Tea culture in Japan has long been held in high regard amongst the Japanese people, even extending to the spiritual island of Miyajima, close to Hiroshima. Sado in Japanese means “the way of tea,” referring to how to serve and enjoy it as an art form. A tea ceremony in Japan includes many elements, not only matcha green tea made from high-quality ingredients, but the serving utensils and tea vessels contribute to the atmosphere and ritual of any tea ceremony. The room also cultivates ambiance as a part of the ceremony, where you can enjoy tea with peace of mind, appreciating the refinement of tea in a beautiful surrounding. This Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony in Miyajima is a cultural class that offers the opportunity to understand more about Japanese tea and the historic tea ceremony from a deeper perspective.
Enjoy a Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony in Miyajima, the beautiful “shrine island” that’s officially known as Itsukushima. A wonderful day trip from Hiroshima is just a quick ferry trip away, so you can easily enjoy the wonders of a Japanese tea ceremony in Miyajima on a day trip during this atmospheric class. It also includes a session to try on a gorgeous Japanese kimono, making it a special experience where you can fully immerse yourself in traditional culture. With unmatched hospitality, during this tea ceremony in Miyajima, you’ll enjoy the performance of tea ceremony and participate while wearing a kimono, followed by a class of tea making. Here, you’ll learn to make your own tea, a humbling experience that’s perfect on the spiritual island of during this Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony in Miyajima.
A 1-hour traditional Japanese tea ceremony class with a kimono wearing session
An English-speaking tea ceremony instructor
Learn how to dress in a traditional Japanese kimono and look amazing!
Tea ceremony utensils, equipment, and ingredients
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
The meeting point is at the experience location on Miyajima Island (Itsukushima). Details will be shared after booking.
Please be reminded to come to the experience on time