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12:50 AM


Charming tea time.

Do you remember my cute mint case?

I posted it back when nobody read my blog so it didn't get any love :(

But I still love the shop where I bought it, Afternoon Tea.

It really is...charming!

I definitely over-use that word, but here I simply HAVE TO use it.

Afternoon Tea is one of the best purveyors of Japanese-European fusion, selling a romantic dream that we all want to buy in to.

It has a special meaning for me because Mr. Miruku took me to tea there when I visited his hometown.

He knows just what I like and I fell in love with the place.

Unfortunately it took me 4 months to figure out that Afternoon Tea is in Sendai too - oops!

Their restaurant is also delicious although the menu is limited.

Fortunately, their seasonal menu changes often and here I present to you their (just finished) Early Summer Menu.


Ready to choose.


I love the design of the cover. It's so classic I want to take it home and use it as an ornament!


It's a very small menu but quality over quantity, right?


Trying to be artistic, haha.


Raspberry and Mint Jelly Iced Tea


Blueberry and Yogurt No-Bake Cheesecake

I loved the fruity flavours from both the cake and the tea.

The funny thing was, the tea looked like juice so the feeling in your mouth was quite shocking, especially when you mixed the jelly in to thicken it ever so slightly.

As for the cheesecake, I had never tasted a blueberry flavoured one before.

It was just heavenly.

The menu changed again recently, but I haven't tried it yet.

It's a terrible sacrifice for the sake of my blog readers, but I'll force myself back there to taste everything.

*sigh* I'm such a hero....

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16 comments

  1. Looks so yummy! I have to try it too!

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  2. Yes. I'm certain it was an horrible experience to eat that incredibly yummy looking cheese cake. ~~~~ XD
    I love fruits cheesecake.
    I'm hungry... ;-;

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  3. Oh yum. This all looks stunning and so delicious. Love the presentation!

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  4. Haha! I always love your posts--even if I don`t comment as often as I should, sorry!! AND I love afternoon tea (and the shop as well).

    Also, I wanted to let you know that you are my Blog of the Week in my Weekly Wrapup. I know I don`t comment as often as I should, but I really do enjoy your blog so much. Keep posting and keep being awesome!! :)

    And a question...would you be willing to be interviewed for a discussion about international couples. You mentioned you were in one too so I thought it would be great if you could contribute! Feel free to let me know by email: tokyoscene @ gmail . com :)

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  5. I am happy to find your blog through Hana's blog of the week list. I hope other people can also find your interesting blog here. ^^
    That Raspberry and Mint Jelly Iced Tea looks very good, but the cheesecake looks even better ^^

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  6. Hello darling!!
    Wow I'd love to go to that tea room. it looks yummy!!!! please follow my blog back
    loveee

    http://theysayjumpyousayhowhigh.blogspot.com/

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  7. That's great you were able to find a branch in Sendai, it looks very lovely^^ I think the cheesecake looks very yummy, especially the blueberry flavor!

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  8. Thanh Thao - I think they have a lot of branches, so I'm sure you can find one!

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  9. Tiramisu - This is the nightmare of my life, haha! I know what you mean though, everytime I see the photo my mouth drools!

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  10. Winnie - Yeah, the presentation is so simple but effective!

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  11. HANA - Wow, thank you so much! Don't feel bad about not commenting, I get a lot of hits from people who find me through your site. So don't feel bad! Also, I (or we?) would be happy to take part in your discussion. I'll send you an email!

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  12. Sakie and Thomas Gantz - Thank you for visiting, I hope you'll come again! You know what, if I had to choose I'd say the drink was better, because the flavour was so unusual. But they were both amazing!

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  13. Lisianthus - I hope you can visit it someday, if you ever come to Japan please check it out!

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  14. さらまり - I just feel like an idiot for not having noticed it sooner! I had been walking past it every week, haha!

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  15. You truly are a martyr for eating there for us. Forcing your self to eat homemade treats day in and day out. How do you even get out of bed in the morning knowing that you have to go eat cake! I think you need a spa vacation from all this hard work! ;)

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  16. Bianca - Spa vacation? That's not a bad idea! Especially if I do it in the name of the blog!

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