Your lesson could be a group lesson only when other participants want to join the same date/time lesson as yours.
The foundation of Japanese traditional culture was laid in the Muromachi period. At that time, people called "ami" protected and promoted the emerging culture, including noh dance and the tea ceremony. They were priests who served a shogun or feudal lord, and sowed the seeds of our classical aesthetic values. Ami emphasized equality, virtue, harmony and calmness in their contribution to cultural development. "Ami Kyoto" continues to spread their spirituality which still underlies the Japanese culture of today.
It is a unique opportunity to be able to spend time inside a traditional machiya or Japanese townhouse. Kyoto was once filled with these simple wooden houses. We think you'll agree they are still beautiful. Please come and immerse yourself in a quaint, yet elegant space.
■ About Registration
＊ Please send a reservation form by 5:00pm three days before the desired day of your booking.
＊ Now we use a rental space. Please understand we can't accept your booking in case the venue is not available.
＊ For ikebana experience, please do not choose Saturday afternoon and Sunday as the instructor is not available.
＊ For calligraphy experience, please do not choose Thursday as the instructor is not available.
＊ Please understand we can't guarantee a group lesson even if you choose "Group lesson is preferable".
Your lesson will be a group lesson only when other participants want to take the same date/time lesson as yours.
＊ Your reservation is confirmed after fixing the date/time and your payment. (credit cards only)
If your class becomes a group lesson after your payment, we'll pay you the difference.
■ Reservation Form
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