Tea House

Tea HouseJuraku-an

Admission Fee and Tea 1,000 yen (tax in)

We serve matcha green tea with hot water boiled in a traditional, pure gold Japanese kettle, which has long been said to bring good luck and help longevity. The tea bowls are all from potteries in Shimane Prefecture, and the sweets for matcha are “Hinode-mae”, which are made by a local confectioner, San-ei-do.
In this tea room with chairs arranged, you can enjoy matcha in an easier manner. The wall is excavated, and through the infixed windows you can view the pair of “Living Hanging Scrolls” of the exterior White Gravel and Pine Garden, enjoying matcha. We hope you will have a relaxing time here.

* We accept all major credit cards.
* Reservations are not possible.Guests must enter the museum to gain access to the tea house.
* The tea room is sometimes closed for various reasons, for short periods of time or whole days.

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