Чем вы займетесь
Tea ceremony, SADO in Japanese, is essentially an aesthetic ritual originated back in 15th century, to entertain guests by preparing and serving Japanese green tea, called Matcha, together with traditional Japanese sweets. It is not just serving a tea but also appreciating the entire experience through one's senses. Both the host preparing the tea, and the guests receiving this hospitality, respect and follow the rules as the ceremony proceeds. Through SADO experience you could feel the origin of Japanese hospitality how it's been formed till nowadays. This experience takes about one and half hours. You can also enjoy the ceremony wearing Kimono (with charge) if you want to!
I, Ryota, and my friend Tohrin, we just want to share about Japanese tea ceremony one of our traditional culture. Tohrin is a Japanese tea ceremony master, who has its experience for more than 30 years. She holds a lot of events and is also invited as a lecturer of Japanese tea ceremony frequently. I am the owner of its venue and a translator at the same time. When I travel, I also try lots of local experiences there so now I want to help ours sharing with all of you. If you want to have an experience of Japanese traditional culture, why don't you join !
Matcha with Japanese tea set and local sweets. Plus Kimono as option.
Где вы побываете
Our venue is in the common living of Hostel TOKI, located in the Hakata area in Fukuoka Japan. You can access on foot (about 15minutes) or by bus (5minutes) from Hakata station. It is really cozy space and there are small old local market and one of the biggest shrine in Fukuoka Sumiyoshi shrine around.
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Требования к гостю
Максимальное число гостей в возрасте от 6: 6.
Japanese tea ceremony & sweets
$57 за человекаНовинка!
$57 за человека