We also create Kukicha (stem tea) and Kamairicha (Green Tea fired in hot pans), Houjicha powder for food processing, and Genmaicha powder.
We can also order Containers, Teapots and Ironware, Bamboo Teaspoons used in the making of Matcha, and Tea Utensils such as Tea Whisks from makers all around Japan.
Kukicha (stem tea)
This Tea is made from the extractions of new stems sorted by the sorting machines in the processing stage of Gyokuro and Sencha. Although the water color is light, this Tea has a refreshing aroma and its strong flavor is caused by the density of the Amino Acid.
Kamairicha (Green Tea fired in hot pans)
Kamairicha is Green Tea fired in hot pans. In comparison to steamed Teas like Sencha, the aroma and refreshing taste are the main characteristics of Kamairicha. It is difficult to create this Tea in vast quantities.
Sencha powder / Genmaicha powder / Houjicha powder
These are powdered Sencha,Genmaicha and Houjicha Teas. They can be mixed with hot water and enjoyed as a drink, but also like Matcha, they can be utilized as ingredients for Houjicha Lattes, etc. Although the fragrance of powdered teas is lighter, we have chosen the most aromatic Tea leaves for processing.
Starting from the left
Sencha Powder, Genmaicha Powder, Houjicha Powder.
Tea Ceremony Utensils
These utensils are used in the making of Japanese Tea.
The difference between Japanese Teapots and regular Teapots is that handles are on the side rather than at the front. Japanese Teapots are made from many kinds of materials, but ceramic and porcelain are the most common.
There are many many kinds of Japanese Teacups, but most have no handles and are smaller than coffee cups.
YUZAMASHI-KYUSU (Yuzamashi Teapot)
This Teapot is used to brew Sencha with hot water below boiling temperature. When hot water is transferred from an electric pot, the Teapot will regularize the temperature.
This teapot is made of Iron. Nambu Ironware is particularly famous in Japan. By brewing Tea in an iron Teapot, you can replenish your supply of Iron. Iron is a mineral that modern people suffer a lack of.
Tools to whisk the Matcha
The Teaspoon is used to make sure the Matcha powder does not stick together.
CAH-SAJI (Bamboo Teaspoon)
Matcha Tea Cup
The wide mouth of the Teacup makes it easier to mix the Matcha. This Teacup is normally used in Tea Ceremonies.
About the Sale of Other Products
Kukicha (stem tea) and Kamairicha (Green Tea fired in hot pans) are little known overseas and we take pride in supplying them.
We can sell Japanese Teapots and Teacups to overseas Customers.
The Japanese have a great affection not only for the taste and aroma of Japanese teas, but also for the utensils used in the making of Tea.
Tea lovers love their Tea accessories.