Tea expeience and Ueno Park

History Art & Architecture
15,400 JPY ~ / person
About 2 hours
Language: English

What we'll do

This tour offers you a unique experience of exquisite Japanese tea. You will learn about the world of Japanese tea while making it, tasting it and even eating tea leaves. This amazing course is held in a cozy tea shop which was designed by Kuma Kengo, the architect who designed the national stadium for the 2020 Olympics.
After the tea experience, the tour visits Ueno Park, a place of relaxation for citizens and the nation’s center of art. The best time to visit is when the cherry blossoms of 1,200 trees are in bloom during late March to early April. In particular, the cherry blossoms spreading widely over the Shinobazu Pond is just stunning!

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Price per person
15,400 JPY ~ / person
Max participants
Up to 5 people
Hosted in English
Things you need to know before the tour

Transport expenses(approx. JPY550)
Admission fee(approx. JPY3,300 /per person)
We may drop by a restaurant or a cafe for a light meal if requested.


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    Jugetsudo Ginza Kabukiza

    A one-hour tea experience provides you with full and interesting chance to learn about Japanese tea. It includes 4 different types of tea for you to taste as well as delicious sweets, some of which are delicately baked with green tea powder. You also learn to make tea and enjoy the wonderful tea aroma.

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    Ueno Park

    As one of the nation's first parks, Ueno Park has provided a pleasant and comfortable space and time for visitors since 1873. Along the refined avenue, stately buildings of national museums line up, and the spacious park ground gives a pleasant atmosphere you’ll never experience in other places in Tokyo. There are also quite a few old temple buildings and monuments telling the history of Edo (Tokyo) in the 17th -19th centuries.

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