We will do our activity inside the Japanese Tea Cafe that we own. This area is called Nihonbashi-Ningyocho that has long history since the Edo era. First, we will go over about Japanese tea, how it's made and its history. Then we will taste variety of different green tea from different regions. We will provide sencha, matcha, and gyokuro for this experience. Also we will serve traditional Wagashi (Japanese sweets). Our tea experience outline will be as follows: （We will serve premium gyokuro that will be served at 4000 yen in our store) - Learning about Japanese Tea and the history - Taste Different Sencha from different regions (7 selections) - Taste Different matcha from different regions (4 selections) - Taste the premium gyokuro (1 selections) - Taste Japanese Wagashi and food pairing with Japanese tea Please check the following video for more details: https://youtu.be/k4gbibuePeY *This will NOT be a course of Traditional tea ceremony experience. It will be more of a casual experience.
I'm the founder of ShiZen Tea , a Japanese tea cafe in Ningyocho-Ninhonbashi. As a young child, I had an opportunity to experience Japanese tea ceremony since my mother was into Sado back then. For more than 5 years of study of Japanese Tea, I have gone to many tea farms and tea factory around Japan. Through the study, I have gained concrete knowledge of Japanese tea and been certified as the Japanese Tea Adviser. We specialize in how to brew/infuse the Japanese tea and have served many customers in Japan through our cafe.
Traditional Japanese Sweets Wagashi
Sencha and Matcha
Tea pot / Tea Scoop / Tea whisk
It will be held at the Japanese Tea Cafe "ShiZen Tea." The building will be a renovated resident house that is over 100 years old. It is located in a place that is very hard to find, for that reason we will meet at the exit of the station (A5 exit). Then we will walk from there to the actual location.
最多可有8位年满18周岁的参与者参加。 We will be drinking tea in a quiet cafe.
This will not be an experience of Japanese Tea Ceremony. It will be more of a casual way of enjoying and learning the Japanese Tea.