Recent Examples of teahouse from the Web
Iced coffee was an obsession in Japan, but a teahouse owner in the Taiwanese city of Taichung started selling a similar version made with tea.
From Tokyo’s bright lights and towering skyscrapers to Kyoto’s ancient temples and tiny teahouses, Japan brilliantly fuses centuries-old culture and traditions with cutting-edge, modern technology.
To prolong your afternoon away from the real world, head to any one of the garden’s several teahouses and enjoy a soul-warming bowl of matcha.
When the shoot is finally over, I am taken to the teahouse, a romantic, open-air stone structure Oprah built for the sole purpose of reading The New York Times in the morning while drinking her tea.
Do a D.I.Y. progressive feast at the Granville Island Public Market, or hit trendy Yaletown and emerging Gastown for everything from oyster bars to a First Nations teahouse.
What was once Mrs. Sherwin's teahouse is still on the grounds.
Starbucks' latest venture in Kyoto, Japan, includes a new location in a traditional teahouse.
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