Room Type A
★Tea Ceremony (chanoyu) Experience
Participants will be provided with a pair of white tabi to wear before entering the tearoom
And participants will be asked to perform the otemae themselves.
★Kimono and Tea Ceremony (chanoyu) Experience
Participants will receive instructions on how to wear a kimono
before the start of the tea ceremony.
And you can go out wearing the kimono.
Conveniently located in the middle of Tenjinbashi-suji Shopping Street, the longest shopping street in Japan, and in the vicinity of old temples, historic heritage sites, and commercial facilities, sakura-la-an offers easy access to various areas.
Located next door is a long-established public bathhouse, Kobaiyu（紅梅湯）, a place to unwind and relax after your journey. Entrance fee: 440 yen, additional 100 yen for sauna.With its central location and reasonable rates, sakura-la-an provides a cozy and relaxing space in metropolitan Osaka and ensures an unforgettable stay.
Sakura-la-an occupies the renovated top floor of a 50-year-old retro building dating back to 1964, the year of the Tokyo Olympics. Our common area has a sunny terrace and garden, where guests can help themselves to coffee or green tea and enjoy our small library of books on Japanese art, architecture, pottery, tea ceremony (chanoyu), traditional kaiseki meals, and other traditional arts and crafts. Cultural experience programs for tea ceremony, kimono-dressing, and calligraphy are available (additional fees apply). A combined kimono-dressing and tea ceremony program is offered in our tranquil tatami-floored tearoom. Sakura-la-an is more than just a place to sleep – it is ready to ensure that your stay is fun-filled and memorable. We look forward to ichigo ichie (一期一会)¬ – the central concept of the tea ceremony, meaning“a once in a lifetime encounter”– and welcoming you to Osaka.