Single Origin Sencha Specialists ‘Senchado Tokyo’ to Open Limited Time Shop in Ginza

27.August.2018 | FOOD / SPOT

Senchado Tokyo is a shop that specialises in single origin sencha. They just opened a new shop called ESTNATION Ginza on August 24 that will run for a one-year period. It can be found inside Hankyu Umeda in Ginza.

 

Sencha has been an important tea in Japan since the Edo Period. Senchado Tokyo has come to redefine the tea to cater to modern lifestyles by offering it in a new form. The tea leaves they use which are grown in Japanese farms are not blended when served, allowing for customers to enjoy the spirit of the tea staff and the unique flavours of the leaves.

Those who have never been to Senchado Tokyo before will be able to taste test their single origin sencha at ESTNATION in Ginza to experience its fragrance and flavour.

Toumei Kyusu

Toumei Kyusu, which translates to ‘clear teapot,’ is a new teamaking tool in Japan that was developed to change the design of the teapot. The kyusu teapot was first used in Japan in 1756, making this the first redesign in almost 260 years. It enables the user to brew green tea in an extremely simple way and its size is catered for use by one person, making it a useful tool for the modern world.

Single Origin Sencha

Single origin sencha is sencha grown in a single agricultural location. Its characteristics are its unique flavour and fragrance and its simpleness which makes it usable by anyone. It is not blended with any other flavours made at the farms meaning it can be enjoyed straight and simple. Each packaging has been designed to pair up with each distinct tea.

 

Head to ESTNATION Ginza to try this unique tea for yourself and discover the appeal of sencha.

 

■Information

ESTNATION Ginza

Address: 1F-3F Ginza Namikidori Bldg., 2-3-6 Ginza, Chuo Ward, Tokyo

Opening Hours: 11:00am-8:00pm

No Fixed Holidays.

ESTNATION Ginza: https://www.estnation.co.jp/store/ginza.html

 

Senchado Tokyo Online Shop: https://shop.senchado.jp/

 

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    BLUE STAR CAFE(ブルースターカフェ)/Nagakute

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    ▼BLUE STAR CAFE

    Address: 504 Tsukada, Nagakute, Aichi

    TEL:0561 42 6878

    Official Website: https://bluestar-cafe.com/

     

    Halleloo Garden(ハレルゥ ガーデン)

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    TEL: 0561 56 1080

    Official Website: http://www.halleloo.jp/

     

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    Official Facebook Page: https://ja-jp.facebook.com/merrycafe1218/

     

     

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    Author/ Photographer: meme

     

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    07.July.2019 | ANIME&GAME / FOOD / SPOT

    To celebrate the upcoming July 19 release of Tokyo Ghoul S, Japanese movie studio and production company Shochiku opened its ‘immersive’ blood-themed Tokyo Ghoul restaurant on July 5. The location of the restaurant has been kept a secret, but it is somewhere in Ginza, wrapped in 40,000 beautiful roses.

     

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    Tokyo Ghoul Restaurant Details: The Location of This Bloody Rose Tokyo Ghoul Restaurant in Ginza is a Secret

     

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    06.June.2019 | FOOD / SPOT

    From Tuesday 4th June to Sunday 1st September, a TORAYA CAFÉ AN STAND pop-up shop will open on the ground floor of Ginza Sony Park. For a limited time only, the pop-up shop will be selling kakigori (shaved ice) with a variety of adventurous flavours on the menu. The kakigori will be served with red bean paste made at TORAYA CAFÉ, which is located on floor B3. 

     

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    Blueberry: ¥756, Blueberry Condensed Milk: ¥864, Limoncello: ¥540 (tax included)

    Available: Tues 4th ー Sun 30th June

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    Hassaku orange: ¥756, Hassaku Orange Condensed Milk: ¥ 864, Calvados (※): ¥540 (tax included)

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    The Calvados kakigori is made using brandy sourced from France which is stored to ferment in an oak barrel. The oaky scent and the fresh appley flavour perfectly balance each other out.

     

     

    Strawberry: ¥756, Strawberry Condensed Milk: ¥864, Mulled Wine (※): ¥540 (tax included)

    Available: Thurs 1st Aug ー Sun 1st Sept

    Selectively bred strawberries were used to make the syrup for this strawberry kakigori. This is also served with red bean paste, which is perfect along with the sweet and sour strawberry syrup. The Mulled Wine Kakigori is made with red wine spiced with lemons, oranges, cinnamon and cloves for a new, fruity flavour.

     

     

    Condensed Milk: ¥702, Matcha: ¥702, Matcha Condensed Milk: ¥810, Rum: (※) ¥540 (including tax )

    Available: Tues 4th June ー Sun 1st Sept

     

    Besides the standard red bean paste kakigori, the rum flavour is also returning this year! Sugarcane sourced from Okinawa is used to make the rum. When mixed with the blackstrap molasses sugar,  it becomes a flavour that adults just cannot resist.

     

    Escape the heat and enjoy a moment of supreme bliss with these delicious shaved ice flavours!

  • Coisof Releases Rain Ice Cream With Rainy Day Surprise and Resurrects Goth Ice Cream

    04.June.2019 | FOOD

    Ice creams that will show you the meaning of true love! Coisof  will release a June-limited menu of soft serve ice creams. This includes a rain-themed ice cream that comes with a campaign that only runs on rainy days! Furthermore, the goth ice cream that was popular before the renovation of the shop is making a comeback!

    Rain Ice Cream (Ame iro soft) 

    With a drizzle of rainy magic, Coisof’s popular milky and rich-flavoured ice cream has been transformed into a yumekawa (dreamy and cute) ice cream! ♡ The beautiful gradation of the blue lychee syrup and blue sugar pearls make it a perfect treat for the rainy season.

     

    I bet you’re dying to blow away the clouds that are hiding the June rainy day secret campaign! All you have to do is order the Rain Ice Cream on a rainy day during the June campaign period and your ice cream will be upgraded to the Rain Coi Soft (Ame iro coi soft) which is sprinkled with soft oiri candy toppings! This upgrade is absolutely free as long as it’s raining! It looks so refreshing and cool! It’s the perfect way to rejuvenate yourself in this humid season!

    Goth Soft 

    Before the shop renewal, the Goth Soft ice cream was incredibly popular. Now, post renewal, it has been resurrected! Black as midnight, the goth soft is no doubt Instagram-worthy. There’s also the Goth Soft Mix which is a mix of the dark goth soft and the pure milk soft ice cream so you can enjoy both flavours at once!

     

    Don’t be glum during the rainy season! Shower yourself in love with these delicious Coisof ice creams! 

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