Tea Ceremony Koto @Kyoto

Tea Ceremony Koto @Kyoto

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Tea Ceremony KOTO - Northwest Kyoto

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

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

Zenka Sho-in is the beautiful Japanese house with a large garden and a traditional ware house. It is a special café for Castella as well as the gallery & shop for Japanese sweets. The special Castella is called “Zen”, which is very moist compared to other ordinal sponge cakes.     The traditional Japanese house of 300 years old    It’s in the east area of Nijo- castle in Kyoto, where we have many traditional sweets shops, kimono shops, and old houses. Walking the path, I have found a larg...

Zenka Sho-in is the beautiful Japanese house with a large garden and a traditional ware house. It is a special café for Castella as well as the gallery &

mushroom made of beans and sugar

”Sho-ro” means white mushroom which appear around pine tree forests in April and May. In Kyoto, the name “sho-ro” is famous as the traditional sweets made by

sweet bean jelly

”Sho-ro” means white mushroom which appear around pine tree forests in April and May. In Kyoto, the name “sho-ro” is famous as the traditional sweets made by

”Sho-ro” means white mushroom which appear around pine tree forests in April and May. In Kyoto, the name “sho-ro” is famous as the traditional sweets made by Nijo-Surugaya near Nijo castle. Its shape is like small round mushrooms, but they are made from sugar and beans.     Special mushroom “Sho-ro”    Shoro is the round bean paste coated with white sugar. Although we can buy “sho-ro” for the casual sweet shops of sometimes in the supermarket for our daily life, they are usually made of a…

”Sho-ro” means white mushroom which appear around pine tree forests in April and May. In Kyoto, the name “sho-ro” is famous as the traditional sweets made by

pour the hot water

How to do tea ceremony outside?

green maple leaves

How to do tea ceremony outside?

Hello, I’m a master of Urasenke, one of the biggest tea school in Japan. I welcomed over 3000 foreigners including the guests of the tea house I had worked for before I opened my tea house KOTO. Today, one of my guest asked me how to do tea ceremony outside because it’s great season to go outside in Kyoto now.     The most casual way of tea outside. ”Ryakubon date”    The way of tea the beginners learn first is called “Ryakubon date”. After leaning the way of folding the cloth “fukusa” to…

Do you have the tea ceremony outside as well? Hello, I’m a master of Urasenke, one of the biggest tea school in Japan. I welcomed over 3000 foreigners

Iris sweets

Aoi festival was held in May the day before yesterday, so the best season for iris passed, but still we can see beautiful purple flowers in O-ta shrine,