This gives you the chance to watch young geisha practicing their tea ceremony skills with you as the guest! The geisha speak English and can explain the history and principles behind Tea Ceremony. Enjoy Japanese tea and delicious traditional sweets!
- Meet with real, authentic geisha
- Learn how Japanese Tea Ceremonies are conducted
- Tea with delicious traditional Japanese sweets
- Geisha’s speak English so you can ask them any questions you might have about the ceremony.
Tea Ceremony is one of the arts that every trainee geisha must study in order to learn about Japanese culture, aesthetics, and manners.
This gives you the chance to watch young geisha practicing their tea ceremony skills with you as the guests. The geisha speak English and can explain the history and principles behind tea ceremony. You will be able to ask questions of the geisha directly in English. This includes tea, and traditional Japanese sweets.
If you would like they may do a dance for you as well!
7,000 JPY per person
We are a family of four and we all truly enjoyed having a tea ceremony with Sayuki. We would highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in having a taste of Japanese culture and tradition. Thank you Sayuki for such a wonderful experience!
A TRULY PRICELESS EXPERIENCE!!
We just attended Sayuki’s tea ceremony and it was amazing!! Sayuki is very attentive, well versed and hospitable. The ceremony was absolutely elegant and zen throughout. Such a unique opportunity to experience a 400 year old tradition firsthand! We loved watching preparation of the delicious special tea and the desert. Thank you so much for such a memorable experience! We really want to explore Sayuki’s other activities next time we visit again…
A unique and intimate insight into the way of the geisha.
We enjoyed a beautiful traditional tea ceremony in a traditional house in the heart of the Fukagawa district with Sayuki and a young geisha. It was a very peaceful and meditative experience and Sayuki was able to answer all of our questions that we had about geisha with ease. It really was a unique insight into traditional Japanese culture which I think is rare to find as a tourist.
I would highly recommend giving this a go, especially when the weather is best enjoyed indoors!