Waraku 和楽久 means, “spend a peaceful and comfortable time for a given period”. It all started when I was looking at my grandmother’s mementoes. She had been a master of tea ceremony and I practiced with her since I was 10 years old. Years later, I started to think about how I want to share the beauty of tea ceremony to people all over the world, as one of Japan’s traditional cultural assets. Great thanks to my grandmother, who gave me her tea ceremony tools and environment so I can perform a tea ceremony with heart. Also my mother performs with a Shamisen, which is a Japanese musical instrument like a guitar, and traditional Japanese dance. Come and visit our place! You will be enlightened by this experience with the Japanese tea ceremony and other Japanese culture in a real Japanese house. We look forward to meeting you very much.