The layout of this tea house is what makes it worth a visit. It is nice to sit upstairs on the cushions and floor, especially after a long day of sightseeing, and just look out. The downstairs is open air with tables if you prefer chairs. I was lucky to find this place on a day that was low key and not so busy after seeing other reviews. The tea house has an interesting blend of Japanese and Bohemian not to mention a decent selection of teas. My only complaint is that you must order at the counter. I think table service would really add to the experience.
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