Amei Teahouse in Jiufen

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  • Free Cancelation - 48 Hrs Notice
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  • 2 Hrs Duration
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  • English / Chinese / Japanese / Korean
  • Minimum 2 Travelers
  • Meet Up At Location
  • Multi-Language Menus Available
  • Skip the line and get fast-track entry to Amei Teahouse, one of Jiufen's most iconic structures
  • Enjoy oolong tea and classic Taiwanese snacks in a traditional tea house with a breathtaking mountain view
  • Receive assistance from knowledgeable Chinese-, English-, Japanese-, and Korean-speaking staff
  • Explore the picturesque Jiufen Old Street packed with teahouses, street food stalls and souvenir shops
  • Take the Jiufen shuttle bus from Ximen for a convenient and safe transfer from the city
  • One of the main activities of Taipei FunPass! Encounter in New Taipei City and discover your life treasure
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  • Voltaire 24 Mar 2019
    the staff accomodate us immediately even earlier than the scheduled time. very delicious snacks, the tea is superb but hard to find.

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    • One pot of high mountain oolong tea
    • Pineapple pastry, mung bean cake, tea plum, milk plum, brown sugar mochi, sesame flake
    • 10% discount on "Spirited Away" charms, tea plum, milk plum

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    • One pot of high mountain oolong tea
    • Pineapple pastry, mung bean cake, tea plum, milk plum, brown sugar mochi, sesame flake
    • 10% discount on "Spirited Away" charms, tea plum, milk plum
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What To Expect

Head to the quaint town of Jiufen, just an hour’s trip east of Taipei, and indulge in authentic tea with classic Taiwanese pastries, while soaking in a relaxing view of the pristine Keelung Mountain. The Amei Teahouse is the perfect place to hang out while in Jiufen! The century-old tea house draws in hundreds of visitors because it is said to be the inspiration behind the lantern-lit bathhouse in the very popular Japanese animated film “Spirited Away.” As you proceed up the wooden stairs to the entrance, you will spot several quirky-looking masks hung on the walls and figurines of the film’s characters placed on a shelf. The top floor of Amei Teahouse has an indoor area as well as an outdoor area where you can request for a window seat to get unparalleled views. Most of the staff can converse in Chinese and in basic English, Japanese, and Korean so you can be assisted properly. You will be served a standard tea set that includes a pot of oolong tea plus yummy local snacks like pineapple pastry, mung bean cake, tea plum, milk plum, brown sugar mochi, and sesame flakes. You even get a discount if you want to buy more snacks or bring home "Spirited Away" charms!

Amei Teahouse
Hang out at Amei Teahouse for a sampling of local tea and culture
Amei Teahouse
Get a taste of authentic oolong tea and Taiwanese delicacies while enjoying a great view
Amei Teahouse
Bring home quirky souvenirs like these Spirited Away-inspired charms at a discounted price
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Additional Information:

  • Please select your reservation time while booking
  • It's best to book before 3pm to avoid peak hours
  • Your reservation will only be held for 15 minutes. You will need to wait in line if you arrive late
  • Amei Teahouse is open from 8:30am-12:00am. Last admission is 10:00pm
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  • You can present either a printed or a mobile voucher for this activity
  • The voucher is valid only on the reservation date specified

Address:

  • Amei Teahouse, No.20, Shixia Lane, Shuqi Road, Ruifang District, New Taipei City 22448, Taiwan
  • Service hours: 8:30am-12:00am

How To Get There:

