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Try Japanese Tea Ceremony in English!

| Tea , Weird Japan

One of Japan's unique cultural charms is the art of tea ceremony. However, it can be hard to experience true Japanese culture as a foreigner.

That's why Jidaiya, located in Tokyo's Asakusa area, provides Japanese cultural experiences like the traditional tea ceremony—but in English, and in a kimono. The skilled staff will teach you the history of tea ceremony, how to use the utensils, and of course, how to prepare the tea.

So while you may have concerns about cultural appropriation, you don't have to worry as this is a class that welcomes you to learn about and embrace Japanese culture. When you're in Japan, why not do as the Japanese do?

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