Kyoto Tea Country

Tea Brewing Experience

January-December

Learn how to brew and savor delicious Uji tea while sharing information about the history, production process, and benefits of the three famous types of Japanese tea: gyokuro, matcha, and sencha.
Uji Tea Ceremony Hall Takumi-no Yakata was established by the Chamber of Kyoto Prefecture Tea as a place for training and exchange related to Uji tea for a broad range of people.
Visitors can relax with a cup of delicious Uji tea as they look out over the scenic Uji River.
Also in the neighborhood are the Tale of Genji Museum, as well as Byodo-in Temple and Uji-gami Shrine, both of which have been designated as World Cultural Heritage Sites. Visitors can drop in as they take a walk.

  • Price : 2,000 yen (tax incl.) per person
  • Date & Time : 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Last order 4:30 p.m.)
    Public Holiday: Wednesdays, Year-end and New Years holidays, Obon Festival days
  • Location : Uji Tea Ceremony Hall Takumi-no Yakata

Details

Date & Time
11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Last order 4:30 p.m.)
Public Holiday: Wednesdays, Year-end and New Years holidays, Obon Festival days
Max. Number of Participants
Up to 20 people per time
Price
2,000 yen (tax incl.) per person
Location
Uji Tea Ceremony Hall Takumi-no Yakata
Address
17-1 Uji Mataburi, Uji City 611-0021
Access
5 minute walk from Uji Station on the Keihan Uji Line
15 minute walk from Uji Station on the JR Nara Line
Inquiries
Takumi-no-Yakata
0774-23-0888

Additional Notes

Parking available, reservation required

Cancellation Policy