  • By Bus: Take the MRT blue line to Zhongxiao Fuxing Station Exit 1, then take bus 1062 to Jiufen Old Street Station
  • By Train: From Ruifang Station, take bus 1062 and disembark at Jiufen
  • Book our daily Jiufen Shuttle Bus from Ximen
Cancelation Policy
  • Full refunds will be issued for cancelations made at least 48 hours prior to the activity
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Reviews (241) 4.6
  • Surya 21 Mar 2019
    great teahouse. we got 2 extra snacks of 4 standards (pineapple cake and sweetened fruits) just because we ordered through klook. smoking and non smoking area were available. disable and less mobile person are not recommended to come to the area due to sloping terrain and many stairs.
  • Voltaire 24 Mar 2019
    the staff accomodate us immediately even earlier than the scheduled time. very delicious snacks, the tea is superb but hard to find.
  • Janine Joyce 14 Oct 2018
    Since it's very commercialized, there were so many people. At my reservation time, 4pm, there was a long queue that taking a photo at the entrance was impossible. If there had been a staff downstairs who can speak English and direct people with reservation, we could've avoided stares of people in line. Anyway, the servers are amazing. They can speak some English and they are very accommodating.
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  • C 18 Sep 2018
    We booked the Shifen-jiufen-keelung klook tour for a Thursday and was pleasantly surprised that Jiufen was not as crowded as expected and we could take good photos of this teahouse. there was no queue that day, we simply walked in and presented this voucher. We requested for a view and they showed us to the 2nd floor where we could sit by the balcony and enjoy the sun and sights. the tea was lovely- mountain oolong- and there was someone to show us how to prepare the tea, from washing the utensils, how much tea leaves to use, to how long to let it brew, etc. the snacks were in good variety, and were good and tasty too (especially the prunes). we couldn't finish the tea leaves, and requested to pack them in a small resealable bag to take away. they also presentes us with postcards of the teahouse. I recommend this voucher, if not to skip the queue, but for the simplicity of use- we didn't need to pay any extras, we just showed it once at the door and that was it, we literally just walked out when we were done. all fuss free. very happy.
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  • Paul Christian 25 Aug 2018
    Great experience. Beautiful scenery. Tasty food. Make sure to take a lot of photos when they turn on the lanterns. Savor the green tea, be sure to record it as well, the way they do it has an art to it.
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  • reniel 6 Oct 2018
    Nice view and scenery specially 🌅 the sky is beautiful, tips better go there at night time better view because of the city light... though the price is quite expensive for 400nt
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  • Hershey Lou 15 Dec 2018
    Enjoyed the tea experience at Amei Teahouse. It was raining hard in Jiufen when we arrived so we decided to go first here before going around. The staff will teach you how to make the tea. Must try if you’re in Jiufen! :)
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  • Jae 24 Oct 2018
    I heard it rains a lot in Taiwan, but my day in Jiufen was the heaviest rain of my trip. Still, I was glad I booked Amei Teahouse. It was a refuge in the storm. Before my small group of friends and got to Jiufen, we stopped by Yeliu Park in the morning so we were running later than the scheduled time that we booked. As soon as we arrived, we told them we hadn’t eaten lunch yet, but we would be late if we ate first (didn’t want tea on an empty stomach). The host was kind and told us it would be fine to eat first and come back. So we ate at the restaurant across the stairway from A Mei. BTW, that restaurant was very tasty and readonable. I would have loved to see the view from the veranda on a clear day, but even without the sea view, I was glad to experience the proper way to enjoy hot fragrant tea on a wet windy day. The teahouse did all they can to shelter us by pulling down the clear plastic covers when the wind and rain got really bad. They can’t control the weather, but their hearts were warm for everyone on a windy, rainy, day
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  • Serene Xue Qi 26 Sep 2018
    the tea is good and match very nicely with the snacks that comes with it. enjoying the tea with snacks together with the cooling wind looking towards the sea direction. the atmosphere is good for a chillax with friends. hope we could have spend more time there. went during the lunch hour and there were no crowd. my friends and i could even choose where we want to sit at. the waitress lady was very kind to teach us how to brew the tea. it was a nice experience.
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  • Trisha Nova 26 Sep 2018
    Easy to Dine in. We just showed our qr code then they gave us a table. It's quite expensive for a simple snack. The snack is delicious but the serving portion is too small. It's a good experience anyway.
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