In a garden and an open-air museum in Tokyo, we will hold large-scale tea ceremonies bringing together a number of tea schools, and introduce the culture of tea and the Edo-Tokyo culture which nurtured it to people from Japan and other countries.
Events including Nodate, an outdoor tea ceremony under the autumn sky and a Tea ceremony workshop for beginners, in addition to a full-scale tea ceremony, will make the "culture of tea" more accessible and enjoyable for people from overseas and those unfamiliar with the tea ceremony.
At the Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum, we are increasing the number of tea ceremony locations so that even more people can experience the "culture of tea".
Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum, Hama-rikyu Gardens
Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum:Sep. 27(Sat) & 28(Sun), Hama-rikyu Gardens:Oct. 11(Sat) & 12(Sun), 2014
Cha-seki；Indoor Tea Ceremony
Nodate；Outdoor Tea Ceremony
Nodate；Outdoor Tea Ceremony in English
Nodate；Outdoor Tea Ceremony by high school students
Tea Ceremony for Beginners