-ryū, one of the major schools of the Japanese "Way of Tea", I am an expert at performing and teaching the ceremony in both Japanese and English. I have performed tea ceremonies at more than 20 major events held at famous locations, like Kamigamo-jinja Shrine and Manpuku-ji Temple, and am regularly organizing tea gatherings myself, introducing others to the world of Japanese tea.
Practicing tea ceremony is such a fulfilling way of experiencing Japanese culture and I am looking forward to sharing it with as many people as possible!

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Hello! My name is Ute (羽照). After graduating in Japanese Studies and moving to Japan, I started studying the Japanese tea ceremony in Kyoto and have been practicing and instructing others for more than 3 years now.
As a renowned and active member of Ōbaku Baisa-ryū, one of the major schools of the Japanese "Way of Tea", I am an expert at performing and teaching the ceremony in both Japanese and English. I have performed tea ceremonies at more than 20 major events held at famous locations, l…
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Le lieu

This experience will be conducted in a smoothly designed facility with a relaxed atmosphere that is combining traditional and modern elements from tea culture and Zen Buddhism. The facility contains a comfortable but true-to-essence Japanese-style tea room used to perform, practice and experience tea ceremonies. Watch, touch, taste and smell everything directly from up close - no restrictions, no barriers.

Évaluation de 5,0 sur 5 sur la base de 30 commentaires.

Michie
août 2021
羽照(うて)さんのお茶会は、想像を上回るとても素晴らしいものでした。 とても情熱を持ってこの体験を開催されていて、たくさんの知識をシェアしてくださいました。初めて人からいれていただいた玉露のお茶は、香り豊かで独特の味。貴重な経験をすることができました。 Ute’s tea ceremony was awesome. Obviously she’s passionate about the tea and she shared her knowledge a lot. You can’t miss it.
David
juillet 2021
Overall great experience! I was on a very tight schedule but I'm glad I managed to come. I learned a lot about the different types of tea and tea ceremonies there are. Truly a fantastic host and story teller!
Jasurbek
juin 2021
Very informative tea ceremony. The tea taste is unique and strong which may not fit to everyone's taste. The host explains and answers the questions very politely.
Natsuko
juin 2021
雰囲気のよいところで、羽照さんの丁寧な説明を聞きながら、美味しいお茶、和菓子をいただきました。 玉露ってキチンと入れると本当に美味しいんですね。 忙しい毎日ですが、いつもと違うステキな時間を過せました。 羽照さんの心優しい人柄にも感動しました。 参加してとてもよかったです。 おすすめです!
Cassie
mai 2021
What a graceful ceremony. This is not the formal matcha tea ceremony with strict rules. I really enjoyed all of the explanations along the way!
Beth
mars 2021
We looked for a tea ceremony on a last-minute whim, and feel very fortunate to have found this experience! We learned so much about history, Japanese culture, and even some agri-science! Overall, it was just a great way to spend our first evening in Kyoto!

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Conditions d'annulation

Toute expérience peut être annulée et intégralement remboursée dans les 24 heures suivant l'achat, ou au moins 7 jours avant qu'elle ne commence.

Critères requis pour les voyageurs

5 voyageurs âgés de 6 ou plus peuvent participer. Les parents peuvent emmener leurs enfants de moins de 2 ans.