About this sight
In addition to selling traditional Japanese confectioneries, this store has curated a selection of tea tools and unique tableware, all of which are available to purchase. Higashiya Ginza incorporates a modern-day tea salon, Sabo Teahouse, where a variety of green and herb teas can be paired with the wagashi sweets. Light meals are also served at the salon, which closes at 10 pm. Higashiya Ginza is closed on Tuesday if the Monday before is a public holiday (and therefore open to the public).
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