Nara: Japanese
Open 11:30am-9pm. Closed Tuesdays.
Sun: Open Sundays

To-no-chaya means "tearoom of the pagoda" and was named for its views of the Five-Story Pagoda of Kofuku-ji. During the day To-no-chaya serves a light meal of cha-gayu with sashimi and vegetables, plus a few sweetened rice cakes for dessert. Reservations are essential for cha-gayu in the evenings.

Noboriojicho 47.
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