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The Auguste Mariage et Compagnie Tea Company, established in the seventeenth century, was a high-end tea supplier for the Parisian upper-class. The company has retained its impeccable name and reputation and the city of Tokyo positively drinks it up; Mariage Freres has four teahouses in the city alone. Go to the elegant Ginza branch and try one of their hundreds of types of tea - if you're feeling the call of your sweet tooth, try one of their delectable desserts in the upstairs tearoom.
Surviving an earthquake, a bomb blast and a constant stream of renovations, Gallery EF stands strong and has a long history to boast of. There is a cafe and a bar within the gallery, where you can have a nice cup of coffee or nice chilled Asahi while taking in the various art works that are on display in the gallery. Gallery EF is a calm, serene and an extremely chilled out place for all art lovers. A must visit! For further details do visit their website.
Cha-Cha No Ma is a beautifully simple Japanese tea-house, with an expert at the helm. Yoshi Watada, after experiencing the benefits of drinking lots of green tea, dedicated his life to tea studies and Cha-Cha No Ma is the result of his life's obsession. There is an impressive range of tea available - around forty varieties. And there is an imaginative, health-centered menu in the tearoom, where you can try the ten-vegetable miso soup, or maybe a refreshing scoop of matcha ice-cream.
Double Tall has some of the best coffees and espresso in town, plus a wide variety of flavored lattes and other steamed milk favorites. With fresh homemade cakes and desserts, as well as fresh bagels, Double Tall makes a popular stop among regulars. The variety of specialty goods even extends to a decent selection of popular Japanese micro brewed beers. While you are here for a morning cup of hot coffee, their latte foam art will surely make your day!
The Streamer Coffee Company is a chain of coffee stores that has garnered raves for its delightful lattes, espressos and more. Not only does the company roast and refine their own coffee beans, but they ensure that the beans are of the highest quality, to begin with. It’s not surprising that the coffee company enjoys a loyal fan base, especially considering that it’s the brainchild of Hiroshi Sawada, the 2008 champion of Free Pour Latte Art Championship. Industrial chic setting with comfortable sofas, long tables and brightly lit room creates the perfect convivial vibe to enjoy a cup of latte here.