Genuine Tea Ceremony, Kimono Dressing, and Photography
From ¥15,300 / person
2:00 PM – 4:30 PM
The fees and schedule provided are for reference only. They may vary depending on availability. Please inquire using the form below for more information.
We offer the opportunity to experience the tea ceremony in kimono, which offers a glimpse of
Japan's exquisite beauty!
We are ready to propose you the followings;
・Witness the intricate process of making matcha tea, which embodies the essence of Japanese tea culture.
※ You can enjoy both professionally prepared matcha and your own matcha.
・Being dressed Yukata(summer cotton kimono) in summer, and Kimono in winter time. (Now Yukata)
※ I offer authentic kimonos made from silk, produced in the traditional way.
※ You can choose from more than 50 Yukata or Kimono to wear on the day.
・Taking a walk dressed with Yukata or Kimono together with AKIZAKURA's Kimono Upcycled Umbrella.
・During a walk, I show you the stylish walking-manner with Yukata and Kimono, way of sitting-down, and pattern of behavior.
・Of course, you can have a lot of commemorative photos at a local shrine and a tea room, for your unforgettable experience in Japan.
At the heart of our experience lies the mesmerizing tea ceremony experience – a ritual that transcends mere sips of tea and delves into the realm of mindfulness and respect.
※ Date and time may be customised. Please contact us to discuss.
※ I usually shoot with an iPhone 14pro, but if you would like to have a professional photographer take phots, it is possible for +JPY 10,000.
※ Professional hair and makeup services are available for an additional fee.
Sweets eaten before matcha at tea ceremony
Matcha at Tea Ceremony
Kimono / yukata & Obi
Kimono upcycling umbrella
Shooting with iPhone 14pro
Plastic umbrella (if it rains)
Hi, I'm a producer of Kimono Umbrella, which is created by upcycling kimono, and a
The kimono upcycling brand [AKIZAKURA], which I launched in 2017, was featured in Japanese TV programmes, for example on NHK World's "Kawaii international", and in many magazines, radio and other media.
As a kimono dresser, I have dressed approximately 1,000 people in Japan, Singapore and France, and I have also taught kimono knowledge and etiquette to others.
Japanese kimono and the AKIZAKURA's Kimono Umbrella are very beautiful and enhance a person's dignity. I want people all over the world to enjoy those.
This time, I worked with kiyoko, a professional tea ceremony teacher, to create content that allows visitors to experience Japanese culture in more depth!
So, you can have comfortable time with wonderful smile!
For inquiries and applications, you can also reach out through our Instagram account.