This Japanese matcha chain just opened up a new spot on Crescent Street

Dec 9 2019, 9:46 am

Montrealers itching for a Japanese matcha fix can now head over to Crescent Street.

Tsujiri, the 159-year-old Japanese matcha chain has set up shop on Crescent, just above Ste. Catherine, putting a serious focus on everything matcha.

From a selection of matcha teas, lattes, floats, desserts, cakes, cream puffs, and meal options, the 2,500-sq-ft location is the franchise’s biggest location in all of Canada.

Tsujiri focuses on high-quality green tea, sourced from Japan’s Uji region and after opening a successful franchise in Toronto, the company is focusing on a Canadian expansion with sights set on Edmonton, Vancouver, Calgary, and Halifax.

 

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Tsujiri only serves teas selected and imported from Japan and the chain operates in 41 stores around the world, 29 of which are based in Asia.

Patrons are fans of┬áTsujiri for signature dishes like its Matcha Parfait and the O-Matcha Float, along with┬ásome scrumptious cakes. Customers can also expect eats like the brandÔÇÖs Opera Cake and bouncy Matcha Souffle Pancakes served with ice cream, to name a few.

Tsujiri Montreal, located at 1418 rue Crescent, launched today and is open seven days a week from 11:30 am to 10 pm.

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