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My name is Arisa and was a cosplayer for 12 years in Malaysia before settling down in Kyoto, Japan. Exploring Japan full time has been a long time dream of mine, so let's explore it together!
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Tea Press Bangsar (The Japanese Tea Roasters)

Anmitsu with hoji ice cream on top

Those in KL can now rejoice because Tea press Bangsar has finally opened it’d doors to public! Offering much more food variety compared to it’s PJ branch, and you guys get ikemen manager-san serving you tea too (lol). But yea, I can foresee that it would be pretty crowded here because first of all it’s Bangsar Telawi, people come here to eat and chill, secondly who doesn’t like good Japanese tea and desserts?

I spent most of my time at Tea press Uptown for the past 1 year because I love tea, and found the environment rather productive for me to get work done compared to my house, and the staffs there are pretty friendly too!
Those of you who constantly DM me asking if I actually work in Tea press Uptown because I’m here so often, the answer is “No”, I just so happen to love green tea a lot so whichever place serves good green tea, you’ll see me there lol.

Warabi Mochi

Drip tea!

Of course the environment and ambiance places an important factor too in completing the whole experience.

Really happy for Tea press team, after two years of being in Malaysia they have expanded to their 2nd standalone store in Klang Valley, making it easier for others to get access to traditional Japanese tea and desserts. It’s also slightly bigger than the PJ branch with a separate room at the back for private functions/ meetings and they have tables outside for smokers too, while non-smokers dine inside.

I actually learned how to make Strawberry Daifuku from them, when they held a workshop at ISETAN THE JAPAN STORE last month, totally worth paying to attend because I can never seem to get it right before that (relied on google but failed), now all I need is to get a microwave to make soft Daifuku lol.

Jing calls my handmade daifuku "Pai fuku", oppai+ daifuku = paifuku
because the strawberry tip peeps through the top like a nipple. 
Kns, why i have friends like that ah 😒

I still remember my first time in Tea press learning how to brew tea properly from Ami-san, she was a really kind and bubbly lady, you guys can refer back to the previous post here <--click br="">
So if you are looking to experience and taste authentic wagashi with Japanese green tea, please do drop by Tea press! Their staffs are always full of energy and smiles waiting to serve you, trust me you won’t regret spending your evenings or lunch break here. And like I said got bonus view as well (hoho) if you get what I mean ;)

Thank you so much Teapress for inviting me to the opening, I’m glad to share your joy as well and may you guys continue to grow here in Malaysia!
Need to visit the Tokyo branch one day lol, always keep forgetting to drop by >.<

Extra bonus is that their toilet is EXACTLY like Japan’s automated toilets lol, it even has seat warmers installed, so happy to see this kind of toilet here, guys please take care of this rare toilet ya, you won’t find this in Malaysia that easily. Go dine at Tea press so you’ll get to use their toilets and you’ll finally understand why people love and hype about Japanese toilets alot lol.

Tea Press Bangsar (The Japanese Tea Roasters)

Address: 14, Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar Baru, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours 8am - 7pm
Tuesday - Sunday
Monday : CLOSE

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