|Pic cr: matcha-jp.com|
The welcome food tasted from savory to sweet, and each one was accompanied by three different cups of “Oumi Tsuchiyama Tea” —the tea that has the longest history of all Japanese tea, and was said to be good for your heart health. Each cup of tea was prepared using different techniques to best complement each food.
Anyway, as I’ve mentioned earlier, they have several designs for the rooms, and this one is the Paris-themed room. ↓
There is also a painting that represents each country in front of the room (how cute is that!)