Tour Duration : 1 hours
Remarks: This is a virtual walking tour via ZOOM
Tour Requirement: min 6 to go
Japanese tea ceremony, also known as sado which means “the way of tea”. This is a Japanese tradition which serve as hospitality treatment of the hots to their guest.
Today, tea ceremony has become a tourist experience when visiting Japan. Tourist can join tea ceremonies in different cities in Japan with a closed up experience and understanding of Japan culture.
10:00 AM Tour Begins *
*depending on which session joined, time may vary
The earliest schedule of this virtual tour will start at 10:00 AM (Japan time)
Remember to be punctual when joining the tour!
Opps..before that, please prepare 56cm x 56cm square paper and 16cm x 16cm square paper for the origami session after the tea ceremony.
Tea Ceremony Lecture
A tea ceremony lecture and short briefing will be given upon tour starts. Please pay attention!
Tea Ceremony Demonstration
Followed by is the tea ceremony demonstrations. The host will demonstrate step by step during this session. You can make your own notes too!
After that, there will be an origami experience. This time you can take out the square paper that you prepared earlier and follow the steps given by the host.
After the origami session done. There will be a Q&A session followed. Now, you can voice out things that you want to be clear about for this tour.
For more details, visit us on Japan Virtual Experience Tour
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