Ureshino Chadoki

Our Ureshino tea ceremony can be experienced on 16th and 17th of February in the dignified atmosphere of Unkai, overlooking its beautiful Japanese garden. The tea is prepared using traditional tea utensils at a ceremonial table and can be enjoyed with dishes especially selected to create a subtle pair with each Ureshino tea.

Ureshino Chadoki: https://www.ureshinochadoki.com/

Special Event - Unkai Japanese Restaurant

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Dinner
16 February 2018
Door Opens 7:00p.m. / Start 7:30p.m.
Special Kaiseki Course, Ureshino tea ¥20,747 per person
Online special offer ¥15,000 per person

Lunch
17 February 2018
Door Opens 11:30a.m. / Start 12:00p.m.
Special Lunch Set, Ureshino tea ¥6,102 per person

Reservation only
Tel : 03-3505-1427

* Above price includes tax and service charge.

* This offer cannot be combined with any other benefit.

* Cancellation will be accepted until 2 days before the event. Following cancellation charges will be applicable, there after : 20% the day before, 50% on the day, and 100% without any notice.

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TEL:03-3505-1427

Elsewhere in the Hotel

There will be a tea ceremony held in the Atrium Lounge, special blended Ureshinocha tea will be available for sale at Pierre Gagnaire Pains et Gateaux and a tea ceremony will take place for in-house guests of Club InterContinental.

Pierre Gagnaire Pains et Gateaux

Pierre Gagnaire Pains et Gateaux

Take Out Tea
From 16 February 2018
Special Blend 'Ureshino Tea' ¥700

Atrium Lounge

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17 February 2018 4:00p.m.-7:00p.m.
18 February 2018 12:00p.m.-7:00p.m.
Ureshino Tea Set ¥2,000

*An additional 8% sales tax and 13% service charge will be added.

Club InterContinental

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We will be hosting a tea ceremony at Club Intercontinental, the largest and most luxurious lounge in the country, exclusively for our in-house guests.

17 February 2018 5:30p.m.-7:00p.m.
18 February 2018 2:00p.m.-4:00p.m. / 5:30p.m.-7:00p.m.

Ureshino Chadoki

For hundreds of years, in Ureshino, Saga Prefecture, historic cultural traditions have been passed down from generation to generation and include Ureshinocha tea, Hizen Yoshida Yaki pottery, and local Onsen hot springs.

Ureshino is a cultural stage like no other in Japan where the aforementioned three time-honored traditions still thrive.

Befitting a new era, our fresh perspective on centuries' old traditions is both universal and serene and reflects the distinctive four seasons of Japan.

The land of Ureshino influences all of Japan in the way local residents think,cultivate, and entertain.

We pledge to continue helping future generations learn about the beautiful Ureshino traditions of culture that have lasted for hundreds of years.

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