Updated: November 06, 2018
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Tsujiri: A Must-Try Authentic Matcha Cafe from Kyoto!

Tsujiri is a popular store that is specialized in selling green tea and matcha. It is from Kyoto, where matcha is really famous, and it has been expanding its stores overseas too! Check out the authentic yet casual matcha cafe from Kyoto!

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Tsujiri

Tsujiri is originated from Uji, a city that has always been the center of Japanese green tea culture. Established more than 150 years ago, Tsujiri has been providing top-notch green tea to people in Japan. They have cafes in Kyoto (Uji, which is the main store, and Kyoto), Osaka and in Ginza, Tokyo.

Menu

They have different cafe menus for each branch! At Uji store they serve different kinds of tea and sweets that go along with it (refer to the photo above!)
In Ginza and Kyoto stores, they offer souvenirs as well as dessert menus like ice cream and parfait.
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These two are their summer menu! The one on the left is called "Kyo Latte Smoothie with Yuzu Jelly", and the one on the right is "Tsujiri soft serve Summer Parfait".
They also have green tea smoothie and green tea latte, which are perfect for summer!
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Their matcha soft serve ice cream is really good. If you want to try super rich green tea soft serve ice cream, go to the Ginza branch! They are also introducing "Ginza Parfait" soon, which is Ginza store exclusive, so keep updated!
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Their sweets are really popular too! The one above is called "Kyo Koi-cha Terrine", which is a sweets that uses matcha and white chocolate, baked thoroughly at low temperature, with strawberry pate de fruits which adds a hint of sourness.

Try the authentic matcha cafe, Tsujiri in Japan!

If you want to explore more matcha cafes or restaurants in Uji area, check out the link below!
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