Tea Ceremony Experience in Kobuchuzawa

Experiencing authentic Japanese Tea Ceremony - a full-fledged traditional
Japanese Tea Ceremony experience led by a patriarch (Urasenke style).

Experiencing authentic Japanese Tea Ceremony - a full-fledged traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony experience led by a patriarch.

"Muan" is an authentic Japanese teahouse located in Kobuchizawa, a resort in the southern base of Yatsugatake Mountains.You are going to enjoy authentic Japanese tea ceremony experience by going through a traditional tea garden alley, entering the teahouse through a small frontage, and serving and/or drinking Japanese green tea, after observing how to prepare and serve a special cup of Japanese green tea to the guests.

The tea ceremony is designed to treat “special guests” who like traditional Japanese green tea, people from around the world such as yourself.

We welcome everyone, including the very first time explorist (5-years old and above), as long as you’re open to appreciate traditional Japanese culture. Look forward to seeing you.

Tea Ceremony Experience Date

Course information

Complete Tea Ceremony Experience(60 minutes)

・Session overview

You will walk through a tea garden, enter into a small tearoom, and enjoy complete tea ceremony experience led by a patriarch.
After watching the entire tea preparation once, you will experience and serve a tea yourself for another guest.

Price  ¥3,500 per person (include tax)

2 bowls of matcha-tea and 2 types of traditional Japanese dessert(fresh and dry)

※Up to 5 participants per session

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Tea Ceremony 101 - Let's drink matcha-tea in a tearoom !(30 minutes)

・Session overview

Enter a tearoom and you will enjoy one bowl of a traditional Japanese tea and a fresh dessert (Tea will be prepared behind the curtain).
A patriarch will then walk you through the basic tea ceremony manners.

Price  ¥1,800 per person (include tax)

One bowl of matcha-tea, and a traditional Japanese dessert.

※Up to 5 participants per session

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