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  • Tea Interesting Proverbs and Common Sense Related to Tea

     Tea has been cherished by Japanese people for centuries, as proven by the proverbs and rich variety of teas in Japan. Here are some interesting p...
  • David’s Tea Time: Organic Sencha Uji

      Our Organic Sencha Uji has a shiny bluish color leaf and a seaweed type umami. These are the result of a short shading process and a special cul...
  • New Ways to Enjoy Tea

    Did you know that tea leaves can be used for more than just being brewed and drank? In Japan, where tea is a significant part of culture, people ha...
  • David’s Tea Time: Tokoname Denchan Kyusu

    This original Kyusu is hand crafted in Atelier Isshin in Tokoname, Japan. Atelier Isshin is craft center of professionals creating premium Kyusus....
  • How Many Cups of Tea is Appropriate Per Day?

    Tea is a drink that can be enjoyed in various everyday situations, like during and after meals, or when taking a break. Nevertheless, it can be dif...
  • David’s Tea Time: Genmaicha Extra Green

    This is our special blend of Genmaicha with Matcha. This blend uses a tea ceremony grade of matcha and quality Bancha. It is a highly aromatic tea...
  • Why Tea Gifts Are Appreciated?

    Tea is a universal, affordable and appreciated gift that can be given at any time of the year. It's also thoughtful to give tea as seasonal greeti...
  • David's Tea Time: Mugicha (Non-Caffein Japanese Tea)

    Mugicha is a roasted barley grain tea which can be served warm or cold, and it is a non-caffeinated beverage popular among Japanese parents to giv...
  • The Numerous Health Benefits of Genmaicha (Brown Rice Tea)

    The Numerous Health Benefits of Genmaicha (Brown Rice Tea) Many people don't take their health seriously until they're faced with a lifestyle-relat...
  • David’s Tea Time: Koicha Hoshino

    This Koicha Matcha is produced in Hosino Village, which is renowned for grwing premium Gyokuro and Matcha. You will experience a rich aroma when y...
  • How to Brew Genmaicha the Right Way

    The unique, delicious scent of genmaicha comes from the roasted rice and tea leaves mixture. However, some people might not feel satisfied if it's ...
  • David’s Tea Time: Gyokuro Suimei

    Gyokuro is a shade-grown steamed Japanese green tea which is considered to be among the best in Japan's teas. Gyokuro is grown under light-blocking...