JAPAN ORIGIN STORIES

JAPAN ORIGIN STORIES

Japan's love affair with green tea is a tale woven deeply into its cultural fabric. In Japan, tea is not just sipped; it's an art, a ceremony, and a conversation starter. It captivates with exceptional quality, shaped by unique terroir, perfect harvest times, and innovative production techniques. Join us on a trip back to the origins and immerse yourself in Japanese green tea culture with our product selection.  Explore our Japan Origin Stories.

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Type

Material

Color

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Kyusu anthraciteKyusu anthracite

Teapot

Kyusu anthracite

Teapot

Side-handled teapot made of porcelain with integrated strainer

£36
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Kyusu whiteKyusu white

Teapot

Kyusu white

Teapot

Side-handled teapot made of porcelain with integrated strainer

£36
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Daikoku N°317Daikoku N°317

Green Tea

Daikoku N°317

Green Tea

A semi-shade green tea from Japan with the freshness of a sencha

From £30 £30
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Shirokuro BowlShirokuro Bowl

Bowl

Shirokuro Bowl

Bowl

A stoneware bowl for tea and matcha with abstract pattern, 250 ml

£33
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KPM LAB tea-setKPM LAB tea-set

Teapot

KPM LAB tea-set

Teapot

An elegant KPM set of biscuit porcelain teapot, mug, and oolong tea

£325
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Yuzu Midori N°328Yuzu Midori N°328

Green Tea

Yuzu Midori N°328

Green Tea

A Japanese green tea blend with Kukicha, Matcha, and yuzu citrus

From £28 £28
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Daily Brewing Set Green

Gift Set

Daily Brewing Set Green

Gift Set

A set of classic Japanese green tea and a mug with an infuser

£30
BACK TO
THE ORIGINS
For two inspiring weeks, we embarked on a journey of discovery through Japan. We traced the paths of our Japanese green teas, uncovering how volcanic soil imparts complex flavors to our DAIKOKU. The last harvest of the year transforms into a real flavor experience in our DAILY TOAST. And shading ensures the best umami taste in our KUMANO.
A STORY OF
FRIENDSHIP
The biggest highlight on our journey was visiting our partners in Japan and their flourishing tea gardens. The close contact to them is incredibly important to us, because only with trust and transparency can we grow together. When you stand at the foot of a volcano overlooking the lush green fields of tea trees and touching the fertile soil with your fingers, you develop a profound appreciation for why Japanese tea is so extraordinarily special.

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