Opening Hours 12pm-7pm; closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Drinking tea is an essential part of Japanese culture, and there is a huge variety of teapot designs to choose from, whether they’re traditional type or more innovative ones. Trending now is the Maru Kyusu style teapot, which is made from glass and ball-shaped with a large stainless-steel strainer in the middle. The best place to get one of your own? Visit Higashiaoyama and pick beautiful Japanese kitchenware to take home.
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 1-9-1, Tokyo Station Ichibangai underground South Street
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