The Tokyo National Museum is hosting Tohaku Chakan (teahouse) in their Okyokan, a traditional Japanese house on the museum premises, from July 14 to January 28. A variety of food, beverages, and activities have been prepared for visitors to enjoy Japanese culture. Visitors can also appreciate the 270-year-old house and the reproduced fusuma paintings by Maruyama Okyo, one of the master painters during the Edo period. Participate in activities such as Kyoto kimono dressing experience, Zen Kokyu breathing method and Bonsai workshop. Enjoy traditional Japanese meals, Japanese sake Aramasa and Japanese whiskey made with local ingredients at Okyokan.