AirKitchen, an inbound food experience platform, has launched a tea ceremony classroom service for tourists visiting Japan!

ZAZA Corporation
AirKitchen, an inbound food experience platform, has launched a tea ceremony classroom service for tourists visiting Japan!
Develop activities that attract a lot of attention from foreign visitors to Japan, the Tea Ceremony Class, to spread Japanese tea culture to the world.
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The airKitchen (air kitchen) cooking class service for inbound tourists (ZAZA Corporation, Tel: 050-3561-7257) allows Japanese housewives to invite foreign visitors to their homes to teach them how to cook Japanese food. You can earn income. We are pleased to announce that airKitchen, which is expanding in the cooking class market, will enter the tea ceremony class area.
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In recent years, the change from goods consumption to consumption has spread not only in Japan but also in the inbound market. Many people say that enjoying the “experience unique to their destination” is the real pleasure of traveling. While the needs of foreign tourists visiting Japan are diversifying, it is urgently necessary to establish a system to accommodate those needs in Japan.
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中 Meanwhile, airKitchen, a food experience platform for inbound tourists, has launched a service for Tea Ceremony for tourists visiting Japan.
AirKitchen is a matching platform that connects local hosts who teach home cooking on the road with travelers who want to learn
international cuisine locally. Inbound travelers can use airKitchen to visit their destination home and make Japanese food with local hosts. You can experience a deeper and more local Japanese culture than a regular trip to a popular tourist destination. The host will also receive a request from the guest if they post their home cooking experience on the airKitchen website. You can earn money by inviting guests to your home and holding cooking experiences.
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Tea ceremony class is one of the most popular activities for foreign visitors to Japan. Many guests who have used airKitchen’s tea ceremony classroom have been very well received for learning about the meaning and manners of the tea ceremony and gaining a true understanding of Japanese culture. In addition, the taste of the matcha made by himself and the sweets made is said to be exceptional.
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The host can also open a simple tea ceremony classroom using a Japanese-style room at home. If you learn the basics of tea ceremony and prepare the necessary tools and materials for the tea ceremony, it is possible to teach guests how to make tea. In addition, foreign visitors to Japan can easily select the tea ceremony experiences from all over Japan and make reservations and settlements in a simple manner.
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AirKitchen responds to the diversifying needs of foreign visitors to Japan by providing various food-related activities to foreign visitors based on cooking experiences. We also believe that holding housewives’ activities at home will broaden the range of experiences in Japan and contribute to strengthening the system to withstand tourism demand. Starting from the tea ceremony classroom, we will strive to spread the appeal of Japanese culture by developing various areas related to food, such as tour experience at the fish market, tasting of sake, fruit picking, and so on.
▼ Register a host to airKitchen here (free registration)
https://airkitchen.me/host.php
▼ Click here for a list of cooking classes in Tokyo
https://airkitchen.me/list/tokyo.php
▼ Click here for a list of tea ceremony classroom pages in Tokyo https://airkitchen.me/list/tokyo/tea-ceremony.php
▼ Click here for a list of tea ceremony classroom pages in Tokyo https://airkitchen.me/list/kyoto/category/tea-ceremony/
▼ Click here for the introduction video of airKitchen
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZfiIcnEt_Q


For more information about this release(Japanese):

https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000034.000032842.html


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