The Tea House was built in 1985-86 as as a symbol of friendship and cultural exchange with Saginaw's Sister City, Tokushima, Japan.
Photo courtesy of Japanses Cultural Center and Tea House
One of a very few authentic Japanese teahouses in the United States. The Tea House was built in 1985-86 as as a symbol of friendship and cultural exchange with Saginaw's Sister City, Tokushima, Japan. Tea ceremony is the 2nd Saturday of each month. Groups of 10 or more by reservations for a private tour w/ tea, sweets or the Tea Ceremony.
527 Ezra Rust Drive
Saginaw, MI 48601
Phone: (989) 759-1648
Fax: (989) 759-1618
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