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A unique spot to experience Japan's culture

Our family had an amazing moment! This traditional tea ceremony and kimono wearing was a unique... read more

Reviewed May 14, 2014
Raphael J
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Paris, France
Wonderful intro to tea ceremony

This was a lovely introduction to traditional Japanese tea ceremony with demonstration... read more

Reviewed May 9, 2014
rachelcleo
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Ann Arbor, Michigan
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May 14, 2014
“A unique spot to experience Japan's culture”
May 9, 2014
“Wonderful intro to tea ceremony”
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To know about Japanese culture, of course seeing and listening is necessary.But more than that, it is very important to have hand-on experience.Holding the tools in your own hands, learning step by step, making your own bowl of matcha…Through this...more
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2-34-3 Asakusa | 4f, Taito 111-0032, Tokyo Prefecture
Ueno, Asakusa
+81 90-5333-6943
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Reviewed May 14, 2014

Our family had an amazing moment! This traditional tea ceremony and kimono wearing was a unique experience, that will remain for ever in our memories and hearts each time we will think/talk about our Japan trip. We are most grateful to Tomo-san and his assistants...More

Date of experience: April 2014
Thank Raphael J
chanoyu320, マネージャー at cha-no-yu, responded to this reviewResponded May 14, 2014

Jermara1-san Thank you for your visit. I also was able to with you and your family, have a great time! You can enjoy kimono experience, it was really good. I wish you happiness of your family! Best regards TOMO

Reviewed May 9, 2014

This was a lovely introduction to traditional Japanese tea ceremony with demonstration, instruction, and time for questions and making tea yourself. The staff were lovely and experienced and took time answering our many questions. It is a cozy atmosphere, but is definitely geared toward tourists...More

Date of experience: May 2014
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chanoyu320, マネージャー at cha-no-yu, responded to this reviewResponded May 14, 2014

Rcboswell-san I have you recommended the cha-no-yu, thank you so much! If there are additional questions, please feel free to contact us. That it has become a good memories of your stay in Japan, I am pleased really. Best regards TOMO

Reviewed May 8, 2014

I learned of the Cha-no-yu above the Amuse Museum near Senso-ji Temple through Trip Advisor and Rikyu Japanese Tea Mart (www.rikyucha.com). I appreciated learning the history of the tea ceremony and the importance of each utensil, and even the scroll displayed in the tokonoma. The...More

Date of experience: May 2014
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chanoyu320, マネージャー at cha-no-yu, responded to this reviewResponded May 14, 2014

Kaleimakamae-san Thank you very much a great review! At your home, please enjoy the tea ceremony. Please, to take care the 4 principle, harmony, respect, purity, and tranquility. If there is something you do not understand when you make a tea, please e-mail. Best regards...More

Reviewed April 27, 2014

Visited this little place after the sensoji temple and it was very educational! It is run by two hosts, and they taught us how they make tea and how to drink it. We then got a chance to make the tea ourselves. The hosts were...More

Date of experience: April 2014
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chanoyu320, マネージャー at cha-no-yu, responded to this reviewResponded May 14, 2014

Jack D-san Thank you for your visit. You will be pleased with certificate, I'm really happy!! Thank you in the future. Best regards TOMO

Reviewed April 17, 2014

Stumbled upon this place by accident after visiting the Senso-ji Temple. Located in a museum just outside the grounds of the Senso-ji Temple. The setting was lovely. We first of all had the opportunity to observe a tea ceremony and learn a little about the...More

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Date of experience: March 2014
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chanoyu320, マネージャー at cha-no-yu, responded to this reviewResponded April 21, 2014

Elaine O-san It received a great review from you, thank you very much!! What you have guests to a wonderful experience in honeymoon, my pleasure. I wish forever happiness couples of you . Best Regards. TOMO

Reviewed April 2, 2014

Amazing opportunity to try 茶の湯 - on both side of the cup! They have the right approach, the right place and the right price (actually way too cheap at the moment thanks to the opening discount). Something with the tea, however, wasn't perfect. I guessed...More

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Date of experience: March 2014
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chanoyu320, マネージャー at cha-no-yu, responded to this reviewResponded April 7, 2014

evgeny-san Thank you very much for your comments. So that it can continue the high reputation that I had from you, we will strive to improve. > I guessed the water and actually asked what water they use I hope it is not the quality...More

Reviewed April 2, 2014

I enjoyed learning the origin and process for tea ceremonies. After viewing the ceremony, we got to try first hand creating our own green tea.

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Date of experience: March 2014
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chanoyu320, マネージャー at cha-no-yu, responded to this reviewResponded April 7, 2014

Adam C san Thank you for your visit. Holding the tools in your own hands, learning step by step, making your own bowl of matcha ... Through this experience,you were able to feel harmony, respect, purity, and tranquility, I am really happy!!

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