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Ko-myo-ji temple is beside the mountain 10 minutes driving a car or bus from Nagaokakyo station of Hankyu line in Kyoto prefecture. Some different tea schools take turns holding tea ceremonies every 2nd Sundays here. It was first time for me to visit the temple because it’s a little far from Kyoto city. I got up very early in the morning on Sunday and prepared for the tea ceremony as a member of the host team.     The beautiful fresh green leaves in Ko-myo-ji temple    It was hard for me to…

Tea Ceremony at Komyo-ji temple in Kyoto Ko-myo-ji temple is beside the mountain 10 minutes driving a car or bus from Nagaokakyo station of Hankyu line in

Hello, I’m a host of Tea Ceremony Koto, just a 1 minute walk from Golden pavilion in Kyoto Japan. I welcome many guests from foreign countries and explain tea ceremony in English.   It was very nice to welcome Lakshmi Manchu, a beautiful actress from India. She had been on the American TV “Las Vegas” and many movies in India. It was the first time for me to meet Movie Star!       A Movie Star from India!    I have heard it was the first time for her to come to Japan, so tea ceremony was one…

Hello, I’m a host of Tea Ceremony Koto, just a 1 minute walk from Golden pavilion in Kyoto Japan. I welcome many guests from foreign countries and explain tea

Book your adventure - 									Welcome to the tea room just a 1 minute walk from Kinkakuji temple, one of the world heritage sites in Kyoto.  You can learn the spirit of CHA-DO, and watch a traditional Japanese tea ceremony performed by a lecturer of Urasenke, which is one of the most famous tea schools in Japan. Traditional Japanese dried sweets are served, and you can learn how to make your own powdered green tea

Activities in Kyoto, Japan

Welcome to the tea room just a one minute walk from Kinkakuji temple, one of the world heritage sites in Kyoto. You'll learn about the spirit of Chado and watch a traditional Japanese tea ceremony performed by a lecturer of Urasenke, which is one of

Since it’s hot and humid in Kyoto, everybody loves to eat ice cream, watermelon, and the shaved ice in summer. One day, Japanese tourists open our gate and said “It’s the house for tea ceremony, isn’t it? Sorry, I’d like to know the café near here.” They looked they really wanted to have cold drinks under the blazing sun. I offered the short course to have tea and sweets, but they didn’t want.   I know everyone has the image of matcha hot, but we are trying to make you feel cooler in summer…

Since it’s hot and humid in Kyoto, everybody loves to eat ice cream, watermelon, and the shaved ice in summer.

fresh water container

Cooler tea ceremony in summer even without cold green tea!

Ryoan-ji - Kyoto

Ryoan-ji - Kyoto

HIRASHIN Maiko Plan

Kyoto Ryokan Hirashin located in Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto. Relax in tranquility amid heart-felt hospitality that will make any trip a memorable one.

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