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Wad is a lovely Japanese tea house tucked away from hustle and bustle of the city of Osaka. This place gathers all the nicest things from all over Japan ranging from tea leaves to tableware and offers a cozy space. What we love about this tiny tea house is the unique selections of cups and plates the owner carefully selected. They not only add the table more characters but also make our tea and sweet treats even tastier.




[/col-md-6][col-md-6_last]One of the specialities of this spot is a wide selection of tea and wagashi (Japanese bakery). It took us some time to decide what to order because everything seemed so good. (We are always like this.) We ended up having a cup of cold houjicha and non caffeinated kyoubancha (tea from Kyoto) and three different kinds of wagashi. Each comes with a cute cup or a bowl. We usually have hard time finding perfect spots that fit both our aesthetics and your taste in Osaka, to be honest, since the city has more of sloppy izakaya and bars, but wad has obviously become our favorite.

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We recommend checking a gallery on the third floor after having a lovely tea time at wad. You will find some inspiring pieces made by local designers. What’s very interesting is that each piece has its own unique story, which we found fascinating. So take your time and enjoy interacting with them. It’s such a nice way to spend time before returning to the busy streets of Osaka.

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