Japanese Cuisine & Sweets Hana-no-chaya

Joy and pleasure in chaya style

A selection of delicious Japanese sweets in an ideal setting of a tea garden—treat yourself with the Japanese traditional delights in the surrounds of authentic chaya-style restaurant.
Served on traditional tableware, Japanese dishes are a delight both to your eyes and appetite.


Attention to details

  • Carefully selected ingredients are mainly locally sourced organic produce. Well-balanced courses are all prepared on the premises.
  • Japanese sweets use adzuki beans grown in a designated organic farm in Hokkaido with over 30 years of experience in Nature Farming method. Rich in natural goodness, each grain is a source of delightful sweetness in your bowl of shiruko bean congee.
  • Seasoning and spices are also organic.





Sake Tatami ¥800 –
Sake Izu ¥800 –


Beer Atami local brew ¥750 –
Beer Asahi 'Super Dry' ¥700 –

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Japanese Cuisine & Sweets Hana-no-chaya

Opening hour 11:00 - 15:30 (Last order 15:00)
Closed Wednesday and Thursday (except National Holidays) and Year-end holidays.
Place The Museum Tea Garden
Reservation Incompatible

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