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Experience all of Japanese culture and Japanese food experience classes

Experience all of Japanese culture and Japanese food experience classes "origami, udon, Japanese food, green tea, calligraphy" in 4 hours

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In 4 hours, you will experience Japanese culture and hospitality at home. Experiences include origami, handmade udon, Japanese food, sushi and tempura. Experience matcha and Japanese sweets after meals. We make with you. Drinks (sake, beer, shochu and soft drinks) are free. As a souvenir, Keiko writes your name on colored paper in calligraphy. Through this experience, you will become a member of your home (homecoming TAKA) and make friends all over the world. The next time you visit our home, we welcome you as a family!
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$82.06
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Herbarium Bottle Making Workshop in Tokyo

Herbarium Bottle Making Workshop in Tokyo

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Japanese flower-arranging is a time-honored tradition, and herbariums are the newest—and trendiest—form to learn. Make your own bottled flower display during this relaxing, hands-on workshop, located in the heart of cutting-edge Jiyugaoka. Choose your own colorful blossoms and get two complimentary glass bottles to fill with blooming designs. Upgrade to add a scented perfume to your bottle, and enjoy a post-workshop cup of tea.
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  • 1 hour
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$84.11
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Experience Japanese Glassblowing in Tokyo

Experience Japanese Glassblowing in Tokyo

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If you want a souvenir that is completely different to anything you might find in the shops, create your own in this glass blowing experience at the Tokyo Glass Art Institute. Choose what you want to create, as well as the color, shape, and design, and, under close instruction, create your own unique glass artwork.
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  • 45 minutes
  • Taking safety measures
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$34.88
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Japanese Pottery Class in Tokyo

Japanese Pottery Class in Tokyo

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Pottery is an art form deeply embedded in Japanese culture. As a visitor, it can be difficult to find a way to experience it. This tour offers just that. You can learn how to make pottery from a sensei (teacher) in central Tokyo.
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  • 1 hour
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$37.74
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Kintsugi - Learn the Art of Golden pottery repair (BYO broken pottery)

Kintsugi - Learn the Art of Golden pottery repair (BYO broken pottery)

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Creative and artistic travelers will love the chance to take an old piece of pottery and breathe new life into it. Kintsugi is a unique Japanese art form where broken pottery is repaired with gold, creating a beautiful and new object. Learn the techniques and philosophy of the art from a master, with the assistance of an interpreter. Bring your own broken piece from home to work on.
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  • 2 hours
  • Taking safety measures
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$193.07
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A 90 min. Tea ceremony Workshop In The Authentic Tea Room

A 90 min. Tea ceremony Workshop In The Authentic Tea Room

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Chado, a tea ceremony that has roots in Zen, was established in Japan more than 400 years ago. Its fundamental form and style has never changed, and there are still many people studying and enjoying the culture worldwide. A Tea room is a space in which people experience mindfulness, and the tea-making process provides spiritual discipline. This is a chado school licensed from Urasenke Chado School in Kyoto, one of the biggest chado schools in the world. Ms. Mika Soka Haneishi, the owner of the school is a first degree instructor of Urasenke. She has been practicing Chado for over 23 years. This is not tourism—it is rather an immersion in culture.
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  • 1 day 1 hour 30 minutes
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Kintsugi Experience in Tokyo

Kintsugi Experience in Tokyo

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Turn something old into something new during this lesson in the Japanese art of "Kintsugi," the practice of repairing broken pottery. Stemming from a Japanese belief that breakage and repair are part of the history of an object, rather than a reason to throw them away, your class involves repairing damaged items with lacquer mixed with gold. Don a "samue" as you refinish one traditional pottery item, leaving with a newfound appreciation for Japanese aesthetics and a unique souvenir.
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  • 1 hour
  • Taking safety measures
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$78.47
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Online Japanese Traditional Dance Class at Home

