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Tea Room Victorian Rose

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Tea Room Victorian Rose Description

Located in Hakodate, Tea Room Victorian Rose is a charming café and patisserie that offers a delightful fusion of Japanese and Western flavors. The elegant décor of the restaurant transports you to a bygone era, with its Victorian-inspired furnishings and cozy ambiance. As you step inside, you are greeted by the sweet aroma of freshly baked pastries and the soothing sound of classical music playing in the background.

What sets Tea Room Victorian Rose apart is its unique menu that features a variety of delectable treats, including delicate cakes, flaky pastries, and aromatic teas. Indulge in their signature Japanese-style parfaits, which are beautifully layered with fresh fruits, creamy custard, and crunchy granola. For those with a sweet tooth, their selection of French-inspired desserts, such as macarons and éclairs, are sure to satisfy your cravings. Pair your sweet treats with a fragrant cup of tea or coffee for the perfect afternoon pick-me-up.

Whether you're looking for a relaxing spot to enjoy a leisurely brunch or a cozy café to catch up with friends, Tea Room Victorian Rose offers a unique dining experience that combines the best of Japanese and Western culinary traditions. Treat yourself to a taste of nostalgia and indulge in the exquisite flavors of this hidden gem in Hakodate.

Tea Room Victorian Rose Overview


Former British Consulate In Hakodate, 33-14 Motomachi, Hakodate, Hokkaido 040-0054


+81 (0) 138-83-1800


5 minute walk from Suehirocho Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: 9:00AM-5:00PM
Mon: 9:00AM-5:00PM
Tue: 9:00AM-5:00PM
Wed: 9:00AM-5:00PM
Thur: 9:00AM-5:00PM
Fri: 9:00AM-5:00PM
Sat: 9:00AM-5:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Stylish Interior

Tea Room Victorian Rose Reviews

Tea Room Victorian Rose Google Average Rating



There was no waiting upon our arrival on Thursday 1pm. There was a discount of 10% if you visited one of the surrounding English museums.

At first glance, the price shown on the menu was 2800 yen for the afternoon tea set. The reception reminded us that 2800 yen was per person price and the photo shown was 2 persons' portion. In short, to get exactly as the set shown in the photo, we need to pay 2800 x2 = 5600 yen. But if we did visit one of the nearby English museums, we will get 10% discount 560 yen from the 5600 yen. Therefore we only paid 5040 yen. We topup another 100 yen for darjeeling tea from India. The pricing was quite confusing at the beginning.

But, the afternoon tea set really justified its cost. All the scones, cake, sandwiches and tea were outstanding. We were told to opened up the tea pot only after 5 minutes, and the tea was astonishing good.

There was a princess setting chair and costume for selfie sessions. The surrounding of thus old British High Commissioner was fascinating


A really lovely treat sitting having a cup of tea in this historic building and the atmosphere is great. Wonderful just to sit and imagine all the people that have been and gone in past times.


Very nice high tea place, next to a lot of touristic attractions, it made a very good break from walking around! Sets are not bad price-wise, but some flexibility (even at a premium) would be welcomed! They also were out of most cakes, which hindered our visit.


Interesting to find a place like this in South Hokkaido.


A place I definitely wanted to visit on my trip to Hakodate.
Although I had researched in advance and knew that I would not be able to eat the afternoon tea set by myself, I was a little disappointed that there were not many menus to choose from, perhaps because it was a weekday or because it was not high season.

I ordered a scone and tea set.
The cream is clotted cream and safe. I ordered Earl Gray tea, but the scent is like this? It doesn't have much of a scent, so I wonder if it's this type of black tea...
The scones were delicious.

Since I was the only customer, I felt a little uncomfortable, probably because it was cleaning time, and I felt like I should have been a little more relaxed.
I would be happy if I could have afternoon tea alone, but looking at the number of customers on weekdays, I realize that I would have to narrow down the menu and the cost performance would be poor, so I wonder if it would be something like this.
I was a little disappointed in the expensive afternoon tea, which was unnecessarily glittery and loaded with sweets, but since it was such a wonderful place, I thought it would be nice to have more fun to choose from on the menu.