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Traditional Tea Ceremony near Tokyo Tower with an English-Speaking Tea Master Quick Confirmation

A classic Japanese tea ceremony

Learn the Way of Tea in Tokyo

Sit down and learn about the art of tea, explained by a professional tea master. Savor the flavor of rich matcha green tea while tasting authentic Japanese sweets in a serene tatami matted tea room.

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  • A bow at the end of a tea ceremony
Experience a moment of peace by taking part in a traditional Japanese tea ceremony. This form of art takes everything into account, from the arrangement of scrolls, flowers, tea instruments and even clothing, to create the perfect time with a unique, seasonal atmosphere. Take this opportunity to experience a traditional tea ceremony with explanations in English, to allow you a deeper look into the art.
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Adult (Age 7 & over)
USD 52.58
USD 52.58
Child (Age 3-6)
USD 36.81
USD 36.81
Infant (Age 0-2)
free
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*The price is subject to change depending on the start time or add-on(s) you choose.
Adult (Age 7 & over)
USD 52.58
USD 52.58
*Price per participant if booked solo (one participant).
USD 84.13
USD 84.13
Child (Age 3-6)
USD 36.81
USD 36.81
Infant (Age 0-2)
free
free
  • Duration: 1.5 hour(s)
  • Available: Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri
  • Pick-up: Not available
  • Inclusion: English-speaking instructor / Tea ceremony / Matcha green tea and dry Japanese confectionery
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Starting time: 11:00 15:15
Starting time: 11:00 15:15
  • 10:50 Check-in Front of Tokyo Tower
  • 11:00 Tea Ceremony (45-60 min)
    sushi27_02 Watch as the professional tea masters artfully create the perfect cup of tea! Feel free to ask questions, learn Japanese etiquette, and enjoy a moment of peace.
  • Matcha Green Tea and Japanese Confectionery
    Sipping matcha during a tea ceremony in Tokyo Sip your bowl of freshly whisked green tea. The sharpness of the tea offsets the sweetness of a seasonal treat, blending the two to make something better than the parts.
  • 12:00 Check-out from Grand TJT
Notes
Restriction(s)
    • Infants ages 0-2 may join for free but will not be getting a separate cup of matcha green tea or sweets.
Additional Note(s)
    • The program duration is an estimate. It may be subject to change depending on the number of participants and/or other conditions.
    • Please be on time. If you are running late, please make way to Grand TJT on your own. You may join up to 30 minutes into the class, however the ceremony will not be extended.
    • This is not a private activity and other participants or groups may join this activity.
Booking Requirements (# of participants, vehicles, hours, etc.)
    • You can book a maximum of 10.
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Cancellation Policy
  • Any cancellations made after 00:00 local time, 2 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.
USD 52.58
USD 52.58

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(5.00/5.00) 5.00 / 5
(1 review)

Language English
Pick-up Not available
Duration 1.5 hour(s)
Availability Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri

LATEST 5-STAR REVIEWS

This is a really nice experience to learn about Japanese culture. The people are so nice and explain everything so well. We felt really welcome. And experiencing wearing a kimono is really cool.