Matcha Green Tea
Matcha is made from “Tencha” and there are numerous grades, from the one used for tea ceremony to the one used for cooking, and divided into two classes; “Koicha”...
Sencha tea is the green tea most commonly drunk in Japan. The grades are numerous. After the leaves are plucked, they are steamed, shaped and dried. Steaming process is...
Gyokuro is the highest grade Japanese green tea made from fresh buds and first two leaves that are harvested only once a year. To cultivate this tea, tea plants...
Organic Kamairicha - Traditional Japanese Green Tea
Kamairi-cha literally means pan-fired tea and generally categorized as non-fermented tea like many other Japanese green tea. While most of Japanese green tea...
Our fragrant Bancha including rare one
In general, there are three types of bancha.
Atama-yanagi-bancha: “atama” literally means head. The “yanagi” literally means willow but in this case, it refers teas...
Classic Japanese Genmaicha
Genmaicha is a mixture of Sencha and roasted brown rice.
Organic Green Tea
Organic green tea selection
Kukicha literally means green tea made from stems. Premium grade Kukicha is sometimes called “Karigane”. Kukicha has rather grassy taste but by making proper firing, this grassy taste turns...
Konacha is also called Kocha and provides thick and intensely green color. But its taste is relatively light. Since tealeaves of this tea is very small, but not a...
Powdered Sencha Green Tea
This tea is a powdered form of Sencha and different from Matcha.
Powdered Sencha contains more catechins than Matcha. Because Matcha is made from Tencha leaves. Tencha...
A variety of green tea bags.
Hojicha is roasted Sencha or Bancha. It has a mild and savory flavor and produces reddish-brown color. It generally has less amino acid, catechins and caffeine than Sencha or...