{  Aoyama Flower Market Tea House  }

Aoyama Flower Market Tea House
Aoyama Flower Market Tea House
Aoyama Flower Market Tea House

Aoyama Flower Market Tea House was beyond Ah-mazing. This beautifully put together tea house is located inside of a flower store. If you are just passing by, you would never know such a gem is inside. But because of that it’s still the best kept secret in town. Actually, this tea house only recently opened less than 3 months ago. We were in awe of how much thought was put into creating this space. The tables are transparent so that you can enjoy the fresh flowers beneath them – some tables even have tiny holes in them for white roses to peek out above the glass like a vase.

Though they only offer tea (no coffee), they have a large variety including herbal, dry herbal, and special seasonal teas. They also have a small food selection – which happens to include the most delicious french toast I’ve ever had (the food rating is strictly based on the french toast we had). It was so good that my friends and I had to order another plate before the first plate was even done – and we noticed the lady behind us did the same! The service is very slow since they are under-staffed, but it’s brand new, so I can definitely look past that. The ambiance, food, and tea were so perfect together that you’ll almost certainly find yourself not wanting to leave. We certainly didn’t!

Address // 5-1-2, MinamiAoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan (map)
Phone Number // 03-3400-0887
Website // www.afm-teahouse.com


12 comments on “Aoyama Flower Market Tea House

  1. Mmmm… best french toast ever!!

    D on
    • Indeed!

      maki on
  2. omg. this place is ridiculously adorable!

    Jules on
    • Hi Julie, this place IS adorable. We talked about how you would LOVE this place :)

      maki on
  3. Hi, I love your site. We hunted down this flower market on our trip to Japan from America – great advice, we loved it =), thank you.

    Nadine on
    • Hi Nadine, I’m glad you got to visit this place! You’re very welcome :)

      maki on
  4. Oh my gosh! This tea house looks so incredibly gorgeous! I’m so excited! I definitely hope it is still open — it is on my list of places to visit on my upcoming visit to tokyo, for sure! Thank you so much for beautiful, informative and well photographed blog =-) =-)

    Milena on
    • Thank you and you’re very welcome! Yes, it’s still open so definitely check this amazing cafe out :)

      maki on
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  7. Woah this place looks amazing!!!! Just wondering if they have an english menu though!!

    Nicolette on
    • Yes they do

      Cxw on

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