Specialty deep-fried dumplings and Shizuoka tea

T’s green omachi(Shizuoka)

Located near JR Abekawa Station in Shizuoka, T’s Green Omachi is the second branch of the popular shop T’s Green which opened in 2020. It’s situated in the Hitoyado-cho area, a spot known for its trending shops, and it’s a 15-minute walk from JR Shizuoka Station.

At this cafe, you can easily enjoy traditional Japanese sweets like dango (rice dumplings) and Shizuoka tea. The place is bustling with young customers seeking the taste of these treats. The most popular menu item is “O-machi no Akari”. It’s a set that includes five types of fried dango, including sesame-covered dango with Shizuoka tea, salted caramel, and deep-fried isobe (seaweed-wrapped) dango.

The set comes with caramel-roasted green tea ice cream and karinto manju (a type of sweet deep-fried snack). You can also choose your preferred drink, such as matcha latte or hojicha. The fried dango is crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside, allowing you to savor the freshly fried goodness. In addition to fried dango, there are also baked dango options, including matcha bean paste, mitarashi (soy-based sauce), and okonomiyaki (savory pancake) flavors, totaling seven varieties. The dango can also be taken out.

Furthermore, they offer sweets that pair well with tea, such as anmitsu (a traditional Japanese dessert with agar jelly and fruits) and oshiruko (sweet red bean soup).

The tea menu features a wide range of options typical of a Shizuoka tea cafe, including sencha (steamed green tea) from Shizuoka’s Shimada region and Japanese black tea. The owner, Mr. Kamiya, hails from a family of tea farmers, and they also sell tea produced on their family’s tea plantation.
Enjoy the delightful combination of dango and Shizuoka tea at T’s Green Omachi.

Store information 
Address: 1F Omachi Building, 16-7 Shichiken-cho, Aoi-ku, Shizuoka City
Phone: 054-272-7610
Opening hours: 10am-6pm 
Open seven days a week
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