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Chado Research Center茶道資料館(休業中)


8 Reviews
Art Museum

"A three-minute walk from the ""Horikawa Teranouchi"" bus stop and a 10-minute walk from the ""Horikawa Imadegawa"" bus stop. This art museum, located inside the Chado Research Center Gallery in the Urasenke Center, holds special exhibitions and displays a large number of tea utensils and tea ceremony-related materials. Visitors can also view a duplicate of the famous Yuin tearoom in the tearoom area on the second floor. When holding exhibitions, the museum also conducts appropriate lectures and, popular with students and international tourists, holds tea ceremony experiences that are easy even for absolute beginners to understand."


Kyoto Kyoto-shi Kamigyo-ku Horikawa-dori Teranouchi Agaru Teranouchitatecho (Kurama / Kibune / OharaArea)

phone 0754316474

9:30-16:30 (Last admission and tea ceremony until 16:00)

Review of Chado Research Center Gallery

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2015/11/23 Hard work for a few spis of tea!
Not at all what I expected for a tea ceremony!
Firstly you have to remove all your jewellery ( in case it damages the ancient cups they use. )and of course your shoes and bags ( no photos allowed...
Reviewed:2019/11/06 裏千家の茶道具があります
Reviewed:2018/05/04 裏千家運営の茶道資料館で展覧会時は呈茶付き

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Kyoto Kyoto-shi Kamigyo-ku Horikawa-dori Teranouchi Agaru Teranouchitatecho [ map ]
Kurama / Kibune / OharaArea
9:30-16:30 (Last admission and tea ceremony until 16:00)
Monday, Display Preparation Period
[Admission fee] 700yen (Special exhibition 1000yen)
Parking Lot
Available 3spaces
Credit Card
Not available
Temporary closure:Currently closed (information as of May 7, 2020)
* Information may be changed, so please be sure to check the official information.

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