Enjoy the private matcha whisking experience in the traditional tearoom now!
On Weekday afternoon, "Short time Matcha Whisking Experience".
Matcha is the powdered green tea. It is served in the tea bowls in the traditional tea ceremony.
Here, you can experience whisking a bowl of your own tea in the real tearoom, enjoying with the typical dry sweets from the confectionary shop in Kyoto.
We teach you how to drink a bowl of matcha tea in the traditional way.
Not compulsory, but why don't you try?
Visit us to the hide-out tea room near Ginkaku-ji, the Silver Pavillion.
【Matcha Whisking Experience】Weekdays only.
Duration Approx. 20-30 minutes.
Please enjoy matcha whisking watching the traditional tea garden
Start: 13:00, 13:45, 14:30, 15:15.
Minimum number of participants: 2
Private Charge: 2p=¥2000/p、3p=¥1500/p、4-6p=¥1250/p.
（including tax, 2 matcha and Japanese dry sweets）
（For avoiding covid-19, we now have only private sessions. Thanks for your kind understanding.）
・Reception at the entrance
・Go through the small tea garden to the tearoom
・Demonstration how to make the foamy tea
・You can drink it with tasty Kyoto's dry sweets
・Enjoy making your own tea under the guidance
※ Reservation required.basis.
※ Capacity 6 guests maximum.
※ For who are difficult at sitting on tatami-mat, we have small chairs.
※ Available also in English.
※ Fee will also be charged for attendants and interpreters.
This is booking form for the Whisking sessions only on Weekdays.
Please select the schedule from the form below and apply.
When you receive confirmation e-mail of date and time from us, reservation is completed.
If there is no reply within 24 hours, sorry but please send it again.
Once the reservetion is confirmed, cancellation is accepted until 17p.m. Japan time on the previous day.
Please note that after the time above will be charged in full.
We accept the payment only by cash.
No dress code, jeans are all right. However, we're asking to refrain from barefeet in the tea room. Please wear socks.
In the room, no need to stay in seiza position (sitting erect with one's legs folded beneath), we have small chairs if you need. Please give your voice when you enter the tea room.
We look forward to seeing you!