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What’s the Japanese culture “SADO(tea ceremony)”?

What’s the SADO?

The host makes tea in the tea room and entertains the guests. There are many detailed etiquettes in the tea ceremony, all of which are considered to make the tea delicious.

Tea ceremony refers to the ceremony and style of tea ceremony. Tea room, hanging scroll, flowers, garden, tea utensils, each etiquette. Including the time when the tea ceremony is held, it is a comprehensive art called “tea ceremony” where everything is united.

Through the tea ceremony, the host treats the guests from the heart. A host is the owner of a tea party. The host makes the best possible preparations so that the guests can fully enjoy the tea time.

They carefully clean the tea room, take care of the garden, choose the tea sweets that are appropriate for the season, choose the tea ceremony utensils, and so on. The guests also attend the tea ceremony with the utmost courtesy in order to respond to the host’s heart.

Charm of SADO(tea ceremony)

The appeal of the tea ceremony lies not only in tasting matcha, but also in the once-in-a-lifetime interaction between people. While spending a long time in a small tea room, you can become close to people from the first meeting because the interaction between people is born through tea.

By immersing yourself in the relaxed atmosphere of the place where you forget about time, you can talk openly not only with each other, but also with the host.

Introduction of places where you can have a tea ceremony

1,Jidaiya Meijikan (Asakusa)

You can choose from a tea ceremony experience and a tour plan. It is also possible to wear a kimono as an option.


Address: 2-3-5 Kaminarimon, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0034

1 minute walk from Asakusa Station

price (Plan with matcha and sweets)

Experience by yourself 8,800 yen (tax included)
Experience for 2 or more people 4,400 yen/person (tax included)

required time

About 30 to 50 minutes

Using full-fledged utensils, the instructor will carefully guide you from the history of the tea ceremony to the spirit, how to use the utensils, and the flow of the tea ceremony. After that, the customer will actually experience the tea ceremony according to the instructor’s guidance.


Price(Kimono tea ceremony plan)

For kimono additional 5,500 yen/person (tax included)
Yukata additional 4,400 yen/person (tax included)

required time

About 90 to 120 minutes

It is a plan to wear a kimono and enjoy the tea ceremony experience. By wearing a kimono, you feel a Japanese atmosphere, and your behavior becomes naturally graceful.
There is time for dressing, so the time required will be longer than a normal tea ceremony experience

For more information, check the URL


日本文化体験 – 時代屋 (jidaiya.biz)

2、Seishin (Asakusa)


Address: 1-9-8 Nishi-Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0035

14 minute walk from Asakusa Station


4,000 yen per person (90 minutes)

For more information, check the URL


Chado Workshop | the tea ceremony in tokyo (shizukokoro.com)

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