Ippodo Tea Co.

Murray Hill, ニューヨーク
  • Christian S.
    "Great Hojicha iced tea (茶)"(15 つの Tips)
    Tea For Me Please
    "If you love matcha (抹茶) this is definitely the best place to go in NYC."(13 つの Tips)
    "Very friendly and knowledgable staff (スタッフ)."(4 つの Tips)
    Ryan P.
    "authentic Japanese (和食) tea."(5 つの Tips)
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  • Project Latte: a NYC cafe culture guide
    This old school Japanese tea house occupies the gloomy downstairs level below the restaurant Kajitsu on E 39th. They prepare tea to take out, including probably the best matcha in NYC, hot or cold.
    プラス投票 Sep 2
  • Eman A.
    Came for the Matcha. I had both the thin one and the thick one (more of a condensed matcha espresso). I definitely recommend the thin one. Also, I got Anko butter sandwich and chocolate Boro cookie.
  • Benjamin H.
    Benjamin Healy1月 14, 2015
    The tables at the back belong to the restaurant upstairs, so technically there's no seating, but there are a few stools at the end of the bar (they're tipsy, so be careful).
    プラス投票 Aug 24
  • Rachel Slurs
    There's nowhere really to sit and linger, but this matcha is really good. It's a tea company that dates back 3 centuries. I like going here to stock up. Even the every day grade matcha is delicious.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious Eats1月 2, 2014
    Known in Japan for their high quality selection of Japanese green teas, this Kyoto-based company keeps a hidden-away NYC outpost below vegan gem Kajitsu on East 39th.
  • Tea For Me Please
    Tea For Me Please10月 3, 2013
    If you love matcha this is definitely the best place to go in NYC. The staff is super friendly and knowledgeable. They make cups to go, both hot and cold! 続きを見る
  • Susumu
    Susumu2月 28, 2014
    If you hesitate to try regular macha tea or are tired of regular traditional tea, try lightly sweetened macha tea 宇治清水(Uji-shimizu). Small amount, but it was really delicious!!
  • Elodie
    Elodie9月 4
    Finally a real and pure matcha, without milk, sugar or whatever. Whether you like it thick or thin, they serve it here and it’s so nice to see you can make such a choice.
  • Rob P.
    Rob Perry4月 22, 2014
    Currently the only real Japanese tea shop in NYC, gapping the multi-year void left after Ito En's flagship shop closed back in 2011. Heed the staff's suggestions, as these teas are quite special.
  • Lauren S.
    Lauren Smith4月 24, 2015
    Serene, delicious and such an experience. They put art and expertise in creating the matcha (although if you want to blend your own, it's at a slight discount.) Not worth it...
  • Kate Y.
    Kate Yan (Furman)6月 6, 2016
    Most authentic tea shop in NYC, they have a variety of matcha powders and have drinks to go.
  • Ken
    Ken6月 15, 2013
    Don't be afraid to ask any questions you may have about tea. Very friendly and knowledgable staff.
  • Ryan P.
    Ryan Paul5月 27, 2014
    If you're buying something as a gift, they'll wrap it up with some nice paper in a very meticulous method
  • Aileen R.
    Aileen R2月 4, 2015
    Try the gyokoro tea! They also have stamp cards now. Buy 10 teas and get one free.
  • Anna
    Anna4月 19
    Good Matcha! The “only to-go” cuts into the tea house experience, though.
  • Ryan P.
    Ryan Paul5月 27, 2014
    Very friendly staff - incredibly high quality and authentic Japanese tea.
  • Veronica R.
    Veronica Ray11月 26, 2017
    Kyoto since 1717. Serene atmosphere and wonderful matcha.
  • Alex H.
    Alex Hayworth6月 19, 2017
    Inside of Kajitsu. OG Japanese tea.
  • Ryan Z.
    They teach you how to whisk it yourself! And it's cheaper.
  • Christian S.
    Great Hojicha iced tea
  • Angela L.
    Angela Lin4月 21, 2017
    Great ambience, great seasonal matcha
  • Joshua B.
    Good matcha drinks to go
  • tina b.
    tina beans5月 21, 2015
    Japanese-style tea ceremony!