Amanda and Chisumi
One of the co-owners, Tomoe Horibuchi, has taught Japanese cooking and practiced the Japanese tea ceremony for years. Her experience shines through in the balance of wabi elements (hand-thrown tea bowls, wooden tables) and modern elements (large glass windows, creative foods).
I was here for a business meeting. We sat at the corner of a large shared table and enjoyed the lovely light through the windows. The food was delicious and novel, and we had plenty of time and space to attend to our work.
I wish the Behind the Museum Cafe much success.
Matcha cupcakes, among other delicious treats
The space is also a gallery, showcasing Japanese Tea bowls and kimono
Love the yo-yo placemat!
The matcha set
The matcha brownie, dense and delicious