|Meeting Point||Shizuoka Station|
|Ending Point||Shizuoka Station|
|Departure||09:00 AM ( recommended ) Flexible|
|Tour Type||Private Tour ( only for you )|
|Number of people||1 ~ 10|
In this tour, we will visit two places. One is the World Tea Museum located in Makinohara. It is the largest tea plantation in Japan. We can learn about the history and culture on tea across the world and experience tea ceremony there.
Shizuoka city has Chamachi(Tea Town) in its downtown area. There are some businesses related to tea industry gathering for a long time. We will visit one of the tea dealers to have a look at a tea factory and enjoy a cup of tea. The area also has an old shrine which had been patronized by Shogun Family and the towns(including tea twon) and streets had been developed under the reign of Shogun.
If you are a great tea lover, the tour will be recommended!
We had a wonderful tour with Hiroyo! The visit to the tea farm and sake brewery were very informative and fun. Hiroyo made our visit very pleasurable even singing a couple of traditional Japanes songs :) I would definitely recommend this tour to those interested in knowing more about Japanese culture that you won't hear or see in the more touristy areas of Japan. Thanks Hiroyo for making our visit so pleasant.
Hiroyo was very accommodating, knowledge and helpful. All my family had a very good time with her I hieghly recommend her.
Hiroyo is a wonderful and engaged guide who we can highly recommend. Everything is well organized, she has an adorable personality and she can help you to get more familiar with the japanese culture and basic etikette.
We had a fantastic visit toShimizu, thanks entirely to our wonderful guide. Thanks again
Spoke good English and very friendly
Shizuoka is the No. 1 Tea producer in Japan. We will visit two tea-related facilities on this tour. They are located in Makinohara plateau, the largest tea plantation area in Japan.
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