Teahouse Ippaku-an – Matcha/sencha with Japanese sweets

Refreshing matcha green tea using 100% certified organic tea leaves

Refined tea ceremony implements displayed in the grand tea room, chic ryurei-style tables in glossy urushi finish...
Teahouse Ippaku-an invites you to a unique matcha experience with healthful and tasty matcha accompanied by select Japanese sweets. Sencha green tea is also available. The building was designed by Nahiko Emori, an architect who oversaw the tea house of the Japanese embassy in Washington D.C. Take your time to breath in the serenity of the Tea Garden while comfortably seated to enjoy your tea.

Summary of the facility

The name, ippaku is written “一白”. These two character are taken from the character “百” meaning one hundred, broken down into two characters. This teahouse was built  in honor of the centennial anniversary of the founder, Mokichi Okada’s birth. It was designed by an authorized architect for teahouses, Emori Nahiko.
The teahouse is built in the rustic style and contains both small hermitage-style rooms and large, reception-style rooms, and benches( table-seated style seating), all independent of one another.


Over View


Teahouse Ippaku-an – Matcha/sencha with Japanese sweets

Opening hour 10:30 - 16:00 (L.O. 16:00)
Closed Same as Museum opening day
Place The Museum Tea Garden
Reservation Incompatible

Restaurants and Cafe