Get a taste of
Japanese tea and
culture at Arashiyama, Kyoto.

Information

Kyoto is the birthplace of Japanese tea.

Throughout the world, tea has since ancient times been appreciated not as a mere beverage, but an entire culture.
In the Far East country of Japan, the culture of tea underwent a unique development into the tea ceremony.

Why not come and experience Japanese tea and culture together with a multilingual Japanese tea specialist?
We hope to offer you a wonderful time.

Workshop

Workshop

Tea Roasting Workshop

You will have an opportunity to make hojicha by roasting tea leaves and try the tea you made with variety of traditional sweets and savory snacks.

¥3,700- per person (including tax) / about 1 hour

minimum number of participants : 2 people
**¥4,500- for only one participant

Tea Ceremony and Matcha Experience

Why don't you experience Japanese traditional tea ceremony in the authentic chashitsu or tea room? After the tea ceremony, you will have the opportunity to practice making matcha by yourself. *Feel free to contact us for reservations before 11:30am.

¥3,700- per person (including tax) / about 1 hour
minimum number of participants : 2 people
**¥4,500- for only one participant

Matcha Making Experience

You can make matcha by yourself in an authentic tea room.

Time: about 20min
Price: 1,800yen including tax

Minimum number of participant : 1 person

Open hours

Business Hours: 11:30 to 17:30 (L.O 17:00)
Open 7 days a week - except otherwise noticed
※We will be open at 14:00 on Wednesday, 11th October.

ACCESS

  • 7 Sagatenryuji Tsukurimichicho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 616-8384 Japan
  • TEL : +81-75-354-6533
  • TEL : +81-75-354-6533
  • JR San-in Main Line: 5-minute walk from Sagaarashiyama Station
  • Keifuku Electric Railroad (Randen): 3-minute walk from Arashiyama Station
  • >Kyoto/Arashiyama Travel Guide

CHASANRAKU, the teahouse for experiencing the Japanese tea

CHASANRAKU, the teahouse for experiencing the Japanese tea

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