Kenrokuen Tea Ceremony Experience

We offer a heart-warming tea ceremony experience at Kenrokutei in Kenroku-en, one of Kanazawa’s most popular tourist attractions. Kenrokutei is a historic place where the lord once entertained important guests. In this wonderful setting, you can experience Kanazawa’s tea ceremony culture and Japanese traditions. The standing tea ceremony is designed to be enjoyable even for those who have difficulty in sitting on the floor. The tea experience includes a demonstration of how to make tea by the master, followed by an opportunity to make the tea yourself. There will also be an explanation of the basics of the tea ceremony and how to use tea utensils, so even those new to the tea ceremony can participate without worry. A commemorative photograph will be taken at the end of the session, so that participants can enjoy a special moment in the spirit of a once-in-a-lifetime encounter. We hope that this experience will give you a deeper appreciation of the charm of the tea ceremony.


  • [Languages] English
  • [Tea cakes] Japanese sweets(Wagashi) from a long-established Japanese confectioner in Kanazawa.
  • [Ryu Rei] This can also be done in a standing style, which makes it easier for those who are uncomfortable sitting on the floor to participate.
  • [Instructions] Includes easy-to-follow instructions for beginners on how to make tea and use tea utensils.
  • [Demonstration and practice] You can watch a tea ceremony and try your hand at making tea yourself.
  • [Kanazawa Culture] This is a rare opportunity to experience traditional Japanese culture, including Kanazawa’s tea ceremony culture.
  • [Photo shoot] Commemorative photo shoots are a great way to preserve special memories.


1 person 4,800yen (tax) Maximum number of appointments: 10 people


Tea experience

Meeting Point

In front of the Kenrokuen Fountain
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Meet at the Kenrokuen Fountain. This is right in front of Kenrokutei. Kenrokutei staff will meet you here. Please enter Kenroku-en on your own.

Staff will escort you to the Kenroku Pavilion ‘Lotus Pond Pavilion’. Please wait and watch the fountain.

Explanations of the tea ceremony will be given in Japanese and English.

The tea is served by the proprietor. The set includes beautiful Kanazawa tea cakes.

You will make your own tea. You will be given detailed instructions on how to use the tea whisk.

A commemorative photo will be taken with everyone. The photo will be taken with your camera.

After the event breaks up, visitors can enjoy a walk in Kenrokuen Garden.

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