Loved this place! I did the kimono and tea ceremony. You can tell that the lady doing the tea loves what she does and teaching it to others. I learned SO MUCH! Extremely friendly and helpful service! Would recommend to anyone!
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We took part in a traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony at the WAK Japan agency. First of all, we were fitted with beautiful kimonos, then the hostess explained all about the tea ceremony, its history and what would happen. She then commenced the ceremony, making a...More
We had a wonderful time dressing in Kimono's and enjoying a traditional tea ceremony followed by an Origami lesson. Our hostesses were absoluty charming, knowledgeable and very helpful. Dressing in Kimono's was great fun for my wife and I and she looked sensational in her...More
First I should say that my family and i visited in August 2015 not 2016 however this should not in any way affect the quality of this review . We decided to have a bash at origami after having had a Maiko visit and a...More
I booked a tea ceremony with kimono wearing at WAK Japan. Every single minute of the 1.5 hour course was delightful. A lovely lady named Akiko dressed me into a kimono of my choice, did my hair and took pictures of me. She took great...More
This is our 2nd experience using WAK (2015 and 2017) and they did not disappoint! On on visit in 2015 we did the calligraphy class, kimono dress up and tea ceremony followed by a terrific bento lunch! The hotel pickup and return were flawless and...More
My husband and I, and our adult son, thoroughly enjoyed this tea ceremony. We opted to wear the kimonos and are so glad we did. It really made us feel part of the experience, rather than observers. We were the only three in the class...More
Just had a most enjoyable and informative afternoon at a tea ceremony. Our kimono clad guide and interpreter took us to a Tea Master's home where the intecracies of the ceremony were explained by our charming hostess. If you want a unique Japanese experience, we...More
We had a very instructive and enjoyable time at a tea ceremony. The woman who explained it to us was elegant and graceful. The peace and quiet of the ceremony was something I had not appreciated before.