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Experience of Tea Ceremony You can experience the tea ceremony on the Tatami mat or on the table. With delicious seasonal Japanese sweets 5,000 yen per person Contact Us
Sake tasting tour in Fushimi Fushimi is well known for sake brewing. The area has premium spring water “Fushimizu” which has been flowing since ancient times. Sake brewed in this area using this mellow water is smooth and called “Onna zake” (female sake). Fushimi has many breweries and restaurants where you can enjoy the local sake. Would you like to walk around the 『Sake town Fushimi』after talking about and tasting “Japanese sake” at Eclat Japon? 【Itinerary】 Let’s enjoy tasting different labels of sake while eating side dishes at nostalgic Kyomachiya (traditional town house)♪ Let’s go to brewery tours in Fushimi ♪(visiting places will vary depending on the […]
Japanese Calligraphy experience What does the Kanji say? “Kokoro” It says mind or heart. “Yume” It says dream. Would you like to make excellent memories of your trip by calligraphy experience ? A calligrapher would tell you how to write Kanji gently and politely. You can experience Japanese calligraphy comfortably in a nostalgic house. 1.5 hours for 5,000yen(include tax) per person 4,500yen(include tax)2persons/or more Application / Inquiry
We renovated the office of “Éclat Japon”. The Kyo-machiya, a traditional town house in Kyoto, was built about 70 years ago. First step, the tatami The Tatami craftsman, Japanese tatami mats are very heavy, so it was not easy to transport them! With his expert eye, the craftsman of “tatami” specifies that they are real tatami made from rare straw. Nowadays, many tatami mats are made from chemical fible. Second step, sliding doors. Once retyped, they have returned to their original white color! Third step, Shoji. They are sliding doors. “Shoji” craftsman has adjusted Japanese sliding doors with the help of adapted his tools. Last step, kitchen. This one is […]
Repair of Koto (traditional Japanese instrument) We repaired the koto. It had not been used for a long time. The koto craftsman replaced the old strings with new ones. The melodious sound of koto then resonated throughout the house. This instrument perfectly represents the unique and traditional technology of Japan.
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