Enjoy Matcha At Nana’s Green Tea Cafe

Nana’s Green Tea Cafe — melting by Matcha

When visiting Japan for the first time, the ‘Tokyo Sky Tree’ has obviously become one of the biggest destinations for international tourists. And after finished, you must be eager to take a break and have a great afternoon teatime right? Don’t be hesitated to get into Nana’s Green Tea Cafe if you are a big fan of matcha! Nana’s Green Tea is a kind of niche cafe that famous for drinks and desserts made from Japanese traditional matcha (green tea). It is a popular matcha chain established 14 years ago in Japan and nowadays it was called the “STARBUCKS OF JAPAN”.

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Concept of Modern Japanese Tea House

The warm atmosphere woods, and well-ventilated white curtain reflect a classic Japanese style. Each table is separated with white thin curtain. It is a very stylish place and you can feel their concept: the modern Japanese Tea House.

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When you walk inside and looked at the menu, you might feel quite confused because there were only Japanese words on it. But don’t worry because the pictures there are vivid and really attracted so there is no barrier between the communications of FOOD all over the world!

Sweets Loved By Everyone

So let’s get started our sweet journey~

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Matcha and Rice-flour Dumplings Parfait (820JPY)

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The matcha, Japanese tea, and red beans you eat at this cafe are their original products and made at a company in Kyoto. Their overall flavor is light on the sweetness. Their matcha ice cream had a simple taste.

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Soft Serve Ice Cream with Adzuki Bean Paste, Mochi, Green Tea Jelly with Syrup

If you prefer the usual Vanilla ice-cream for dessert, this would be your safest bet. Accompanied by red bean paste, green tea kanten, mochi and caramel brown sugar… Can’t hate this.

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