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Welcome to Kimono Tea Ceremony Maikoya, a 6-floor building that used to be a geisha house (okiya) until the mid 1980s. Osaka is the birthplace of tea ceremony and we have the best selection of kimonos in addition to antique calligraphy tools and...more
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Our host was so welcoming and took time to explain to us all the different aspects of the process in a very detailed maneer and didn’t hesitate to show us several times the steps. Great pictures and great souvenir. Must do in Osaka !
I am so happy I got to experience the ceremony tea! I learned so much about Japanese culture ! The girls took time to dress me and make me feel pretty. Also, they were so nice and friendly ! I highly recommend this activity !
We took part in a tea ceremony demonstration and a calligraphy class, both of which were highly enjoyable and interesting. The people here were very friendly and welcoming to us and I would highly recommend this place to anyone who is in the area and...More
Brilliant couple of hours. Would recommend both the calligraphy lesson and the tea ceremony in a kimono. A highlight of our trip and some great pictures as well as a wonderful souvenir from the calligraphy lesson
My mother and I decided to visit this place during our trip to Osaka. They dress you in kimono, do your hair, and then walk you through the tea ceremony. We learned the important aspects of the ceremony, as well as how to clean the...More
I went with a friend to Maikoya, where we experienced a wonderful dive into the experience of making tea following the traditional tea ceremony. It was a very insightful and delightful experience, as each step is explained and guided by the tea mistress, who gave...More
I visited this place to experience some traditional sides of Japan with my friends and we loved it!! The staff are kind and helpful and patient enough to wait for us to choose kimono we liked and take loads of photos. The instruction was clear...More
Booked a quick detour to make some Japanese sweets with a friend. Chihori was an amazing teacher who was supportive and friendly. My sweets came out pretty mediorce but that was my fault, but she only encouraged me and helped me make them better. They...More
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