Tea Ceremony to Celebrate the New Tea

START: Nov 24, 2014 END: Nov 24, 2014

Robiraki is a traditional tea ceremony that takes places in November and celebrates the arrival of new tea leaves used for mattcha. This event is ideal for those new to tea ceremony, especially visitors to Japan. The ceremony is a relaxing and highly enjoyable experience. The owner of ‘Nihachaho’ tea shop will introduce you to the world of tea, and you will learn to identify many different leaves. In particular, you will learn the differences between mattcha and other varieties of green tea.

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* Conducted in English and Japanese.
* There is no need to bring anything.
* No jeans, and please do not come barefoot.

• Nov. 24, 2014 (Holiday Mon)
① for Families 10:30~11:45
② for Adults 13:00~14:15
③ for Adults 14:45~16:00
④ for Adults 16:30~17:45
• The Japanese Garden inside Ohori Park, Chuo-ku
• Adult: ¥2,000, Children: (4~12years) ¥500
• Non-Japanese adults: ¥1,000 (Advance only)

To apply, email (Hearty Care Foundation), with the following details:

1 Name
2 Age
3 Names and ages of any accompanying persons
4 Phone number
5 Email address
6 The event name & session you wish to attend.

※Your reservation will be confirmed once the payment has been transferred

Published: Oct 24, 2014 / Last Updated: Apr 1, 2016

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