Where to Eat in Nihombashi Mitsukoshi - Cafes and Tearooms
You can be sure that a visit to Nihombashi Mitsukoshi will always be a relaxing experience: you are never too far from a sofa or chair if you ever want to sit down and catch your breath, and even in the hectic bustle of the basement Food Hall there are plenty of places to relax, whether you are shopping alone or catch up with a friend over a drink.
Join us today as we look at a selection of the characterful cafes and refined tea rooms that you can find in the Food Hall.
Wa no Cha - ITO EN
For the authentic Japanese tea house experience Wa no Cha by ITO EN is a fantastic option for Japanese tea connoisseurs as well as those looking for their first taste in a contemporary chic setting. Let the knowledgeable staff guide you through the extensive menu of rare and carefully selected teas, and there is also a selection of exclusive Japanese sweets that are exclusive to this restaurant.
Juri's Tea Rooms
A tea room that continues the legacy of famed British tea room "Juri's" all in the comfort of Nihombashi Mitsukoshi. The menu extends to a full afternoon tea service that encapsulates the peak of refined British culture. In addition, seasonal menus such as Eton Mess and other British staples will keep you coming back again and again.
YOKU MOKU - Otameshi Café
Famed Japanese confectioner YOKU MOKU has their own themed cafe in Nihombashi Mitsukoshi. The seasonal menu includes many exclusive sweets and deserts you won't find anywhere else, making for a memorable experience you can take home and share with their many gift options.
We have only scratched the surface of cafes here at Nihombashi Mitsukoshi! So watch out for more on this site soon and international Facebook [https://www.facebook.com/mitsukoshiginzanihombashiglobal/], and next time you are planning a brunch or afternoon tea make it Nihombashi Mitsukoshi.
Nihombashi Mitsukoshi Main Building B1F, Food Hall