Hama-rikyu Gardens Tea House

Fancy taking a step back in time? Experience the majesty and tradition of Edo-era Japanese culture at the rebuilt Taka-no-ochaya teahouse in Hama-rikyu Gardens located in the heart of the city. Built in 1795, this teahouse originally acted as a resting area for the shogun during hawk-hunting outings.

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