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Suntory Museum Tea Ceremony, Roppongi – Traditional Ceremonies Offered Bi-Weekly

I highly recommend the Suntory Museum Tea Ceremony if you have guests in town or have yet to experience a traditional Japanese tea ceremony yourself. The Suntory Museum offers a great value for visitors. I have yet to find a 1,000 JPY tea ceremony in such a lovely environment.  The tea room is lovely and incorporates some pieces from the original Suntory Museum. Great activity for families with patient children who can sit for about 30-40 mins.

Suntory Museum Tea CeremonySuntory Museum Tea Ceremony, Roppongi – Traditional Ceremonies Offered Bi-Weekly

The tea ceremonies take place a few Thursdays each month. There are three times for the ceremonies 13:00, 14:00, and 15:00. Below is the schedule for Oct-Dec 2017. You can check out details here. 

Tickets can only be purchased in person on the day of the ceremony. There is a 50-person limit per day. Each person in line can only buy two tickets.  Tickets go on sale at 10:00 on the 3rd floor of Midtown (Suntory Suntory Museum Tea CeremonyMuseum).

I recommend grabbing a coffee at the Starbucks downstairs and lining up by 9:30. Once you have your ticket, enjoy the Suntory Museum Exhibit, Shopping, and Lunch in Midtown or scoot over to 21-21 Design Site or the National Museum.

Tea ceremony schedule for October – December 2017.

October 5, 12, 19

November 5, 23

December 2, 21

Suntory Museum Details
Address: Tokyo Midtown Galleria 3rd floor, 9-7-4 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Phone:
 03-3479-8600
Cost: 1,000 JPY per ticket
Access: 
Direct access via underground walkway from Roppongi station on the Hibiya and Oedo Line
Website: 
http://www.suntory.com/sma/rental/teaceremonyroom.html
Notes: 
Stroller and wheelchair accessible to the build and museum

Suntory Museum Tea Ceremony, Roppongi – Traditional Ceremonies Offered Bi-Weekly

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