Maps

- Click here for Camellia on Google maps

[Note] A new tea ceremony shop has opened facing on Ninenzaka-street recently. It's NOT us. Please do not get mixed up. We are one alley off the street in a quiet residential area.

We are hard to find, but worth it :)

 
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No sign shown on Ninenzaka street. Please find this small alley in between a huge vase and a white fan and a yellow pole with geisha on it.

No sign shown on Ninenzaka street. Please find this small alley in between a huge vase and a white fan and a yellow pole with geisha on it.

 Camellia is at the end of this alley. Please come in. We really appreciate it if you keep quiet since it's a residential area.

 Camellia is at the end of this alley. Please come in. We really appreciate it if you keep quiet since it's a residential area.

Please take a screenshot or save this image to your device and use it find Camellia.

Please take a screenshot or save this image to your device and use it find Camellia.

[By Taxi] Please tell your taxi driver to take you to 'Kodaiji, Ninenzaka' Every taxi drivers should know this one of the most visited tourist area. If not, ask him to call 075-525-3238 and we will explain. 

 

[From JR Kyoto station] Kyoto City Bus #100, #110 and #206 to Kiyomizu-Michi.

Cross the street, then come up the hill towards Pagoda. Pass the pagoda and keep up the hill, then about in 100m, there's a stairs going down on your left. Please go down, and the street is called Ninenzaka. Keep walking and in about 30m, you will find a small alley going to your left, with a sign says 'dead end' with a geisha painting on it. Please come into it and Camellia is on your left at the end of alley.

 

[From downtown] Kyoto City Bus #207 to Higashiyama-Yasui.

Keep walking along the street about 50m, then turn left to go up the hill about 100m until you find a stone-made Torii gate, then turn right. The street is called Ninenzaka. In about 30m, you will find a Hello Kitty shop on your right. Then after that there's a small alley going to your right with a sign says 'dead end' with a geisha painting on it. Please come into it and Camellia is on your left at the end of alley.

Either way, it takes about 15 minutes by bus normally, but takes much longer on weekends and during tourism season. Please check beforehand and take enough time to travel.

 

Camellia, Kiyomizu, Ninen-zaka

茶道体験カメリア 清水二寧坂

349-12 Masuya-cho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto 605-0826

京都市東山区高台寺南門通下河原東入る桝屋町349番地12

from overseas(海外より): +81-75-525-3238

within Japan(国内より): 075-525-3238

If we could not answer, please leave a message and your phone number (country too if you are calling from overseas or using a foreign mobile phone) . We will call you back. Thank you!

お電話に出られませんでした場合は、お手数ですが留守電にメッセージとお電話番号をお願いします。こちらよりお掛け直しいたします。

HOURS

Everyday from 10:00 - 18:00

Tea ceremony session starts every hour on the hour. Last session is 17:00. Please inquire if you wish for 18:00.

Email

camellia.teaceremony@gmail.com