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Tokyo Grand Tea Ceremony 2013

How to apply for Cha-seki reservations

Reservations are required for the Cha-seki at both venues. Those interested must apply for reservations via reply-paid postcard or the official website (one application per person). Applications will be accepted from Jul 26 (Fri) through Aug 31 (Sat). Applications must be postmarked by the deadline. Should the number of applicants exceed the number of available seats, reservations will be assigned via a drawing. If there are still seats available after the application period or parties cancel their reservations, Cha-seki tickets will be available for purchase on the day of the event.

How to apply: Details

By reply-paid postcard
On a reply-paid postcard, write your preferred venue (1. Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum or 2. Hama-rikyū Gardens), your preferred date, your preferred time (morning or afternoon), the total number of people in your party (up to 2), and the name, address, and telephone number of the person representing your party. Then, mail the postcard to the Tokyo Grand Tea Ceremony 2013 Office.
* Make sure to write the name and address of the person representing your party on the reply postcard (the front of your reply-paid postcard).

Complete and submit the required items on the application form available from the official website.

[Application period]
Jul 26 (Fri) – Aug 31 (Sat), 2013
* Applications must be postmarked by the deadline

Secretariat of the Tokyo Traditional Arts Program Executive Committee
Kamiyama-cho Ogawa Bldg.3F,
5-20 Kamiyama-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0047
TEL: 03-3467-5421(Weekday 10:00~18:00) FAX : 03-3467-5422
URL: http://www.dento-wa.jp

[Drawing results]
Results of the drawing for reservations will be sent to applicants by Sep 31 (Fri) via reply postcard (for applicants who applied via reply-paid postcard) or e-mail (for applicants who applied online).

[Other notes]
Personal information learned via the application process will be used only for the purposes of contacting applicants and conducting event operations.

Tokyo Metropolitan Government
Tokyo Culture Creation Project Office(Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)
Tokyo Traditional Arts Program Executive Committee

Edo-Tokyo Open-air Architectural Museum, Hama-rikyu Gardens

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