What you'll do
There are traditional Japanese gardens in Tokyo that are beautiful and inspiring. I would like to show you to this special garden, and talk about the history and how to take picturesque photos with your camera. You will be able to find nature and tradition inside this garden. This activity will guide you not only how to take beautiful pictures of the Japanese garden, but introduce you to Japanese traditions such as “Macha”(Japanese traditional tea) and Wagashi (a Japanese confection Sweet for a tea Ceremony). This experience in the garden will leave you with lasting memories and inspiring photos and the essence of historical gardens.
Tea Time Set “Macha” (Japanese Traditional Tea) and Wagashi (a Japanese confection sweet for a tea ceremony)
Garden's Entrance Fee I will pay for the entrance fee to the garden.
Hi, I teach photography more than 10 years in Japan since I received a diploma in photography in Canada.When taking photos of landscapes, I discovered the beauty of Japanese Garden in Vancouver. Visiting Japanese gardens brings you to a new perspective. That is a reason, my passion is to introduce you to the way of capturing picturesque sceneries of Japanese Gardens with your camera. As well, having teatime in a historical garden is the great time to know each other. Through this experience, I would like you to enjoy and feel relax as touching upon one of Japanese cultures.
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Where you'll be
Gathering spot is Otemon gate of Hamarikyu Garden. We will walk through the Japanese garden and I will point out different techniques for taking photos in various scenarios. At the lovely tea house, we will have tea time. I would really recommend you to join me for this experience to have lastings memories of Tokyo.
Keep these in mind
Any experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 4 guests ages 18 and up can attend.
Please bring your Camera (Smart phone, Single Lens Reflex Camera, or any Camera is ok!) I also really recommend you to bring your smart phone!
Heritage Garden with a Photographer