- Enjoy a 3-hour tour of Kyoto's Uji district, the home of matcha
- Indulge in an authentic tea experience
- Visit must-see World Heritage sites and local tea shops and stroll the beautiful streets of Uji
- Hear old tales and stories to better understand the city past and present
You will travel back in time and appreciate this tourist area of Kyoto, frequented by ancient noble families. You will learn about green tea through the history and culture of Uji, famous for its World Heritage sites, tea fields, and nostalgic riverside neighborhoods. Have lunch in this historical district of Kyoto.At the end of your experience, yo...
- Lunch, Tea experience, Matcha tasting, Matcha making, wagashi sweets, and matcha ice cream, Local tour guide
- Additional food and drinks
- Instant confirmation Free cancellation Guided Tour Local touch Smaller Group Size e-Voucher COVID-19 information: There is a limit number of visitors, Government regulations compliant, Social distancing, Regular desinfection, Hands Sanitizers, Equipment sanitized, Visitors must bring and wear a mask, The guide will wear a mask Where: Otsukata Uji, Kyoto 611-0021, Japan Meeting point: Meeting at the entrance of Keihan Uji station 宇治駅 ( NOT the JR Uji station). What to remember: Tour operates with a minimum of 2 participants. In the unlikely event that the minimum is not met, you will receive a refundMaximum of 10 people per tour groupInfants (0-2 years) are free of chargePlease let the tour operator know if you have any dietary restrictions or allergies by filling in the field you'll find at check out
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