Thanks to the owner’s deep passion for Japanese culture, people in Chiang Mai now have access to some of the legendary Japanese desserts thought to only be available in Japan itself. Each cake or dessert has its own unique origin story, most of which have been made following recipes passed down the generations. Rikyo matcha mochi, for example, comes from a sweet house in Osaka that has been making this sweet for over 180 years using this one and only recipe. Wabi Cha also stocks a cream roll from a 140 years old sweet house from Kyoto that just might change your perspective on this seemingly simple treat. For tea lovers, take a sip of their Gyokuro tea that could only be found once a year. Every single item in Wabi Cha is imported from the best sweet houses of Japan. If you travel to Japan, it would be hard to taste them all, so save yourself a flight and head into Hai Ya to get the next best thing.
Open 10am – 8pm
7/3 Ragang Road Soi 3, T. Hai Ya
081 582 0886
7/3 Ragang Road Soi 3, T. Hai YaCategory Cafés, Hostel Venue Type Cafe Cuisine Japanese Hotel Type Hostels Opening Times 10am – 8pm