Got there at around noon, lunch time and there was a line of about 10 people, maybe. Waited for 45 minutes to be seated. The eating area is of an ok size, small tables though. They have tables and a counter facing the window with greenery outside (the tea house is in the basement). I wouldn’t put this spot as a must to do activity in Tokyo. Fancy, yes, cute, yes, but nothing special (plus pricey). However the tea and the food I ordered were amazing. Both presentation and taste. For French toast and a carafe of earl grey tea I paid about $17. Food does take a long time to be served (compared to ramen shops, I guess). Mine took about 30 minutes. But then again, the restaurant was quite busy. The attached flowers shop is pretty, interesting flower arrangement. I wouldn’t bring small kids to this place, as in my opinion there’s nothing there of interest to kids, plus many glass vases in the flower shops, that can be broken, potentially. They do have a menu in English and they do accept credit cards
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