Source: © Faith Network Inc. Japanese tea cafe Hachiya serves refreshing Citrus Yogurt Cream and Hōjicha Shaved Ice 2021-07-29 Thu 2021-07-29 Thu On Monday, July 26th, Hachiya 八屋, a Japanese tea café operated by Faith Network, Inc. based on the concept of "reimagining Japanese culture for the modern age" added a new, refreshing dessert item to its menu, perfect for the hot months of summer. "Citrus Yogurt Cream and Hōjicha Shaved Ice" will be available for a limited time, while supplies last. Citrus Yogurt Cream and Hōjicha Shaved Ice "Citrus Yogurt Cream and Hōjicha Shaved Ice" Japanese Tea Set This kakigōri (Japanese shaved ice) combines a refreshing "citrus yogurt cream" made with creamy yogurt and fresh oranges and Hachiya's hand-crafted citrus fruit syrup for a cool and summery dessert. Topped with hōjicha (roasted green tea) powder, honey, and lemon slices macerated in syrup, it's a delightful dessert as visually appealing as it aromatic. The flavors change as you eat it. Hachiya would like to invite you to experience this pleasant surprise at their store. In addition, a Japanese tea set menu is also available for eat-in customers, which pairs this shaved ice with a cup of hōjicha, one of Hachiya's most popular Japanese teas. Product Name : シトラスヨーグルトクリームとほうじ茶のかき氷 (Citrus Yogurt Cream and Hōjicha Shaved Ice) Price: A la carte 1,000 JPY (tax included) Japanese tea set: 1,150 JPY (tax included) *only available to eat-in customers Availability: From July 26th, 2021, continuing until citrus fruit syrup supplies are depleted Hachiya's Hand-Crafted Syrups Citrus Yogurt Cream: Yogurt, fresh cream, and fresh oranges are mixed together to make this rich and chunky cream. You can enjoy the gentle sourness of the yogurt and the refreshing taste of oranges. Hachiya's hand-crafted Citrus Fruit Syrup Citrus fruit syrup: A homemade syrup with the refreshing sweet and sour taste of lemons and oranges, carefully and patiently macerated on-premises. About Hachiya Hachiya is a Japanese tea cafe based on the concept of "reimagining Japanese culture in the modern age." Hachiya uses only tea leaves from carefully selected tea farms and focuses on natural Japanese ingredients to serve as sweeteners: for example, wasanbon sugar for their tea lattes and white bean paste for their smoothies. In June 2021, Hachiya reopened in the Sendagaya neighborhood of Tokyo, with an eat-in space and a new menu that includes onigiri rice balls and anmitsu (sweetened red bean paste), both of which are designed to go well with Japanese tea. Hachiya will continue to offer new ways to enjoy tea, such as a hand-crafted cold tea soda, in which cold brewed Japanese tea is directly carbonated on premises. Store Information Name: 八屋 Hachiya Address (JP): 東京都渋谷区千駄ヶ谷 3－2－10 Address (EN): 3-2-10 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Hachiya Official Website Business hours: 8:30 - 18:30 (L.O. 18:15) Closed: Saturdays, Sundays, national holidays, year-end and New Year holidays Access: 2 min. walk from Kitasando Sta. (Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line), 8 min. from Harajuku Sta. (JR Yamanote Line), 10 min. from JR Sendagaya Sta. (Chuo & Sobu Lines) and from Meiji-jingumae Sta. (Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line). By - grape Japan editorial staff. Tags: Citrus / Hachiya / hojicha / Kakigori / Orange / Shaved Ice grape Japan Food Japanese tea cafe Hachiya serves refreshing Citrus Yogurt Cream and Hōjicha Shaved Ice Related Article Cute cat ninjas dissolve into cappuccino drinks made with tea from the birthplace of matcha Japanese cafe tries out shaved ice dessert landscaping with miniature Kyoto garden matcha kakigori The Best Matcha and Other Green Tea Desserts in Tokyo Tirol recreates roasted green tea parfait in tiny 41¢ chocolate with the help of historic tea specialists Step into the cooler seasons with this special ice cream selection from Kojimaya Is Japan’s shaved ice miso ramen the kakigori crossover summer treat we’ve always needed?