Creha Blog: New Creha Shop opening this weekend

February 20, 2015

Creha will be relocating and opening a new shop/cafe this weekend!
If you are in Kyushu, Saga prefecture, please have a visit.

The new shop is in Yanagimachi, a town along the former Nagasaki-Kaido Road, also known as “Sugar Road” where the cultures of the East and West met. Creha Tea Shop is located inside an Old Morinaga* House, a historic residence designated as an “architecture representing historic scenic beauty” in 2012.
* Morinaga family started tabacco production in the Edo period, and was famous for making tabacco with rich aroma. After the monopolization of tabacco production, they shifted to a kimono shop.
(About Morinaga House: https://www.pref.saga.lg.jp/ – Japanese only)

New Creha Tea Shop:
4-7 Yanagimachi, Saga-shi, Saga, 840-0823

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