Not only do you get to enjoy tasting different types of tea and eating exquisite snacks but you also get to learn all about the beauty of Japanese tea in Tokyo in this invigorating event. The activity starts with the organizers, Marina and Dmitry showing a comprehensive and special presentation which includes informative slides, facts, and pictures to show. In here, one will learn all about Japanese tea from its history to its variety and most importantly, its health benefits to people. While the presentation is on-going, sencha will be served two ways – hot and cold – to teach the guests how to determine the difference it makes with taste and smell with the temperature of water used. With the talks of various types of tea, the organizers will also explain the big difference between matcha and sencha.
The organizers believe that every person has a different taste palette and it’s best for them to look for the best tasting snack to pair with their best tasting tea. They encourage the guests to pair the served snacks with their tea on their own. With wild honey, dried fruits, nuts, and yokan (jelly-cake), the snacks have different flavors and textures and if the guests have any question, the organizers are happily ready to answer and help. Hoji tea, which is roasted green tea, will also be served along with the traditional oolong tea, which is a representative of black tea. This event is highly recommended for enthusiasts and to those who want to learn more about Japanese tea.
Highlights of Japanese Tea Tasting and Snack Pairing Event:
- Learn all about Japanese tea: its history, its various types, and health benefits
- Taste 6 kinds of organic Japanese teas from classic sencha to unusual prolongs (The selection of teas may vary from season to season)
- Pair your tea with carefully selected seasonal snacks and Japanese sweets
Minimum of two, maximum of six participants.
If you are a single traveler, please contact us.
Literally means six trees in Japanese, Roppongi is well known for having a bustling nightlife and is usually packed with foreigners from all over the world. Pubs, restaurants, and clubs surround the place with vigor. Its neighboring districts – Hiroo, Azabu, and Akasaka – is home to many expat communities and embassies. Two of Tokyo’s largest development projects are also located here, which are Roppongi Hills and Tokyo Midtown which forever changed the façade of old Roppongi and placed a much better appeal to its locals and tourists. They are cities within a city. Aside from its busy nights, Roppongi is very much alive during daytime and one can find many places to visit around the district with art museums such as The National Art Center, Mori Art Museum where you can find in Roppongi Hills, and Suntory Museum of Art found in Tokyo Midtown. There are also fashion boutiques, a movie theater, and various restaurants one can visit. Roppongi is an area one shouldn’t miss when visiting Tokyo.
Access to the event place:
Japanese tea tasting and snack pairing event is held in a sake bar in Roppongi. The place is 10 minutes walk from Roppongi Station, Hibiya Line. The detailed location will be shared upon the reservation confirmation.
Notes from the Organizer:
- Meeting point is at the event’s place
- You will receive a confirmation within 24 hours. Once confirmed, present your booking information at the event place