Updated： October 31, 2019
6 BEST Cafes To Have Japanese Tea In Tokyo
Did you know that there are various types of Japanese tea apart from green tea? Green tea is famous worldwide, but if you really want to enjoy the taste of Japan, you should try the following cafes in Tokyo!
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Saten is one of the coolest tea shops in Tokyo. The atmosphere is on point, with lots of natural light, comfy seats, and classy tea-colored decor. Just like at a quality coffee shop, single-origin teas can be ordered in a variety of preparations, from traditional to modern (aero press tea? yes!). Satén also has one of the best Matcha lattes in Tokyo, using high-quality, unsweetened matcha, and complete with latte art that can rival espresso drinks. The matcha pudding is also a must-try and will blow you away with its richness and silky texture. If you're at all a fan of tea or matcha, Satén should definitely go on your must-visit-in-Tokyo list!
Tokyo Saryo （東京茶寮）
Have you ever tried a tea that is brewed like a hand drip coffee? Just around a 7-minute walk from Sangenchaya station, you will find an elegant looking cafe called Tokyo Saryo. This place offers the world's first brewed Japanese tea with some refreshments. Tea leaves are gathered from different parts of Japan, and you can enjoy different tastes at different water temperature.
Omotesando Chachanoma (表参道 茶茶の間）
A 5-minute walk from Omotesando station, this place is for true Japanese tea lovers - there is only Japanese tea on their drink menu. You may also want to check out their special seasonal menu such as green tea shaved ice during summer.
artless craft tea & coffee
Produced by the Art Director of artless, Shun Kawakami, this stylish cafe serves Japanese roasted tea and freshly brewed coffee. With its unique atmosphere of both modern and traditional Japanese themed interiors, they also have a gallery space where they usually hold exhibitions. For their exhibitions, you may have to make a reservation during the weekdays, but this space is open to the public during the weekends.
At this comfortable home-like cafe, you will be asked to take off your shoes before entering, just like most Japanese houses do. It is located in one of the aesthetically pleasing cities in Tokyo, Jiyugaoka, and it is just about a five-minute walk from Jiyugaoka station. You can enjoy seasonal menu as well as its cozy, traditional and peaceful atmosphere.
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