🍵🌸 Matcha Cafe: Chazen! Where you can try making Japanese sweets and Matcha in Asakusa
🍵🌸Where you can try making Japanese sweets and Matcha in Asakusa 🌸🍵
The first experience-based cafe in Asakusa! Making Japanese sweets and Matcha at "Matcha Cafe: Chazen".
Our company provides the tea ceremony
experience for about 30,000 guests from 30 countries a year. Now we have opened an experience-based Japanese cafe in Asakusa that anyone can easily make Japanese sweets and Matcha.
You can enjoy making seasonal Japanese sweets devised by former Japanese sweets chef. After making the sweets, you can make your own Matcha.
Our staff teaches you how to make Japanese sweets and matcha. You can choose your favorite sweets, tea bowl and plate.
After making sweets and matcha, you can take a photo in front of the tea room with the seasonal decorations.
Please enjoy the taste of Japanese sweets and Matcha. Beginners and kids are welcome!
◎How to enjoy “Matcha Cafe: Chazen”.
1.Choose and make Japanese Sweets
2.Choose your favorite bowl and plate
4.Take a photo in front of the tea room
5.Enjoy Japanese sweets and matcha
Please feel free to come by yourself.
1,500 yen per person (tax included)
Cafe business hours: Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays 11: 00-16: 00 (Final session 15:00)
Please make a reservation.
※You can also enjoy…
Making accessories with Japanese Traditional materials, Mizuhiki.Increase your luck by making the charm in Asakusa!
It is pretty easy to make!
Choose your own combination from 20 colors of Mizuhiki. Your Mizuhiki accessory becomes the only charm in the world!
You can choose from the two different types of knot. "Awaji Musubi (Awaji knot)" is believed to bring you good luck in matchmaking.
"Ume Musubi (Plum knot)" is believed to ward off bad luck. These charms will be turned into your strap or hair tie.
Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays (during Matcha Cafe business hours) 16:00 ~
Strap or Hair tie (time required about 30 minutes) 1,000 yen per person (tax included)
We look forward to your visit!
■COVID-19 Spreading Prevention Measures■
To prevent the spreading of COVID-19, at present we have stopped taking reservations that seat visitors at the same table with visitors from other groups.
We are only taking private reservations for friends and family members.
Tea ceremony session fees (during the COVID-19 Spreading Prevention period) The private fee of 4,500 yen has been temporarily lowered to 3,500 yen (tax included, per 1 visitor).
Place requests for parties of 2 or more visitors. Single visitors will be priced as a group of 2 visitors.