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Japanese sweets making and Tea Ceremony in Osaka

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    Stop At: Kimono Tea Ceremony Maikoya Osaka, 1-22-7 Shimmachi, Nishi, Osaka 550-0013 Osaka Prefecture

    In this workshop, you will have an opportunity to wear Japanese style chef jacket, taste the green matcha tea and eat unique Japanese sweets specifically made to match the tea’s flavor.

    All workshops will be in English and will last around 60 minutes in a traditionally decorated room. This is a once in a lifetime event to experience an activity that has been practiced for hundreds of years.

    Japanese Tea Ceremony Workshops are held at the Golden Pavillion section or the Edo-style Room of Maikoya Osaka. This is a brand new tourist and entertainment complex in the popular Shinsaibashi shopping area, Osaka. At the end of the workshop, you can continue with A range of other activities and workshops at Maikoya Osaka.

    • A friendly host will explain the correct etiquette and symbolism for this ceremony
    • Try traditional food and drink given during this ritual
    • Held in a traditional tearoom with beautiful historic decor
    • Opportunities for taking photographs will be highlighted throughout.

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Kimono Tea Ceremony Maikoya Kyoto, 407-2 Shimomaruyacho Root Kawaramachi Bldg. 5F, Nakagyo, Kyoto 604-8006 Kyoto Prefecture

    In this workshop, you will have an opportunity to wear Japanese style chef jacket, taste the green matcha tea and eat unique Japanese sweets specifically made to match the tea’s flavor.

    All workshops will be in English and will last around 60 minutes in a traditionally decorated room. This is a once in a lifetime event to experience an activity that has been practiced for hundreds of years.

    Japanese Tea Ceremony Workshops are held at the Golden Pavillion section or the Edo-style Room of Maikoya Osaka. This is a brand new tourist and entertainment complex in the popular Shinsaibashi shopping area, Osaka. At the end of the workshop, you can continue with A range of other activities and workshops at Maikoya Osaka.

    • A friendly host will explain the correct etiquette and symbolism for this ceremony
    • Try traditional food and drink given during this ritual
    • Held in a traditional tearoom with beautiful historic decor
    • Opportunities for taking photographs will be highlighted throughout.

    Duration: 1 hour
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    Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

    What an amazing experience we had making tea and eating a delicious sweet! Mayumi was our tea master and she was wonderful and very helpful!! We also got to wear a kimono and it was beautiful!! Definitely recommend it!

    Thank O6032AIchrisc
    Reviewed 15 July 2019 via mobile

    There was a lot of fine print exclusions and the activity did not include all of the components advertised. There was no traditional costume for those doing the sweet making and I was the only one wearing modern clothing during a tea ceremony. The organisation...More

    Date of experience: July 2019
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    planning920, Manager at Kimono Tea Ceremony Maikoya Osaka, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

    Thank you for joining us. This is just to kindly let you know: 1- In Japan people don't wear long sleeve-kimono when making sweets. What you are asking for; you'd wear the same kimono for cooking and tea ceremony is uncommon and unacceptable. 2- No...More

    Reviewed 5 July 2019

    Our family of three visited Japan before my daughter went to college. She studied Japanese during high school and always want to visit Japan. Today is kind of dream come true experience. We took a lot of photos. The room decorated very nice. The tea...More

    Date of experience: July 2019
    Thank Helen Z
    Reviewed 5 July 2019

    The welcoming staff help you get dressed, do your hair, and guide you through a traditional tea ceremony. The room is beautiful and they allow you ample time to take pictures afterwards. The whole process was very smooth and there was a huge selection of...More

    Date of experience: July 2019
    Thank aliciawu4u
    Reviewed 26 June 2019

    It was an interesting experience and the staff was nice but we were rushed in the sweets making because others were waiting for a tea ceremony. We thought we were to have a private tea ceremony but were joined with a room full of people....More

    Date of experience: June 2019
    Thank Mrs-Five
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    3 July 2018|
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    Response from winardini | Reviewed this property |
    Hello Zakytp Each class lasted for almost an hour. Our tea ceremony came with kimono dress up. Hope that helps!
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