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Masa, a Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star sushi restaurant in New York’s Time Warner Center, serves green and soba cha tea during its lavish 26-course dinner. About halfway through your meal, expect to be served a hot green tea, while the soba cha concludes your meal, after the signature grapefruit granite dessert. Both teas are imported from Japan. A strongly brewed buckwheat tea, the soba cha helps settle your stomach and aid in digestion — leaving you feeling refreshed, rather than stuffed after 26 courses. These teas play essential roles in the dining experience at this New York restaurant — and we think you’ll agree that dinner at the sushi house is a complete sensory experience.