1. Tokyo Saryo
  2. Tokyo Saryo
    Photo: 東京茶寮
  3. Tokyo Saryo
  • Restaurants | Tea rooms
  • Sangenjaya

Tokyo Saryo


Time Out says

For years, Tokyo's caffeine addicts have been spoiled with an overflowing supply of 'third wave' coffee shops, while green tea – Japan's native pick-me-up – has been left by the wayside. But times they are a-changin'. First up is Sangenjaya's austere Tokyo Saryo, which offers single-origin green tea in hand drip form. The folks behind the lightly decorated shop have even developed their own tea dripper, which is supposed to help bring out the full flavours of the leaves. If you're looking to further your tea education, order the tasting set and enjoy a wide variety of aromas and tastes – and don't forget to also explore the sweet selection, which includes a tasty hojicha blancmange, dried fruit and ohagi (mochi balls with anko). 

Note that Tokyo Saryo is only open on Saturdays. We recommend making a reservation in advance.


1-34-15 Kamiuma, Setagaya-ku
Sangenjaya Station (Tokyu Denentoshi, Setagaya lines)
Opening hours:
Sat 11am-6pm, closed 1pm-2pm
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