The world of green tea and Kengo Kuma

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Misao Toyoshima

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In the epicentre of traditional culture in Tokyo throughout the modinized Japan, let's see how Japanese love the world of green tea.Experience how to make powdered green tea(Matcha) at the beautiful tea house designed by Kengo Kuma, a wood-oriented architect and winner of the upcoming Tokyo Olympic games stadium design competition.
1. Tea ceremony experience in Ginza
2. Visit the Nezu museum in Omotesando

Hello! I am Misao from Tokyo, a tour producer and guide with national certification.I can fly with you to anywhere in Japan wherer something "our speciality" waits for you, such as local daily scene, great contrysides, and unbeaten tracks.Leave your guidebook on a desk and let's discover your own JAPAN together.


Sample Tour Timeline

01:30 PM
Ginza Station

Meet Up Point

01:30 PM
Ginza Station

Meet Up Point

02:00 PM
Ginza

"Matcha" is Japanese Green Tea.
Learn how to make Green powdered tea(Matcha) and how to drink Mathca in a ceremony at the beautiful bamboo-used tea room designed by Kengo Kuma.

02:00 PM
Ginza

"Matcha" is Japanese Green Tea.
Learn how to make Green powdered tea(Matcha) and how to drink Mathca in a ceremony at the beautiful bamboo-used tea room designed by Kengo Kuma.

03:30 PM
Nezu Museum

The Nezu Museum was founded to conserve and exhibit the collection of pre-modern Japanese and East Asian art that Nezu Kaichirō (1860-1940), who is the founder of Railway Co.,Ltd, had passionately built.This museum offer us not only its collection including exquisitte utensils for tea ceremony but its building by Kengo Kuma and its cozy garden.

03:30 PM
Nezu Museum

The Nezu Museum was founded to conserve and exhibit the collection of pre-modern Japanese and East Asian art that Nezu Kaichirō (1860-1940), who is the founder of Railway Co.,Ltd, had passionately built.This museum offer us not only its collection including exquisitte utensils for tea ceremony but its building by Kengo Kuma and its cozy garden.

05:00 PM
Omote Sando Station

Break Up Point

05:00 PM
Omote Sando Station

Break Up Point

Additional Details

Where we meet

Ginza Station

What's included
  • Admission fee
  • Transport expenses
Things you need
  • Admission fee(approx. US $13.00)
  • Transport expenses(approx. US $10.00)
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