Uji City Municipal Teahouse "Taiho-an"
Beginner-friendly! Experience the authentic Ujicha tea ceremony etiquette taught conscientiously.

Taiho-an, an authentic teahouse, was built for the purpose of spreading knowledge about the tea ceremony. It is located next to the Uji Municipal Tourist Center. "Taiho-an" literally means "teahouse across from the phoenix." It was so named because it sits on a levee of the Uji River, across from Hoodo (Phoenix Hall) of Byodo - in Temple. Visitors to this teahouse, which is equipped with authentic seating for the ceremony, honseki and also hiroma-chaseki and ryurei-seki), can also savor fine tea.

Uji City Municipal Teahouse "Taiho-an"

Uji City Tourist Association

●1-5 Uji Togawa, Uji-shi, Kyoto 611-0021
●Holidays/the year-end and New Year holidays
●Admission/ Per seat inclusive of seasonal Japanese confectionery: 500 yen
Matcha menu: light grade 500 yen
Sencha menu: medium grade 500 yen, refined 700 yen
Tea ceremony etiquette experience: matcha or sencha 1,200 yen (Can accommodate one (1) person or more but reservation required 3 days in advance)

◆Access/ Get off at ""Uji Station"" of Keijin Uji Line, 10 minutes on foot; or
Get off at ""Uji Station"" of JR Nara Line, 15 minutes on foot

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Uji City Tourist Information Center
Uji Tourism's Base adjoined with Chashitsu Taihoan (tea shop).
Byodoin Temple 【World Heritage】
The Hoo-do - reflects the elegant image of a phoenix with its wings spread out
Cormorant Fishing in Uji-gawa River
Uji River's summer tradition brings you the Cormorant Fishermen's Show.
Shoshazan Enkyoji Temple
Renowned as the location site of ‘The Last Samurai’
The Monument of "Ten Chapters of Uji"
Immerse in the world of the Tale of Genji while walking around the city of Uji.

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