Tea Specialty Shop Dimbula

Our shop is a small tea specialty store in Shonan, which was opened in Kamakura on December 15, 1979 by my father, Takeshi Isobuchi.
His father passed away in February 2019, and his daughter Yasuka Isobuchi became the second owner.

Each tea leaf is carefully tasted and purchased directly from a trusted Sri Lankan tea factory.
In addition, we are also focusing on our own blended tea using Sri Lankan black tea.
Enjoy carefully selected tea leaves and meals, as well as a cozy atmosphere that makes you want to say "I'm home".

In addition, our shop has nothing to do with "T-Isobuchi Company Co., Ltd.".
During his lifetime, his father, Takeshi Isobuchi, operated the shop for many years, but now it has been handed over and the shop is not involved in anything, including tea leaves and management.
Please do not get confused.

July 2022 Tea specialty store Dimbura

〜Equipped with terrace seats that allow pets〜

Tea specialty store Dimbura is located 2 minutes on foot from Odakyu Electric Railway "Katase-Enoshima Station".

On the terrace, there are terrace seats where you can enjoy pets such as dogs and owls together, so those who have pets can visit us with peace of mind.

Please visit us when you come to Enoshima.

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Menu may change without notice.
The price includes tax.

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Menu may change without notice.

The price includes tax.

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営業時間

11:00~19:00

定休日

fire/water

TEL

0466-2643-40

住所

〒251-0035
1-13-25 Katase Kaigan, Fujisawa City, Kanagawa Prefecture

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Notice to customers

Thank you very much for your patronage of the tea specialty store Dimbura.
Two years have passed since my father, Takeshi Isobuchi passed away.
"Tea Isobuti Company", which my father founded, and our shop "Tea Specialty Shop Dimbura" have different business owners and have no relationship at all.
Dimbura, a tea specialty store, imports and sells black tea independently following the wishes of my father.
In addition, the name "Isobuchi" has taken on a life of its own, and I am very puzzled by the fact that there are so many products related to black tea.
It seems that there are many similar products on the market, so please be careful.
Best regards