Known as chanoyu or sadō, Japanese tea ceremony is a form of art deeply rooted in the country’s history. Chanoyu gives us a respite from our busy worlds. The refined ceremony requires both host and guests to perform the almost choreographical steps to show good manners. The Tokyo National Museum’s exhibit will be a great way to learn about the history of tea ceremony and the items used for it.
(closed Mon/until 5:30 Tue/ 6pm Wed, Thu, Sun/ 8pm Fri and Sat)