Bar space into a modern tea room

Hatoha Nihonbashi(Nihonbashi, Tokyo)

Hatoha Nihonbashi is a Japanese tea cafe located in Nihonbashi, Tokyo. It’s situated just about a 1-minute walk from Ningyocho Station, nestled in a corner of the office district.

The owner, Mr. Mizushima, is a Japanese tea instructor. He was born in Makinohara, Shizuoka, one of Japan’s leading tea-producing regions, and his family has been involved in tea cultivation for over 150 years. With a deep connection to tea, Mr. Mizushima established the Japanese tea brand Hatoha with the concept of “connecting through tea.” He operates a cafe and an online store, aiming to connect people, products, and experiences through Japanese tea.

At Hatoha Nihonbashi, they offer a selection of teas personally curated by Mr. Mizushima, including sencha(green tea) and hojicha(roasted green tea)from Makinohara, Shizuoka. They also provide a range of creative tea-based beverages, such as matcha tonics and matcha lattes made with organic matcha from Kyoto’s Wazuka.

For those who want to try a variety of teas, they offer tasting sets that allow you to compare three different types of Japanese tea.

The cafe collaborates with the French patisserie “Tagayasu” in Ningyocho, offering tea-infused pound cakes and other sweets. This creates a delightful marriage of Japanese tea and confectionery.

You can also purchase tea products at the shop, and Mr. Mizushima is more than happy to provide detailed information about each tea’s unique qualities and brewing methods.

The cafe provides Wi-Fi and power outlets, welcoming those who want to bring their laptops to work. You can enjoy your time in a serene atmosphere at the counter seats while sipping tea and indulging in your thoughts.

Store Information
Address: LAUNCH Nihonbashi Ningyocho 1F, 3-7-6 Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Opening hours:  10am-6pm
Open on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays
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