Visit Nishio's first tea picking and matcha factory, experience matcha tea, and visit Nishio Castle Historical Park.

Nishio City is one of Japan’s leading matcha producing areas, and uses most of its tea leaves for producing green tea rather than green tea. There are two types of matcha: tea ceremony and product, which are more expensive. Matcha for products is used in many ingredients, including Haagen-Dazs ice cream. Every year from late April to May, tea leaves are called Ichibancha, and only tea leaves are used for tea ceremony. The experience of picking the best tea used for this tea ceremony matcha is rare. In addition, matcha is only ground tea that has been dried from tea leaves and ground with a stone mortar. Matcha using a crusher is not matcha. In this project, you can tour a matcha factory with the guidance of an expert and experience the making of matcha by grinding Tencha with a stone mill. In addition, you can experience making and drinking matcha yourself. At the same time, you can learn simple tea ceremony and enjoy seasonal Japanese sweets. * Comes with Nishio Matcha Latte souvenir. After lunch with Petonkatsu and Sashimi, transfer to Nishio City Historical Park, and visit a tea room, Shoin, Karesansui Garden, Nishio Castle Ushitoraga and others at the former Konoe House relocated from Kyoto with a guide. To do.
After that, you will visit the miso brewery (Miso Park), a place where you can make miso, a traditional Japanese food and a specialty of Nishio. There are many types of miso, including red miso, white miso, bean miso, and combined miso. Have some of them eat and compare and know the difference. This tour is a recommended project that allows you to deeply experience Japanese culture.
* Duration: 6 hours
* Starts: Nishio, Japan
* Trip Category: Food, Wine & Nightlife >> Cooking Classes




Nishio City is one of Japan’s leading matcha producing areas, and uses most of its tea leaves for producing green tea rather than green tea. There are two types of matcha: tea ceremony and product, which are more expensive. Matcha for products is used in many ingredients, including Haagen-Dazs ice cream. Every year from late April to May, tea leaves are called Ichibancha, and only tea leaves are used for tea ceremony. The experience of picking the best tea used for this tea ceremony matcha is rare. In addition, matcha is only ground tea that has been dried from tea leaves and ground with a stone mortar. Matcha using a crusher is not matcha. In this project, you can tour a matcha factory with the guidance of an expert and experience the making of matcha by grinding Tencha with a stone mill. In addition, you can experience making and drinking matcha yourself. At the same time, you can learn simple tea ceremony and enjoy seasonal Japanese sweets. * Comes with Nishio Matcha Latte souvenir. After lunch with Petonkatsu and Sashimi, transfer to Nishio City Historical Park, and visit a tea room, Shoin, Karesansui Garden, Nishio Castle Ushitoraga and others at the former Konoe House relocated from Kyoto with a guide. To do.
After that, you will visit the miso brewery (Miso Park), a place where you can make miso, a traditional Japanese food and a specialty of Nishio. There are many types of miso, including red miso, white miso, bean miso, and combined miso. Have some of them eat and compare and know the difference. This tour is a recommended project that allows you to deeply experience Japanese culture.

Itinerary

In Nishio City, one of Japan’s leading matcha producing areas, you will experience “Ichibancha”, which is mainly used for tea ceremony. You can also take a commemorative photo wearing a traditional tea-picking daughter costume. Afterwards, you will visit a matcha factory at a teahouse that has a reputation in the local area, and experience making matcha (stone milling) and drinking and drinking matcha by yourself (with Japanese sweets). You will also learn a simple tea ceremony. After lunch, we will walk you to the tea room of the old Konoe residence in the historical park, the Shoin and the tower of the Nishio Castle. A tour of the miso storehouse and a comparison of eating miso in an old private house.A Japanese traditional experience guided by guides (English) is a lot of courses. ※ With souvenirs of Nishio matcha latte. ※ Includes a taxi ticket for traveling from Nishio Station to tea plantation to lunch.
[Schedule] * An English guide will guide you. * Adult and child rates are the same.
10:15 Meeting Nishio Tourist Information Center
10: 15 ~ 10: 30 Taxis by taxi
10: 30-11: 45 Tour of matcha factory at Aoi Seika (stone milling experience) and matcha tea
Experience ・ Matcha one piece (with Japanese confectionery) ・ Shopping
11: 45-11: 55 Move on foot
11: 55-12: 50 At the “Inariyama Tea Garden Park”, experience tea-picking and commemorate wearing a tea-picking daughter’s costume
Photo ※ Nishio green tea with green tea plastic bottle included
12: 50-13: 00 Take a taxi
13:00-14:00 Lunch at Tonkatsu Nishiki (Tonkatsu / Sashimi)
14: 00-14: 1014Move on foot に て (600m)
14: 10-15: 00 Visit Nishio Historical Park (Historical Museum, Honmaru Ushitora Yagura, Former Konoe House)
From 15:00 to 15:10 Move on foot (700m)
From 15:10 to 16:00 “Miso park”, visit the miso storehouse, taste miso, shop
From 16:00 to 16:15 Move on foot (600m)
16:15 disbanded at Nishio Station
* “Reference” For customers from Nagoya, Nagoya Railway (Meitetsu) is convenient.
Outbound: 9:22 from Meitetsu Nagoya Station 着 Arrival at Nishio Station 10:11 (Kirayoshida: no transfer)
Return: 16:30 from Nishio Station 着 Arrive at Meitetsu Nagoya Station 17:19 (for Saya: no transfer)
Fare: 810 yen one way (not included in the price of this project)

Stop At:

• Aoi Seicha, 7 Kamiyashiki, Kamimachi, Nishio 445-0894 Aichi Prefecture
• Nishio City Historical Park, 231-1 Kinjocho, Nishio 445-0864 Aichi Prefecture