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Shinrin Yoku Followed by Organic Lunch

Forest Bathing in a Japanese Garden

  • Starts May 24
  • 15米ドル
  • Online and various locations in Asia

Available spots

Service Description

FRIDAY, MAY 24th at 9:30am Tonogayato Garden, 3 min walk from Kokubunji Station Shinrin Yoku is Japanese forest bathing, the practice of slowing down mindfully while immersing in nature. Slowing ourselves is a challenge in this fast-paced world yet essential for restoring and replenishing our bodies and minds. This is a special invitation to come slow yourself in the beautiful gardens of Tonogayato in Kokobunji (Western Tokyo on the Chuo Line) where Michelle will guide an immersive Shinrin yoku session that promotes nature connectedness through the use of sensory awareness invitations that can cultivate presence and mindfulness. No experience necessary, simply an open mind and a curiosity. Limited to 3 participants. $15USD per person. The two and a half-hour session will conclude with a group lunch at the walkable & nearby Cafe Slow, a healthy vegetarian and vegan restaurant focused on slow living and sustainability in food. PLEASE NOTE: The price of lunch is not included in the session fee. Three people maximum for this session. ​ Tonogayato Garden, Kokobunji Station, Chuo Line Google Map: ​ To inquire about this opportunity please email Michelle at: When registering, please seek the exact date, May 24th to find the session program.

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

No shows or cancellations within the 48-hour period before the event will not be refunded.

Contact Details

  • Tokyo, Japan

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