Let’s enjoy Japanese Green tea ~Green tea to prepare at home ~

Green TeaTokyoShibuya

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 Per participant
   5,000yen(tax included)

 Time Required
   Approximately 2 hours

 Availability
   First Friday, Saturday, Sunday of each month
Other days to join the event are subject to negotiation

 Reservation deadline
   Before 5 days

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Information

 

Per paticipant 5,000yen
Participating age 10 year old
Time Required Approximately 2 hours
Availability First Friday, Saturday, Sunday of each month
Other days to join the event are subject to negotiation
Address Shibuya-ku Tokyo (Address of the place will be informed after we receive your application.
By train Chiyoda-line: “Yoyogi Kouen” station
Odakyu-line:  “Yoyogi Hachiman” station

What is the event?

Green tea is a type of tea that is made from Camellia sinensis leaves that have not undergone the same withering and oxidation process used to make oolong and black tea. Green tea originated in China, but its production has spread to many countries in Asia. Several varieties of green tea exist, which differ substantially because of the variety of growing conditions, horticultural methods, production processing, and time of harvest. Steeping, or brewing, is the process of making tea, generally using two grams of tea per 100 ml of water or about 1 teaspoon of green tea per 150 ml cup. Higher-quality teas, like gyokuro, use more tea leaves and are steeped multiple times for short durations. Regular green tea is 99.9% water, provides 1 Calorie per 100 mL serving contains phytochemicals, such as polyphenols and caffeine.

Tea seeds were first brought to Japan in the early 9th century by the Buddhist monks Saicho and Kukai. During the Heian period (794–1185), Emperor Saga introduced the practice of drinking tea to the imperial family. The Zen Buddhist priest Eisai (1141–1215), founder of the Rinzai school of Buddhism, brought tea seeds from China to plant in various places in Japan. Eisai advocated that all people, not just Buddhist monks and the elite, drink tea for its health benefits.

Recommended points

It is different from Japanese tea ceremony, you will experience and learn how to make a cup of Japanese green tea and taste it.
Compare Japanese green teas, which tea leaves are from different places, with different temperatures.
Enjoy Japanese sweets and green tea

This even fee includes green tea bags decorated with Mizuhiki, an ancient Japanese art form that uses a special cord.
Leaflet in English “How to make a cup of green tea”

Details

In this event, enjoy Japanese green tea with a traditional Japanese desert, which balances the sweetness of the confectionery because Japanese green tea is a bit bitter.
Come and experience the joy of this traditional duo. Surprise your taste buds with a burst of sweetness to a surge of bitterness.

English Instruction

An English  instruction will be provided if require.

 

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Schedule

Welcome tea party. Enjoy a cup of cold-brewed green tea.
         

Lecture on Green tea (Producing area, tools, how to make a cup of delicious green tea)
         

Experience to make a cup of green tea using a Japanese tea pot

 

Cancellation by operators.

If the provision of the event becomes difficult to conduct due to natural disaster, war , disturbances, labor dispute, fire or other event of force majeure, your travel fee to the event place, accommodation fee, or fees other than event fee is not refunded. 

Cancellation Policy

or cancellation by the customer convenience, we have gotten the following cancellation fee.

The day before: 50% of the participation fee
Day: 100% of the participation fee

Note

If you have allergies to any food or others, please inform when you apply this event.

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Location

Address

Shibuya-ku Tokyo (Address of the place will be informed after we receive your application.

By train

Chiyoda-line: 3-minute walk from the station “Yoyogi Kouen”
Odakyu-line: 3-minute walk from the station “Yoyogi Hachiman” 

Station number 

Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line : C02

Odakyu Line 

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