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A arte e a técnica do chá japonês em Quioto

A arte e a técnica do chá japonês em Quioto

Duration:Total de 5.5 horas
Includes:Bebidas
Languages:Oferecida em Inglês
Disponibilidade para esta experiência é rara.

Sobre o seu anfitrião

After leading various tours in Japan for years, I now have the privilege of partnering with highly-trained tea masters who conduct formal tea ceremonies in ancient Kyoto. They have studied tea cultivation and craft 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…
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O que iremos fazer

First we visit a traditional tea leaf merchant. He will explain where Japanese tea comes from, and how it is prepared as a commodity. Then 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? This tasting was so popular in ancient times that people started gambling on their ability to guess the right tea, and…

O que mais deve saber

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 can stop for lunch between venues.

O que está incluído

Bebidas
Japanese traditional tea samples, along with sweets that are part of the ceremony. Tea master will loan you a hand fan.

O que levar

a foldable umbrella in case of rain.
clean socks, as we may have to remove shoes and sit on traditional Japanese "tatami" mats
comfortable long trousers (loose fitting) to allow sitting on the floor. Shorts, Bermudas, short skirts are NOT appropriate.
Please do NOT wear shirts with product logos, sports team names, slogans, company names, etc. We want to preserve the aesthetics of the tea ceremony without having promotional names in view.
Simple, understated colors are preferred in your attire. Please leave luggage and large bags at your hotel.

Onde estará

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. 5. A kimono fashion hall, time permitting

Disponibilidade futura

If you don’t see availability for the time you are looking for, you can .
Segunda-feira, 29 de julho    De 09:30 a 15:00.
€193 por pessoa
Restam 5 de 5 vagas
Disponibilidade para esta experiência é rara.

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Política de cancelamento

Todas as experiências podem ser canceladas e reembolsadas integralmente até 24 horas após a compra.

Política de comunicação

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Requisitos dos hóspedes

Podem participar até 5 hóspedes com 12 ou mais anos de idade.

Documento de identificação oficial

Tem de tirar uma foto de si próprio que corresponda à foto do seu documento de identificação oficial, para a Airbnb poder confirmar quem realmente vem à experiência. Só terá de o fazer uma vez.

Mais dicas

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 can stop for lunch between venues.

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