A new lifestyle as “GOOD NATURE”
from Kyoto


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・Due to the hotel's amenity policy, we do not supply toothbrushes, hairbrushes, or shavers in the rooms.

・The entire facility is non-smoking and there is no designated smoking area.





Fukujuen Kyoto Flagship Store“RAKUCHU”(inside the capital Kyoto) area

You can experience the world of tea, such as matcha in an authentic tea room, in a special space where you can fully experience the world of tea. You can enjoy the profound world of tea, from authentic tea experiences to sweets that make the best use of Uji tea.


Address 〒600-8005 kado,Tominokoji, Shijo-dori, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto
TEL 075-221-2920
URL http://fukujuen-kyotohonten.com/
Access ・10 minutes walk from Shijo Station on the Subway Karasuma Line and Karasuma Station on the Hankyu Kyoto Line.
・15 minutes walk from Gion-Shijo Station on the Keihan Main Line
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Facing Shijo-dori, the center of Kyoto, the elegant Fukujuen Kyoto flagship store is based on black and lattice. In this nine-story building with one basement floor, you can enjoy the world of tea with a different concept on each floor.
You can savor the world of “tea” to your heart’s content, such as blending tea to your preference, purchasing tea that can only be purchased here as a souvenir, or experiencing matcha in an authentic tea room.
Although the image of the tea ceremony may be daunting, each procedure and manner has its own meaning, and once you understand the meaning, you will be able to understand and enjoy the tea more deeply. In addition, it is worth remembering the etiquette and manners of the tea ceremony room, as it is useful in business situations and in how to behave when you are invited to tea ceremonies. At Fukujuen’s Matcha Experience, you can follow the authentic procedure before entering the teahouse and experience the true atmosphere of the tea ceremony. Our expert staff will carefully guide you through the process, so even first-time visitors can participate in the tea ceremony with no worries.


stone wash basin

Go through the “Nijiliguchi (small entrance)” to the tea room

Seeing the tokonoma

make matcha tea
(eat with the main pastry)


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