The picture on the left hand side is the head office of Aikoku Seicha. You can purchase their products in the third floor. Aikoku Seicha sells selected tea and sweets from Japan and all over the world.
There are catalog and pamphlet written in English and Chinese for forieign customers.
|Address||3-7-9, Nishiwaseda, Shinjuku-ku Aikoku Seicha building 1F|
|Open / Closed||Open: 10:00-17:30
Regular holiday: Sundays and holidays
|Nearest station / Access||
|Non-smoking, smoking||Entirely non-smoking|
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