Kyoto Traveler's Inn

91 Okazaki Enshojicho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, 606-8344, Japan
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Forum Posts

A challenging question.

by izar

I have read that Japanese do drink gream powder tea. Is there a formal ceremony for that ? If so where should I make a reservaton?

Re: A challenging question.

by Care824

We did a "Kyoto Special Night" tour through JTB Sunrise Tours that included a tea ceremony and a zen tempura dinner at a local ryokan in the old part of Gion. Afterward we walked to the cultural center to watch a presentation on 7 different Japanese art forms including a dance by two Maiko. The whole experience was lovely.

While I do not know of any specific tea rooms, there are probably some where you can book a reservation for just the tea ceremony independently.

Re: A challenging question.

by dancinbudgie

If you are going to be in Tokyo, the Imperial hotel in Ginza does tea ceremony.
www.imperialhotel.co.jp.
Have a good trip!

Re: A challenging question.

by dancinbudgie

Sorry...just realised you are in the Kyoto forum....try the Westin Miyako Hotel. ph: 075 771 7111
Take no. 5 bus from Kyoto station to Jingu-michi bus stop.
They do tea ceremony classes for about 1200 yen

Travel Tips for Kyoto

Go on a geisha or maiko hunt. ...

by asantetravel

Go on a geisha or maiko hunt. Gion is the place to be at around sunset for geisha watching. Geisha tend to wear less make-up and simple kimonos, maiko on the other hand wear the white painted faces and colorful kimono.

Kitchen Mariko: classes for japanese cooking

by ketaru

I really like japanese food. And I don't mean sushi, but everyday dishes you eat at home or at an "izakaya". So I was very happy to learn how to make dashi-maki-tamago (egg-roll) and other everyday japanese meals ("o-banzai" or "o-souzai") at Kitchen Mariko.

The classes are held in English, and Mariko explains also important points that you cannot read in any cookbook.

I got a copy of the recipes so that I was able to cook these delicious meals at home later. I even bought a frypan for dashimaki-tamago at Tokyu Hands!

Bus

by Gili_S

The city buses are easy to use, rather frequent and can take you almost to any tourist spot in this city. In the evening the buses are not so frequent so be aware of that. In Japan you pay the bus when you leave and you better have the exact money in cash.

Local cafe's and drinking spots

by Gili_S about By the Ryozen Kannon

When you hang around a lot by foot in a hear of the summer it was very nice t find all those small local cafe's and drinking spots to have a drink and a break from the daily sun. This one is by the Ryozen Kannon.

A Gold Temple

by SHOCKZ

Another place to check out is the gold temple. Theres not much there but a temple that costs atleast 10 times the amount of your house and a couple really small waterfalls and trees. But it's a nice walk, and great picture location.

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Address: 91 Okazaki Enshojicho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, 606-8344, Japan