Authentic Japanese Green Tea

Uji is the home of exquisite shade-grown teas!

Organic green tea and matcha from Southern Japan!

Established in February 2000. The first e-shop to offer green tea shipped directly from Japan.

Fast international shipping.

Quality has always been our top priority. Exclusive teas shipped to you fresh from the source!

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  • Good gyokuro is aged

    High-Quality Gyokuro is Aged

    High quality gyokuro leaves are (unlike sencha) aged to create a tea renowned for its distinct taste and aroma. This aging blends and mellows the flavenoids and other organic compounds...

    High-Quality Gyokuro is Aged

    High quality gyokuro leaves are (unlike sencha) aged to create a tea renowned for its distinct taste and aroma. This aging blends and mellows the flavenoids and other organic compounds...

  • Which tea is best for you?

    Which tea is best for you?

    The choice is yours. All are fresh, delicious and invigorating! Netto Gyokuro High grade gyokuro from Uji. This tea has a wonderful naturally sweet aroma and a crisp gyokuro taste. Delicious hot...

    Which tea is best for you?

    The choice is yours. All are fresh, delicious and invigorating! Netto Gyokuro High grade gyokuro from Uji. This tea has a wonderful naturally sweet aroma and a crisp gyokuro taste. Delicious hot...

  • How many cups can I prepare from 1 bag/canister of your tea?

    How many cups can I prepare from 1 bag/canister...

    Gyokuro and Sencha  1 bag is usually 100g (3.5 ounces). 1-2 level teaspoons for 120 to 240cc (4 to 8 ounces depending on how strong you like your tea) of...

    How many cups can I prepare from 1 bag/canister...

    Gyokuro and Sencha  1 bag is usually 100g (3.5 ounces). 1-2 level teaspoons for 120 to 240cc (4 to 8 ounces depending on how strong you like your tea) of...

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Green Tea from Japan

Most Japanese teas are made from beautifully handled leaves, and much of their elegance and rich color is due to their style of processing: steaming immediately after harvesting, then air drying. This two-step process does much to preserve the flavor, the fragrance, and the beautiful color of the teas, particularly gyokuro but also sencha, the everyday Japanese green tea.

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Japanese Green Tea Online

Established in February 2000.

Koyodai 1-13-14
Kawanishi, Hyogo
Japan 666-0115

Prices and shipping charges are in US dollars.