Bespoke Japanese cultural experiences
led by top experts
Enjoy authentic Japanese cultural experiences such as tea ceremony,
calligraphy, flower arrangement, and more,
within historic temples and gardens.
Why Choose Us
Why Wabunka Experiences?
Your guides are traditional
Japanese culture and arts experts
Private tours of historic temples,
gardens, and restaurants
tailor-made for you
Embassy of Switzerland, Embassy of the Czech
Republic, Apple Inc., Johnson & Johnson,
Sumitomo Corporation, KFC Holdings，
NTT Data, SCSK, UDS(Odakyu Electric Railway
Group), Voyagin(Rakuten Group),
American Express Global Business Travel
Nippon Travel Agency，Swiss Re Ltd.，
Tokyo Gakugei University, Ritsumeikan
What Wabunka Experiences can do for you
Corporate training and team building
International team members can come together in Japan to enjoy authentic cultural experiences while building team spirit and camaraderie. Multiple activities can be arranged, and online experiences are also available.
Japanese cultural experiences for VIPs
Entertain VIP guests visiting Japan with first-class hospitality. Relax in a space reserved for you and your guests and enjoy high-quality Japanese cultural experiences with our special plans. We endeavor to meet all requests, large or small.
Japanese cultural experiences for groups
We offer Japanese cultural experiences for foreigners visiting Japan for MICE and other international business events. We can accommodate groups of all sizes with our wide range of events.
Instructors can come to you
Instructors experienced in teaching traditional Japanese culture and arts can travel to your office or other preferred venue. We offer the rare opportunity to experience the skills and thoughts of master craftsmen up-close.
Unique Japanese Cultural Experiences
locations with a traditional atmosphere.
Tsukiji Honganji Temple
Myoshinji Temple Taizoin
Experienced and knowledgeable experts
Inspired by the influential art critic Okakura Tenshin, he trained in Kyoto to become a tea master of the Urasenke school of tea ceremony. Regularly lectured for many international corporate training programs.
Member of the Mainichi Shodo Exhibition panel of judges and three-time Nitten nominee. His works have been exhibited in Paris, Milan, Czech Republic, Finland, etc.
Seasoned teacher of the Ikenobo school of ikebana and the Urasenke school of tea ceremony. Experienced in teaching traditional arts and facilitating cultural exchange activities while based abroad.
Visiting lecturer at Stanford University. Received The Award of Commissioner for Cultural Affairs and the Shigemitsu Award (Japan Society of Boston). Also participated in the Davos World Economic Forum.