At Machiyajuku Wa-no-Jiku, whose second title refers to the Zen aspect of “being in the here and now,” master the etiquette of daily life with the tea ceremony, the incense burning ritual, or incense creation. Japanese tea and sweets served with each lesson.
1) Tea ceremony and etiquette
Learn all the etiquette of a tea ceremony, expressing appreciation for the service and presentation of tea and of the home environment.
2) Kodo, the incense ceremony
Compound white sandalwood and agarwood into a caked incense called zuko, or make a incense sachet.
3) Kodo lecture & original incense
Received a lecture on aromatic woods and herbal medicine, and tailor a zuko or sachet to your own taste.
Reservations required three days in advance.
|1) Tea ceremony & etiquette||70min||¥2000+||15|
|2) Kodo, the incense ceremony||90min||¥4500||2–9|
|3) Kodo lecture & original incense||90min||¥6000||6|
1-34-6 Higashiyama, Kanazawa
(in Higashi Chaya District)
- 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
- Reservation & Inquiries