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Came here this afternoon after reading great reviews on TripAdvisor wanting to try a few teas to buy to take home as I'm an avid tea enthusiast. I read that the staff are more than happy to help you find a tea to suit you....More
Shop and tea house. Ippodo tea is on the pricy side but you get what you pay for. The shop assistants are happy to find the tea that suits you.
If you’re looking for a tea break during shopping, put down your name on the...More
a very pleasant and interesting place for resting after walk or shopping in the area.
a good experience to have good quality japanese tea instead of coffee (again).
they provide different tea to choose from, and also tea leaves pack to buy as gifts.
It was interesting to visit the teahouse. I found out that there are many types of green tea from different regions in Japan. The tea lady gave a live demonstration of tea making. I tried the genmai cha which I didn't get a chance to...More
One of the things we were most looking forward in Japan was to drink a lot of great green tea. But it is not as easy as we thought. That is why we were super happy to find this o,ace. We could try the tea...More
I have been to the 300-year-old main store in Kyoto before and it has always been a pleasure to purchase high-end Japanese tea. Because things were hectic in Kyoto, I ended up picking my fix at the Tokyo store which is located right behind Tokyo...More
great place to try matcha & other green teas before you buy. free tasting too. they have a cafe but we didn't go in because we tried so many different matchas & green teas! the staff are very helpful & speak English quite well (compared...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular