If you are looking for artisan Japanese green tea, you’re in the right place!

We live in Japan and spend considerable time journeying around the island of Kyushu – the heartbeat of fine tea – meeting with farmers, sipping countless cups of tea and listening to their stories.

Why? So that we can bring you the best green tea on the planet!

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our best-selling teas...


and there are many more teas and tea-ware to choose from...

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and we can now also offer a line of hair-care products, all containing matcha - of course!

KOKUU Japanese Shampoo with Matcha

KOKUU Japanese Shampoo with Matcha

Organic, natural food-based shampoo with matcha

£28.00 GBP

KOKUU Japanese Conditioner

KOKUU Japanese Conditioner

Organic, natural food-based conditioner with matcha

£28.00 GBP

KOKUU Herbal Serum for Hair

KOKUU Herbal Serum for Hair

Organic, wild-herb hair serum with matcha

£33.00 GBP

you can read more about them here 

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A Glimpse Into the Tea Ceremony (Part 3)

To conclude this tea ceremony series ...

A Glimpse Into the Tea Ceremony (Part 2)

What most foreigners experience is a short tea “session” or tea time (chakai). You might hear it called cha-no-yu. The matcha tea is usually made “thin” (usucha) and you get to drink the entire bowl... all three sips!

A Glimpse Into the Tea Ceremony (Part 1)

Sadou, chadou or even cha-no-yu--as it is often called--is the beautiful, meditative, and serene Japanese ritual of ceremonial tea. It’s also a life’s work for those attempting to master it. But one can never master sadou because it is an on-going meditative practice and there is actually nothing to master except the mind itself.

Kyobancha, the Winter Warmer

There’s nothing like the smell of a wood-burning open fire in the dead of winter to make you feel warm and cozy. But if you don’t have a real fireplace, there’s another way to snuggle up!


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