Historic Beijing Teahouse Reopens after 40 Years

Dashilar Teahouse, which was once a landmark of culture, art and tea in Beijing, has reopened its doors after nearly 40 years. Now located opposite its old site on Dashilar Street, the new teahouse was renovated with historic relevance in mind. The ground floor houses a tea shop, while the second story is a lounge for tea drinking. Antique wood tables, old photos, paintings and sculptures throughout the teahouse add to the traditional ambiance.

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