Experience a traditional tea ceremony and wagashi-tasting (Japanese sweets) by a qualified master in a private tea room in the grand Buddhist temple of Zojoji, as well as a guided explanation of other key structures in Shiba Park central Tokyo and their significant role in history during the Edo period.
Located beside the iconic Tokyo Tower, the majestic gateway to the temple complex known as Sangedatsumon,
was originally constructed in 1622 and serves as a fitting and impressive entrance to the mausoleum of the
Tokugawa shogunate, rulers of Japan during this period. Today Zojoji Temple represents a thriving central hub
for many religious and cultural activities in the city.
First come, first served
Meeting point: Lobby Palace Hotel, 8.45 am
Coach transfer to luncheon and forum at Happo-en will depart at 11.30 am