Tokyo Saryo

Described as the world’s first hand-drip green tea shop, Tokyo Saryo opened its minimalist doors in Sangenjaya in January 2017. Inspired by coffee culture, they designed their own dripper, which the barista uses to extract green tea from their selection of seven types of sencha leaves.

Aside from the aesthetic beauty of the café, which is all white and wood and clean, straight lines (and the handiwork of Lucy Alter Design), we love how they are reviving, modernizing and simplifying the traditional tea ceremony. Also, instead of offering blended tea, which is the norm these days, they serve single-origin green tea sourced from around Japan, allowing you to appreciate the contrast in flavors.

Address: 1-34-15 Kamiuma, Setagaya-ku

Website: www.tokyosaryo.jp

There are no discount coupons for this location available at the moment, but please make sure to join our mailing list to receive the latest offers and discounts for locations all over Tokyo.

You may also like

Tokyo Saryo Offers Olive Oil-Marinated Ume Ochazuke

Tokyo Saryo, the world’s first shop specializing in hand drip…

5 Japanese Craft Brews that Will Quench Your Thirst This Summer

Summer is well and truly here in Japan and it…

Chocomint Fever: The Story of Japan’s Summer Mint Chocolate Madness

Summer time in Japan – hot nights, relentless humidity, the…

Sake Drinking for a Modern Era: Four New Ways to Enjoy the Traditional Drink

Founded in Nishinomiya, Hyogo Prefecture in 1662, Hakushika (which means…

The Best Sake of 2018: Winners of the Sake Competition Announced

As with 2017’s Sake Competition, sake aficionados and novices alike…

Sanagi Shinjuku Features Limited Asian Food Stall Event

Sanagi Shinjuku, the hip foodie spot that combines events, cuisine…

View Comments

Powered by ENGAWA K.K.


© 2017 Tokyo Weekender - All rights reserved