For vistors to Tokyo, the Koomon is a teahouse offering a variety of one-day Japanese cultural experiences courses. Each programme caters to learners' skill level, from introductory courses to advanced ones. The highlight, of course, is serving a tea ceremony in a kimono. The courses are offered in both Japanese and English. They also offer Ikebana flower arrangements, calligraphy and other experiences (for those interested in Ikebana, don't miss out on the Pretty Medals Ohara School!). And if you are planning to go, consider the early afternoon. That way, you can first check out the nearby Tsukiji fish market! Don't miss out as the market will be moving soon.
Transport Tokyo Metro Nihombashi Station B1 exit (2-minute walk)
Tokyo Station Yeasu central exit (7-minute walk)
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2-5-1 Yuraku-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8488
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