Specializing in single origin sencha

Senchado Tokyo(Ginza, Tokyo)

Senchado Tokyo is a Japanese tea specialty shop located in Ginza, Tokyo. The shop primarily offers single-origin tea, which is tea from a single plantation or single variety.

They have curated high-quality tea leaves from various regions across Japan, including Shizuoka and Kagoshima.

At the storefront, they sell over 10 varieties of tea, such as “Harumoegi,” “Fujieda Kaori,” and “Musashi Kaori.” Since its opening in 2017, they have handled more than 50 different tea varieties.

When it comes to the tea of Senchado Tokyo , their packaging stands out with unique designs. These sophisticated and appealing designs also make their tea a delightful gift option, adding an element of enjoyment to the tea selection process.

Beside each product, they provide informative cards detailing the characteristics of the tea, including sweetness, bitterness, and umami. Even for those without much knowledge of tea varieties, these cards enable confident tea selection.

They frequently introduce new products, such as seasonal tea blended with fragrances like kinmokusei (sweet osmanthus) or bergamot. This means that every visit to the store brings the possibility of new discoveries.
Inside the store, they offer the popular “Transparent Kyusu” for sale. This teaware is designed with the concept of “brewing tea in the simplest way possible,” tailored to modern lifestyles. With its simple design, durability, and practicality, it’s recommended even for beginners, as it won’t shatter if dropped.

Senchado Tokyo advocates for a life enriched with delicious tea in various ways. They also operate a tea subscription service called “TOKYO TEA JOURNAL.” For a monthly fee of 500 yen (plus 300 yen for shipping), subscribers receive two types of tea each month, along with a booklet containing featured articles and tea information. Be sure to consider experiencing this service as well.

Store Information
Address: 5-10-10 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 03-6264-6864
Opening hours: 11am-7pm 
Open seven days a week 
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