Tea Ceremony and Japanese Morning Dishes from 7am
I would like to offer you Chado (Tea Ceremony) experience with home cooked Japanese morning dishes in early morning.
In early morning before opening of sightseeing spots and restaurants, how about having experience of traditional style of “Omotenashi”?
Chado is one of the best way to provide Japanese “Omotenashi” (welcoming) for visitors. You are invited to join Chakai (tea ceremony party) where you can enjoy a bowl of Maccha (green powdered tea) and seasonal sweets, served with Japanese homemade morning dishes.
I, Chado Urasenke Lecturer, will tell you how to enjoy Chakai and some essential spirits of Chado.
Hello! My name is Kazuko Yokoyama, Chado Urasenke (Japanese Tea Ceremony) Lecturer living in Kyoto, nearby Ginkakuji Temple.
I love wearing Kimono, not only as formal dress for special occasions, but also as daily casual clothings.
I cook everyday for my family (a son, a daughter, husband and my mother) and for my Chado students as well, which are Japanese homemade dishes with a little taste of Kaiseki (traditional Japanese cuisine for Chado).
I’d love to share cheerful time of Chado, breakfast and chatting with you all.
My daughter who speaks English very well and has learn Chado for several years, will support me to communicate with you and to provide my classes.
The closest station
Ginkakuji Michi or Kitashirakawa Bettocho bus stop
How to get to the station?
From Demachiyanagi Station: 15mins
Exact location provided after booking.
It costs 7000 per person.
Up to 5 people can join Kazuko's cooking class.
Duration of this cooking class is 1.5 hours.
You will receive the confirmation within 24 hours.
We accepts these cards on airKitchen.
Cancellations up to 48 hours prior to the class begins will be fully refunded by the airKitchen cancellation policy.