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Nickさんがホストする体験

4.5時間
ドリンクを含む
最大5人
ガイド言語:英語

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First we visit a traditional tea leaf merchant. He will explain where Japanese tea comes from, and you will take part in a tea-tasting game that dates back 300 years. Can you guess which cup of tea comes from which selection of tea leaves? In ancient times people started gambling on their ability to guess the right tea, and the Imperial Government banned the practice.
If you guess right, you'll win a prize of tea products. You'll also get inside tips on how to properly prepare your own teas at home.
Then we have a brief Japanese lunch (pay separately) and move to another world: a 150-year-old, straw-floored and copper-roofed tea hermitage. You will be coached on how to follow proper guest protocol with a licenced tea ceremony master in full kimono. The tea is prepared in front on a hearth of hot coals, with the masters following ancient rules of Japanese etiquette.
You will learn the guest behavior of how to hold the tea bowl, the proper way to bow, how to use the hand fan to indicate your status, and where to sit according to subtle hints in the room design.
First we visit a traditional tea leaf merchant. He will explain where Japanese tea comes from, and you will take part in a tea-tasting game that dates back 300 years. Can you guess which cup of tea comes from which selection of tea leaves? In ancient times people started gambling on their ability to guess the right tea, and the Imperial Government banned the practice.
If you guess right, you'll win a prize of tea products. You'll also get i…

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  • ドリンク
    Japanese traditional tea samples, along with sweets that are part of the ce...
¥ 20,100から
1人あたり
8月28日(金)
9:30 - 14:00
1人あたり¥ 20,100
1人あたり¥ 20,100

ホストはNickさん

2018年からAirbnbホスト
  • 本人確認済み
After leading various tours in Japan for years, I now have the privilege of partnering with highly-trained tea masters to conduct full-length tea ceremonies in ancient Kyoto. The master are tea cultivators who create their own organic teas. We start by visiting a tea seller and a tea-tasting game that was so popular 300 years ago that citizens started gambling on the ability to taste each tea!
Then we change venues to a 150yr old straw mat (tatami) tea house to sit for the formal tea ritual by a master in full kimono attire; explanation in fluent English. Then enjoy palate-balancing Kyoto sweets!
After leading various tours in Japan for years, I now have the privilege of partnering with highly-trained tea masters to conduct full-length tea ceremonies in ancient Kyoto. The master are tea cultivators who create their own organic teas. We start by visiting a tea seller and a tea-tasting game that was so popular 300 years ago that citizens started gambling on the ability to taste each tea!
Then we change venues to a 150yr old straw mat (tatami) tea house to sit for the formal tea ritua…
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実施場所

We will visit:
1. A corner of the Kyoto Imperial Palace where the extended family of the Emperor held tea rituals for distinguished guests.
2. A tea leaf merchant's shop where quantities of tea are brought from the tea fields, packaged, tested and sold.
3. A Japanases restaurant
4. A 150-year-old certified tea master's tea hermitage inside a shrine complex, where the full traditional tea ritual is held.

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ゲスト要件

12歳以上の方5名まで参加できます。

ほかのヒントも見る

Guests should be able to walk for 10 minutes at a time. This tour is for travelers who have a genuine interest in Japanese tea culture. It is not a party. We will stop for lunch between venues

必要な持ち物

a foldable umbrella in case of rain.

clean socks, as we may have to remove shoes and sit on traditional Japanese "tatami" mats