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Teahouse Meimei-an

278 Kitahoricho, Matsue, Shimane Prefecture
+81 852-21-9863
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Harmony for the soul

Teahouse Meimei-an is an excellent place to enjoy an authentic Japanese tea ceremony (Sado) as well... read more

Reviewed 6 February 2017
Tristan J
A special moment

This is an easy to miss gem. The tiny tea house is said to be one of the oldest in Japan... read more

Reviewed 26 October 2015
ACOX_13
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5 Feb 2017
“Harmony for the soul”
25 Oct 2015
“A special moment”
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278 Kitahoricho, Matsue, Shimane Prefecture
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+81 852-21-9863
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Reviewed 6 February 2017

Teahouse Meimei-an is an excellent place to enjoy an authentic Japanese tea ceremony (Sado) as well as the quietness of the adorable little garden in front of the teahouse.

Thank Tristan J
Reviewed 26 October 2015

This is an easy to miss gem. The tiny tea house is said to be one of the oldest in Japan. Sometimes "age" refers to the site rather than the building in Japan, however its dimensions and scale certainly felt genuine. We explored the house,...More

Thank ACOX_13
Reviewed 5 April 2013

The garden is beautiful and traditionally Japanese with a zen feeling but the tea ceremony was the best part as you get to sit in the tea house facing the large glass sliding doors, sipping on some green tea and enjoying the view. The woman...More

1  Thank James C
Reviewed 18 February 2013

I visited during Matsue's Dachakai, a weekend-long tea festival. Most of the schools held casual tea ceremonies in tents on the castle grounds, but the Mushakoujiisenke (warrior) school held theirs here. A short trek up the hill from Shiomi Nawate street, it was covered in...More

1  Thank Brittany P
Reviewed 10 September 2012

It is a hike uphill to get to it, but a nice view once there. The old teahouse is quite beautiful, and the "new" teahouse serves tea and mochi. Worth checking it out if you are interested in tea ceremony.

1  Thank Shojin
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