Held on the first weekend of November in Wazuka, Kyoto, the Teatopia Festival is organized by our partners at Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms.
Chagenkyo Festival is an ancient agricultural festival that was first called the “Green Fest”. Over time it has taken many different forms and has been held annually for almost 30 years. Over the past two years, the festival has blossomed into a wonderful event that not only educates, but makes you appreciate the art of tea. People from all over the world travel to Japan to attend either as volunteers, sponsors, exhibitors, performers, or even as guests. Activities for this year’s itinerary include two days worth of tea ceremonies, tea exhibitions, tea farm tours, food vendors, children games, and EVERYTHING tea, all taking place at Wazuka Sports Park, in the beautiful countryside of Wazuka, Kyoto prefecture, in Japan! Don’t miss this fun-filled event! Admission is FREE!
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