Cha-An was built up in 2004 by Japanese restauranteur Bon Yagi with the Japanese idea of omotenashi (a term for entire hearted friendliness) as a main priority, and with wooden tables and tatami seats, washi-paper lights and regular flower enhancements, Cha-An closely resembles a little bit of Japan.
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Cha-An features not only matcha and senchas from Japan, but an extensive list of teas from all over the world as well. Whether you prefer Darjeeling Black Tea with milk or Tieguanyin Oolong Tea served in the Gongfu style,
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