Guided Tea Tour of Kyoto Obubu Tea Farm

Guided Tea Tour of Kyoto Obubu Tea Farm

This 4-hour Tea Tour that can be offered in English is a fun and informative way to discover Japanese tea in Wazuka, a tea-producing region between Kyoto and Nara that represents Kyoto-Ujicha tea. /You will have an opportunity to take pictures in a green tea field that only tea farmers go to, visit a tea factory to see how Japanese teas are made, sample more than 9 varieties of Japanese teas and learn how to brew and prepare Sencha and Matcha using traditional tea-making equipment. For over a decade, over 10,000 international guests have participated in this popular Japanese cultural and nature experience.


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Kyoto Obubu Tea Farm(c)

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Minimum Number of Passengers
1 participant
Maximum Capacity
18 participants
Participation Restrictions
Guests who enjoy tea
Meeting and Exchange Areas
Meet and Disband on-site
2 Ootsuka, Sono, Wazuka, Soraku, Kyoto
Open Period
Closed Period
Excluded dates: December 22–January 8/only held on Tuesdays and Thursdays in January, February and August)
Meeting Times and Business Hours
Meeting time: 11:00 a.m., Operating hours: 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Tour Schedule
Meet on-site > Hear an explanation of the experiences and Japanese teas (around 30 minutes) > Be shown around a green tea field (around 60 minutes) > Visit a tea factory > (around 30 minutes) > Eat a meal (around 40 minutes) > Taste Japanese teas and go to a seminar on brewing Sencha and Matcha (around 70 minutes) > Shop (around 10 minutes)
Required Time
4 hours
Provision of Meals
Meals are provided
Open to meal requests
Can accommodate vegetarians, people on gluten-free diets and vegans
Universal accessibility
Not possible (there are stairs and there is walking involved at the green tea fields)
Up to 3 buses, Available for up to 10 vehicles)
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