where you can experience the pastime and the relaxation related
to the tea ceremony in a modern yet traditional tea room setting.
Sokkon is designed as a conceptual space that aims to make you feel
more familiar and enlightened in appreciating the world of tea.
"Sokkon Sokusho"「即今即處(そっこんそくしょ)」 roughly translates to
"Just now, just here" as this time is only this time.
The name of Sokkon does not have a direct connection to the tea ceremony.
The name represents this time now, and our desire to make this space
as a place to appreciate the traditions of tea.
The space is designed not just for tea, but for the entire tea ceremony experience.
Please enjoy the space and its comforts and feel relaxed.
Bring friends, make new friends and we encourage guests to join the ceremony
and even lead the ceremony if you so desire.
* Sunday: Closed
* Opening Hours: Lunch 11:30-15:00 (last order 14:30)
Dinner 17:00-22:00 (last order 21:00)
* Nearest station: Walk 6 minutes from "Omotesando station" accessible from subway Ginza line, Hanzomon line, Chiyoda line.
* Phone number: 03-6427-7787
* Reservation (17:00-19:00, booking in advance required)
If you are making a reservation, please choose one of the three courses below.
･ Hassun course ¥6,000
･ One soup three dishes course \8,500
･ Sokkon course ¥15,000
* Lunch service (11:30-15:00 (last order 14:30)), no reservation required)
･ Zen style Udon \1,000
･ Sokkon Lunch Bento Set \2,000
* Night service (17:00-22:00 (last order 21:00), no reservation required)
There will be a seating charge of \1,000 per person.
A La Carte food and drinks are also available.
For details, please see the menu on the table. * Consumption tax and service charge are already included at the time of accounting.
* We accept all major credit cards; VISA, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX, Diners and transportation electronic money; Suica, PASMO, etc. Commercial electronic money; iD, QUICPay, ApplePay, Alipay, AliCay, WeChatPay, LINE Pay, dPayment. (DOCOMO can be used).
How to enjoy Sokkon?
You can enjoy the new tea rooms in various ways. The main "chaji" experience will based on which tea kaiseki is chosen.
Enjoy food and sake.
One of the fun and unique parts of the tea ceremony is the exchange of the sake cup between the host and the tea master.
The Tea kaiseki and a la carte menu can be adapted as a "Shojin" style on request can be enjoyed with a wide variety of sake, cocktails, champagne and wine.
Watch tea ceremony
If you order thick tea or light tea, you can enjoy watching the tea ceremony performed by one of our staff at a cost of ¥3,000 (up to 5 people)
Try it yourself
If you order thick tea or light tea, you can perform the ceremony yourself for your guests by adding +¥2,000.
You can use your personal equipment or feel free to use the tools we have in store at Sokkon.
Enjoy a cocktail
Both tea ceremony and cocktail making have similarities in technique, art and satisfaction.
Where we can talk about schools of tea ceremony, we can also observe some schools into the bar world. Each bartender usually follows his teacher in the way they mix, shake, carve ice or build cocktails.
The names of our cocktails are inspired by our tea utensils and to tea culture in general.