Specializing in rare Japanese black tea

Sarutoriibara Kissa-shitsu(Koenji, Tokyo)

Sarutoriibara Kissa-shitsu is a Japanese domestically produced tea specialty cafe located in Koenji, Tokyo. The cafe offers a selection of high-quality Japanese black tea from various regions such as Okinawa, Kumamoto, Nara, Aichi, and Ibaraki.

Introducing 30 varieties of Japanase black tea.

At this cafe, only tea made from pesticide-free and naturally cultivated tea leaves are served. the shop offers around 30 varieties of tea sourced from 12 different producers.

The menu is thoughtfully designed to introduce the characteristics of domestically produced black tea. It provides insights into the producers’ intentions and the secrets behind the deliciousness of the tea.

Space for having cozy tea time

The interior of the shop is characterized by its unique green walls, creating a serene and peaceful ambiance. It’s a perfect space to immerse oneself in the world of tea.

Tea is served in teapots, allowing guests to savor each cup at their own pace. Antique teacups from the late Meiji to early Showa era are used, adding to the beauty of the tea experience.

Special treats like the Organic Carrot Cake and seasonal snacks are highly recommended. The cafe also offers meals made with pesticide-free domestic ingredients, including dishes like Okowa(steamed rice) and medicinal herb soup.

Customers can also purchase the Japanese black tea featured on the menu. The tea leaves come in small packages of about 5 to 6 grams, allowing customers to buy several varieties and enjoy them at home.

For those seeking a tranquil escape from the city’s hustle and bustle, Sarutoriibara Kissa-shitsu is a must-visit. The shop’s welcoming atmosphere is also appealing to male customers.

Store Information
Address: 2F 3-46-2 Koenji-Minami, Suginami-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 03-6383-2826
Opening hours: 12am-8pm
Closed on Tuesday and Wednesday 
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