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Fukujuen CHA EXPERIENCE PARK

FUKUJUEN CHA EXPERIENCE PARK is a meeting place of culture and people through teas.
It is a tea theme park, where you can enjoy learning about teas that have been loved by people of the world throughout the ages.
Please also enjoy our tea gardens, various tea products and unique facilities.


North zone

1F Seminar room, Shop
2F Gallery
3F World tearooms

Center zone

1F Research room on tea manufacturing processes
2F Japanese tearooms, Tearooms

South zone

CHA Hall

Fukujuen CHA EXPERIENCE PARK

North zone

North zone Seminar room (1F)

Experience grinding Tencha (raw material for matcha) on a stone mill or how to brew tea.

Seminar room (1F)
Seminar room (1F)
Gallery (2F)

Panels and videos of the history and types of tea, the production process and the history of Fukujuen.

Gallery (2F)
Gallery (2F)
World tearooms (3F)

Table-setting of world tea life and encountering scenes.
Six booths exhibiting the cultural areas of tea drunk all over the world.

World tearooms (3F)
World tearooms (3F)
Multi-purpose hall (3F)

Tea classes and informal tea parties.

Multi-purpose hall (3F)
Shop (1F)

Stocks various kinds of products from traditional to new-style teas and confectionery made from tea.

Shop (1F)

Center zone

Center zone Research room on tea manufacturing processes (1F)

Exhibits of Japanese tea manufacturing equipment.

Research room on tea manufacturing processes and teas of the world (1F)
Japanese tearooms (2F)

Experience Uji tea and tea ceremony etiquette in a traditional tea ceremony room.

Japanese tearooms (2F)
Japanese tearooms (2F)
Tearooms (2F)
Tearooms (2F)

South zone

South zone

CHA Hall - an events hall.

South zone
South zone

Tea garden

Tea garden Shimogamo Kenjuen

This tea gardenfs tea trees were donated and transferred to Kyotofs Shimogamo Shrine. They are put into a polytunnel from the end of January and we hold a "first tea picking" event in the middle of March in advance of the actual new tea season.

Shimogamo Kenjuen
Tea garden

Tea trees transferred from tea-growing areas all over Japan are arranged according to the map of Japan from south to north.

Tea garden
Tea variety garden

Around 80 tea tree varieties not only from Japan but from all around the world are grown here.

Tea variety garden
Stone tea garden

Created with the hope that visitors will plant tea trees in their own gardens and become more familiar with tea. Feel free to take a walk around the rock and tea garden.
There is also a Western European-style tea garden planted with zelkova trees. Spend a moment in the green shade of the trees.

Stone tea garden | Rock and tea garden
Hothouse tea garden

We are researching potential ways to pick tea leaves all year round through hydroponic culture. We conduct the earliest tea picking in Japan each year in January.

Hothouse tea garden

Research and Development

Research and Development North zone@Building B

North Zone Building B is Fukujuenfs research and development facility where we conduct product development, manufacturing processes, technological development and quality management for tea.
(Not open to the public.)

North zone@Building B

Access

Fukujuen CHA EXPERIENCE PARK

3-Chome,1-1 Saganakadai, Kizugawa-city, Kyoto(Kansai Science City)
*15min walk from Kintetsu line Takanohara Station
*7min walk from Kintetsu line Yamadagawa Station
TEL 0774-73-1200

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