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Kosoan Tea House in Jiyugaoka, Tokyo | © Leng Cheng/Flickr
Kosoan Tea House in Jiyugaoka, Tokyo | © Leng Cheng/Flickr
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The Most Authentic Teahouses in Tokyo

Picture of Alicia Joy
Tokyo Writer
Updated: 6 July 2017
Looking for an authentic place in Tokyo to enjoy your matcha and wagashi? These traditional teahouses are the best the city has to offer.

Nakajima No Ochaya

Tea Room, Tea , $$$
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Nakajima No Ochoya is located inside Hamarikyu Gardens. The teahouse itself is over three hundred years old. In addition to paying for your tea set, entrance to the park costs ¥300.
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Sakurai Traditional Japanese Tea Experience

Tea Room, Tea , $$$
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Sakurai may resemble an old apothecary, but it is first and foremost a teahouse. Only the finest teas from all over Japan are served here, carefully sourced and selected by the owner. The five-tea tasting course for ¥3,800 is the best way to experience it.

Cherry blossom blend

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Kosoan

Tea Room, Tea , $$$
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Kosoan is built in a beautiful old Japanese house complete with its own picturesque gardens. This charming teahouse offers reasonably priced but authentic tea sets, traditional sweets and desserts. English menu is available.
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Thu - Tue:
11:00 am - 6:30 pm

Ippodo Tea Store

Tea Room, Tea , $$$
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Ippodo Tea is a Kyoto-based company offering premium Japanese green teas and authentic wagashi. Many of their tea shops are also a café, including their Marunouchi location. English menu available.
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Sun - Sat:
11:00 am - 7:00 pm