The Miho Museum’s Pine View Tea Room uses ingredients
produced by the Shumei Natural Agriculture approach,
free of any additives such as fertilizers and agrochemicals.
Hours: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Last order: 4:30 pm
Spend the Day With Beauty
Take a relaxing break in this airy, spacious tea room with a clear view of the sky.
All ingredients are carefully produced using the purest approach. This concept of utilizing the purest approach is applied to areas ranging from the Shumei Natural Agriculture fields used to grow wheat, adzuki beans, other grains and vegetables, to the producers of sugar, butter and coffee, to the Miho Museum’s own confectionery kitchen.
Capturing the harvest of autumn, this sweet consists of azuki kinton threads enfolding a steamed chestnut core and topped with a sweet stewed chestnut.
Yamazuto means “gift of the mountains.”
A richly flavored Japanese confectionary. The mild bitterness of matcha produced with the Shumei Natural Agriculture approach (free of additives, including artificial fertilizers and agrochemicals) and a mellow sweetness combine in a velvety Bavarois.
Vanilla Ice Cream
This Miho-made vanilla ice cream is made with vanilla beans from Madagascar.
Roll Cake with Seasonal Fruit
Fruit grown by the Shumei Natural Agricultural approach is rolled in a moist cake sponge made simply with flour, sugar, and eggs.
Note that menu items may change according to the season or the availability of ingredients.