The Alley Xiejiaoxiang Brings a Taste of Taiwanese Tea to Shinjuku

THE ALLEY XIEJIAOXIANG, a popular tea brand which has 20 locations in Taiwan and branches throughout Asia and North America, will make its way to Shinjuku July 11.

The Shinjuku version, which takes the form of a food truck, will be located in Sanagi Shinjuku, the cafe, food court and event space just outside Shinjuku Station’s southeast exit.

THE ALLEY XIEJIAOXIANG promises to make you “fall in love with tea,” and believes that good drinks can “lead to a truly wonderful life.”

The food truck will serve some of the store’s most popular items, while Sanagi Shinjuku itself will offer even more during its Taiwan fair, which is on from July to August (exact dates to be announced).

Some of THE ALLEY XIEJIAOXIANG’s most popular drinks include its assam-based three-texture milk tea (medium size ¥650), its bonsai milk tea, which is topped with chocolate cups (medium size ¥600) and its Aurora and Sunrise ice teas (¥700 each), with their blend of unique colors.

The grand opening is July 11, but you can catch the truck early at the Japan Taiwan Festival in Ueno Park from July 7 to 9.

For more details, visit PR TIMES (Japanese only)

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