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A one-stop café-shop for high-quality Chinese tea-leaves and utensils, all (legally) imported with assistance from the Chinese Agricultural Bureau. It sells Yan-tea from Mount Wuyi, a World Heritage site which is considered to be the origin of oolong tea. Quality comes at a price – some tea costs 2,625 yen for 20g. There’s a set menu known as the ‘vegi lunch’, which includes a main course, a dessert and tea, and is popular among the health-conscious.



5-8−5 Jingu-mae, Shibuya-ku,Tokyo

Transport 3min. From Omotesando Station (Ginza line, Hanzomon line, Chiyoda line : A1 Exit) / 7min. From (Chiyoda line : 4 Exit)

Telephone 03 5464 8088

Open 11:00~19:30


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