Updated: November 06, 2018
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Hachiya: A New Type Of Standing Cafe With 2 Locations (Sendagaya and Daikanyama)

Hachiya is a new cafe which reinvents Japanese tea time with bold mixes of tea drinks and the use of traditional tea-ware in a modern interior. What's more, it's a standing-style cafe.

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Hachiya

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With a sleek modern interior that incorporates elements of traditional Japan, Hachiya seeks to bring some renewal to the ancient Japanese tea-drinking culture. Hachiya tea beverages are made from sencha (green tea), hojicha (roasted green tea), genmaicha (tea with roasted rice) and macha.

Menu

Matcha Latte

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You can order a matcha latte made right before your eyes using the traditional whisk. Matcha lattes are quite common now, but it is quite unique to be able to see the item being made in the way authentic matcha teas are made.

Sencha Soda

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You certainly won't see this anywhere else. A Sencha soda in which seasonal fruits are added. The taste is refreshing and not too sweet.

Tea Served In A Unique Teapot

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You can also stick with the traditional. Tea is served in a kind of small teapot that is known as an important cultural asset.

Japanese Sweets

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Anmitsu (syrup-covered anko and fuits), Daifuku (rice cake stuffed with bean jam, Karinto (fried dough cake) are also available! These Japanese sweets go wonderfully well with green tea.

Hachiya Information

Sendagaya Location
4-1-8 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Hours: 9:00 - 19:00
Closed: Weekends and national holidays

Daikanyama Location
1-16-9 Ebisu Nishi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Hours: 9:00 - 19:00
Opened every day except during the New Year's holiday
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Sendagaya Location Store Front
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