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    Sapporo / Hakodate / Asahikawa / Obihiro

    Japan’s northernmost island and an outdoor lover’s paradise


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    Relax among mountains and lakes in summer, or be dazzled by the winter snow while enjoying unique, northern cuisine.


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    The land of snow, hot springs and fine sake


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    The gateway to Japan. Packed with great spots for sightseeing where are easily accessible from the capital.


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    Japan’s capital and the world’s most populous metropolis


    Kii Peninsula / Ise

    Most sacred shrine, Excellent pearls, and Samurai theme park. Touch the tradition and history.


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    The traditional and cultural heart of Japan


    Umeda / Namba / Shin-Sekai

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    Sample seafood delicacies such as Echizen crab and puffer fish, as you soak yourself in the history of Fukui’s many heritage sites.


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    Hidden springs and fantastic scenery amid pristine natural surroundings.


    Shimanto City / Ashizuri-misaki

    Combining unspoiled natural beauty with a tropical climate


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    Steeped in history and a symbol of peace the world over


    Uwajima / Matsuyama / Ishizuchi-san

    Fresh fruit and fish. Tour some of the castle, explore the history.


    Fukuoka / Dazaifu

    Many sights to see and delicious cuisine. Fukuoka leaves you satisfied every time.


    Karatsu / Imari / Arita

    Experience breath-taking natural scenery and traditional crafts. A trip with delighting surprises around every corner.


    Kumamoto / Aso-san / Kurokawa-Onsen

    Surround yourself with nature and taste gourmet flavors you will find nowhere else.


    Kirisima-Yaku National Park / Satsuma Peninsula

    The home of historic heroes and a living volcanic landscape. Toast with delicious shochu and sample the unique Kagoshima cuisine.


    Osumi Island / Amami Islands / Miyako Island / Yaeyama Islands

    Japan’s tropical side offering a unique culture and history

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Aoyama Flower Market Tea HouseTokyo

Among the concrete of Tokyo, it is wonderful finding a place like Aoyama Flower Market Tea House, where you can sit, relax and recharge. The teahouse is hidden behind a flower store, and as you pass through the store, the delicious smell of the plants is a real joy. Within the teahouse, you find yourself among colorful flowers in all directions.
Aoyama Flower Market Tea House is one of my favorite places to sip a refreshing cup of aromatic tea. The teahouse offers different tea varieties, including fresh, dried herbal and specially selected teas. I particularly like the fresh herbal tea. Containing five kinds of fresh herbs, the herbal tea is served in a glass pot, and the smell and flavor are a real tonic. The teahouse also serves elegant desserts and small meals. Not to be missed is the exquisite rose jelly, which is a smooth jelly with the fragrance of roses. Like all the dishes, it is elegantly served. I had to queue for almost an hour to get into the teahouse, but it was well worth it.

Name:Warawee Mungpa

Bangkok District Office
Cabin Attendant Section

Address: 5-1-2 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Airport: This page will open in a new windowAirport Guide Tokyo International Airport (Haneda)

Tel: +81-3-3400-0887

HOURS: Monday to Saturday, 11 a.m.–8 p.m.;
Sundays and holidays, 11 a.m.–7 p.m.

ACCESS: 1-minute walk from Omotesando
Station, exit A4

WEBSITE: This page will open in a new windowwww.afm-teahouse.com
(Japanese-language website)

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