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Tea Ceremony in Traditional Temple

Beoordeeld met een 4,86 uit 5 op basis van 7 recensies.Tokio, Japan

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Ervaring georganiseerd door Jun

90 minuten
Inclusief eten, uitrusting
Maximaal 10 personen
Gegeven in het Engels

Wat je gaat doen

If you are already satisfied with exciting side of Tokyo, it’s time to give your mind a rest.

We prepared REAL traditional serene temples and simple and honest REAL priests.
These are NOT the places specialized for the tourists, NOT for commercial.

Ride on a train for about 20 minutes from the city center of Tokyo, you will find yourself in the world of traditional Japanese film.

Please take your shoes off before entering into the room.
Please pay close attention to the delicate design of the room.
Room decorations such as wall scroll poster and flowers are thoughtfully selected and placed exclusively for you.

If you are not used to sitting on the knees (as is also the case with most Japanese people), please do not hesitate to ask for a chair in advance, for your convenience.

Once you are settled, you’ll then be served by host with confection followed by the green tea.
And next, it's your turn!
We instruct you to provide Japanese tea the for other people.

Keep in mind that all the utensils, green tea, and confection are also chosen selectively for "Your" tea ceremony.

We would love to answer your any types of questions.
These conversations and gestures are important part the tea ceremony.
The more guests ask, the more tea ceremony will enrich!
If you are already satisfied with exciting side of Tokyo, it’s time to give your mind a rest.

We prepared REAL traditional serene temples and simple and honest REAL priests.
These are NOT the places specialized for the tourists, NOT for commercial.

Ride on a train for about 20 minutes from the city center of Tokyo, you will find yourself in the world of traditional Japanese film.

Please take your shoes off…

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Deze host houdt zich aan de aan COVID-19 gerelateerde veiligheids- en schoonmaakrichtlijnen van Airbnb, waaronder het naleven van de richtlijnen voor sociale onthouding, goede hygiënemaatregelen en het controleren of alle deelnemers een mondkapje dragen.
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Wat er is inbegrepen

  • Eten
    Wagashi is Japanese traditional confectionery made by vegetable ingredients...
  • Uitrusting
    All equipments for tea ceremony
Vanaf €71
per persoon

Dit is je host, Jun

Verhuurt sinds 2018 op Airbnb
  • 7 recensies
  • Identiteit geverifieerd
I'm Jun, a host of receiving over 500 guests, with excellent reviews, and the head of "wasabi project".
Our mission is deliver top quality of Japanese experiences to you.
We have welcomed totally over 2,000 guests, including through other websites.
https://www.airbnb.jp/users/show/186346301


Host: (Mr.) Gyoshun
I am the 91st generation head priest (Tendai sect), of traditional beautiful Buddhist temple over 1,300 years history, surrounded by beautiful green in Tokyo.
And I am also a licensed "Omotesenke Tea Ceremony Instructor".

Host: (Ms.) Seishou
I am wife of Gyoshun. And I am female priest and Tea Ceremony Instructor too.

Host: (Ms.) Yuuri
I am wife of the brother of Gyoshun, the chief priest of a temple in Tokyo.
I'm Jun, a host of receiving over 500 guests, with excellent reviews, and the head of "wasabi project".
Our mission is deliver top quality of Japanese experiences to you.
We have welcomed totally over 2,000 guests, including through other websites.
https://www.airbnb.jp/users/show/186346301


Host: (Mr.) Gyoshun
I am the 91st generation head priest (Tendai sect), of traditional beautiful Buddhist temple over 1,300 years history, surrounded by beautiful green in…
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Waar je naartoe gaat

You can experience Tea Ceremony in precincts of traditional temples in Tokyo.
One of this is with over 1300 years of history.

The tearoom is located next door to the main building of the temple.

For a group of many members of guests, the tea ceremony will be hosted at a traditional Japanese house separate from the main building.

Beoordeeld met een 4,86 uit 5 op basis van 7 recensies.

Marek
november 2019
To było wspaniałe doświadczenie w pięknej scenerii starej świątyni. Gościnne przyjęcie, bardzo dużo informacji o historii ceremonii, czynią je niezapomnianym. It was a great experience in the beautiful scenery of the old temple. A hospitality and a lots of information about the history of the ceremony, make them unforgettable.
To było wspaniałe doświadczenie w pięknej scenerii starej świątyni. Gościnne przyjęcie, bardzo dużo informacji o historii ceremonii, czynią je niezapomnianym. It was a great exper…
Jose
oktober 2019
The ceremony was every bit as beautiful as expected. Spoiler alert: be prepared to participate! If you do not speak Japanese, be sure to arrange for an interpreter. Definitely would do this again!
Theresa
augustus 2019
This was an amazing opportunity to learn more about tea ceremonies in such a beautiful, serene environment. Although we had to travel a little bit from the centre of Tokyo, the temple was very easy to find, and was breathtakingly beautiful. The garden and tea room had been prepared so carefully for us, and we felt extremely welcomed. It was fascinating to learn not only about the ceremony, but about the history, and to see tea bowls that were hundreds of years old. It was very relaxed and we felt able to ask questions and learn everything that we could. It was a wonderful, one of a kind experience.
This was an amazing opportunity to learn more about tea ceremonies in such a beautiful, serene environment. Although we had to travel a little bit from the centre of Tokyo, the tem…
Vera
april 2019
We had a beautiful day, full of new experiences, stories and tastes. Our host was absolutely wonderful, his knowledge and wisdom seemed endless and we felt very welcome.
Ahmad
april 2019
The Tea Ceremony is a must try experience in Japan. The session was very informative and the meeting place was peaceful. Our instructor was mindful and gave us detailed instructions on how to perform the art of tea ceremony as he used proper tools and explained the process and the history behind it. Overall, we enjoyed our time as we practiced the tea ceremony ourselves.
The Tea Ceremony is a must try experience in Japan. The session was very informative and the meeting place was peaceful. Our instructor was mindful and gave us detailed instruction…
Sebastien
december 2018
The tea ceremony was led by 2 passionate ladies who were incredibly knowledgeable about the Tea Ceremony (Sado). They first demonstrated it and then invited us all to lead it ourselves. They had the curtesy of bringing a translator for me and the experience expanded beyond Tea and towards explaining the concept of Do and how the Tea Ceremony, like many traditional Japanese practices, is mostly about building the mind. It was a great experience spent with remarkable people.
The tea ceremony was led by 2 passionate ladies who were incredibly knowledgeable about the Tea Ceremony (Sado). They first demonstrated it and then invited us all to lead it ourse…

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    Annuleringsvoorwaarden

    Elke ervaring kan binnen 24 uur na aankoop, of ten minste zeven dagen voor aanvang, worden geannuleerd met volledige restitutie.

    Vereisten voor gasten

    Er kunnen maximaal 10 gasten van 13 jaar en ouder deelnemen.

    Meer tips

    1.tea ceremony is not only drink a tea also enjoy the membership, we’ll hold this tea ceremony from 2 persons
    2.When you arrive , if you are feeling unwell, or under the influence of alcohol, you can’t join our experience
    3.Please take off accessories for protecting equipment

    Wat je mee moet nemen

    A pair of white socks / each guest. (Available in 100 yen shop.)