Online Japanese Traditional Dance Class at Home

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This experience is unique experience. We will connect with zoom app, you can enjoy virtually while you are at home or any places where you are!
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  • 45 minutes
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Learn How to Make Beautiful and Delicious Wagashi Sweets in Tokyo

Learn How to Make Beautiful and Delicious Wagashi Sweets in Tokyo

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This tour is perfect for travelers with a sweet tooth, or those who are interested in arts and crafts. Learn how to make intricate Japanese Wagashi sweets during this fascinating small-group experience. Discover the history of this unique skill from an experienced chef, and make four seasonally-inspired sweets. Some may argue that the sweets are far too beautiful to eat, but you’ll get a chance to taste one at the end.
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
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$69.75
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Tenugui-Furoshiki Wrapping Class & Tea Ceremony in Asakusa, Tokyo

Tenugui-Furoshiki Wrapping Class & Tea Ceremony in Asakusa, Tokyo

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Discover the Japanese art of wrapping and enjoy a casual tea ceremony in Asakusa with this combination class. Tenugui and furoshiki are both traditional Japanese fabrics, and in recent years have started to make a comeback with modern twists including as smartphone covers. Learn wrapping techniques from a professional kimono dresser then take part in a small tea ceremony in a traditional tatami room, where you’ll learn how to whisk matcha green tea.
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
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$66.28
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Experience Japanese Pottery in Omotesando

Experience Japanese Pottery in Omotesando

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Craft the perfect Tokyo experience during this 60-minute Japanese pottery lesson in Tokyo’s Omotesando neighborhood. Don a ‘samue,’ the traditional garb of Japanese craftsmen, as you learn to make a hand-crafted pottery item with the help of your professional instructor. Choose between making a chopstick-rest or a ceramic cup, learning the clay mixing and painting process for these artisanal objects in the process. You'll leave with new knowledge of Japanese culture, plus the perfect hand-made souvenir.
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  • 1 hour
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$70.64
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Tokyo Cutting Glass Experience, Edo Kiriko

Tokyo Cutting Glass Experience, Edo Kiriko

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【OUTLINE】 Experience the essence of Japan at its vibrant best with Edo Kiriko, a traditional Japanese craft in which delicate patterns are carved onto glass. Select your favorite design from over ten beautiful patterns to carve along the sides or bottom, and carefully box your glass for taking back home. 【HIGHLIGHTS】 ・30 seconds on foot from Asakusa Station ・Select your favorite design from over ten samples to carve along the side and bottom ・Take home a souvenir you made yourself
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
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EDOCCO Teahouse

EDOCCO Teahouse

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With this ticket, you can enjoy the Japanese dance show while receiving a set of matcha and sweets at EDOCCO Tea House. You can also participate in mini workshops (calligraphy, origami, Japanese costume cosplay, etc.) where you can experience various Japanese culture, which is always available at EDOCCO Chaya. We also offer various options for souvenirs, such as making accessories for knob work and making original calligraphy T-shirts.
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  • 1 hour
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$27.97
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Tokyo Ikebana, Japanese Traditional Flower Arrangement Experience

Tokyo Ikebana, Japanese Traditional Flower Arrangement Experience

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Ikebana is the ancient Japanese art of flower arranging, and this hands-on experience is the perfect way to develop your skills. No need to worry about bringing anything with you as flowers and equipment are provided. Learn about the basics of Ikebana before making your own arrangement and taking photos.
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  • 1 hour 10 minutes
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$44.46
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Scented Omamori Charm Making Workshop at Gionji Temple in Chofu, Tokyo

Scented Omamori Charm Making Workshop at Gionji Temple in Chofu, Tokyo

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Create your own quintessentially Japanese gift—scented omamori—during this charm-making workshop held in Tokyo’s 1,000-year-old temple of Gionji. Select from multiple omamori bags, and learn the special meanings behind each one. Then, get hands-on instruction in blending scents from the wife of the temple priest, giving you unparalleled access to Japanese cultural traditions. Courses include a complimentary cup of Japanese tea at the end of the workshop.
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  • 1 hour
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