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“I learned a lot about the traditional tea ceremony and I would definitely attend her calligraphy class next time I visit Kyoto.”
Are you searching [REAL] tea ceremony place?There are many places in Kyoto,but almost places does NOT have licensed teacher.We are certificated by Kyoto tourism Assosiation.Our licensed teacher teaches you Japanese...read more
The art of flower arranging[Ikebana]has began about 1400 years ago with the beginning of Buddhism in Japan.People wishing to honor Buddha with gifts of flowers wanted them arranged artistically.The first style was...read more
As for Japanese words or a phrase for your writing on this occasion, we have a lot of kinds in kanji character in advance for your reference so that you may choose anyone from them that you want to have a try to!Of...read more
“She was wonderful to talk to and even gave us suggestions for activities and shops in the area.”
Are you looking for an authentic tea ceremony?Our Tea Ceremony is held on the second floor of a 140-year-old traditional Machiya and led by certificated Tea Teacher who is born and based here in Kyoto. We can help...read more
Our Tea Ceremony is held on the second floor of a 140-year-old traditional Machiya and led by certificated Tea Teacher who is born and based here in Kyoto. We can help you understand the correct manners for Tea and...read more
Learn the traditional Japanese paper craft of origami in the friendly atmosphere of Kyoto! Create tiny paper cranes, seasonal flowers and more, with help from your expert instructor. You can take it away your own...read more