Updated: September 17, 2019
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Alfred Tea Room in Tokyo: gorgeous bubble teas that are worth the try

Located in Aoyama, Shinjuku and Harajuku, the famous bubble tea cafe chain offers some of the most beautiful drinks in Tokyo. They're customizable too and they have vegan options.

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Alfred Tea Room in Tokyo

Alfred Tea Room is a tea specializing cafe originally from Los Angelas and that has been widely popular in Tokyo ever since it opened its Aoyama shop in 2017. It has since then expanded to two other locations in Tokyo: Shinjuku and Harajuku. Here is the store location information for each.

Bubble teas and more

Alfred Tea Rooms offers many different kinds of teas that all have the particularity of being quite pretty visually. The products are meant to be most appealing to young urban women that want not only delicious and healthy beverages but also gorgeous, Instagrammable ones.
Their beverages are divided into five categories: fine teas, milk teas, matcha teas, tea parfaits, tea spritzers, and coffees. Alfred Tea Room is well known for its bubble teas but not all their beverages have tapioca pearls.

Once you've decided on your drink, you can then customize it in a few ways. First, you can choose the level of sweetness and how much ice you want in it (you can also choose to have some drinks hot). Then, at a little extra cost, you can make it a bit more of a deluxe version by adding some extra ingredients such as tapioca pearls, coconut jelly, ice cream, etc.

Note that you can also replace the cow milk by almond milk to make it a vegan drink (it costs an extra ¥100 however). This kind of vegan option is very rare in Japan, so Alfred Tea Room is well known among the vegan community in Tokyo.
If you want to have a light meal or dessert, you might be glad to know that they have a couple of options as well. Their croissants and fruit and cream sandwiches are quite popular.
One last thing to mention is that the interior of these Alfred Tea Rooms is really cozy and fashionable. It's the perfect place to have a tea break in good company, relax a bit before getting back to the bustle of downtown Tokyo.

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