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Yoga, Vegetable Lunch & Petit Cooking Class

  • Tea Ceremony Camellia GARDEN 18 Ryoanji-Ikenoshitacho, Ukyoku, Kyoto 616-8003 Japan (map)

We are excited to invite you to join us at Tea Ceremony Camellia GARDEN for our next Yoga event, this time featuring a Seasonal Vegetable Lunch! This session will begin at 11am on 3rd February.


Instructor Hiroshi Tetsukawa will guide you through a 90 minute Yoga session, designed to help relax the body, clear the mind, and re-energise you for the week ahead.

The class has been tailored to suit all levels, so whether you are an absolute beginner or regular practitioner, be sure to come along and enjoy peaceful exercise and contemplation. 


Following the Yoga, our chef Hinako Taga will prepare a series of delicious vegetable dishes.
Hinako uses only the finest, fresh, seasonal vegetables in her cooking, and has designed a menu without eggs, milk, fish or meat.

To finish the afternoon Hinako will present a short cooking class so that you can enjoy some of her recipes at home.

And for this event, the Yoga instruction will be in Japanese only.
We look forward to welcoming you soon.


◎Date: 3rd February at 11:00 am
◎Place: Tea Ceremony Camellia GARDEN
 11:00~12:30 Yoga
 12:30~14:00   Lunch
◎Fee: 5,800yen
◎Capacity: 10 people
◎Things to bring: a comfortable outfit, a water bottle for hydration, a towel and Yoga mat*.
 *If you don't have a yoga mat, it is fine to use a bath towel. 
 For an extra 300 yen we can provide you with a yoga mat for the session.
 Please let us know in advance if you would like to do this. 
◎If you want to join the event, or if you have any inquiries, please send us an email.
◎Photo taking:
 During the event we may take some photos to put on our social media pages.
 Please let us know if you would prefer not to be included in such materials.


Sports instructor
Hiroshi Tetsukawa

I started to practice yoga because of bad back pain about 13 years ago. As my back pain diminished through exercise, it got me interested in learning more about the human body. Knowing how important exercise is for us all, I decided to become a sports & yoga instructor. I now teach yoga, swimming, aqua aerobics and other sports. Yoga is more than just physical exercise, it also helps improve our mental health. My motto is “a healthy body is a healthy mind”.

Earlier Event: December 23
Christmas At Camellia