Entries Tagged as 'Japanese tea'

土曜日, 1月 28th, 2012

Sabou Issyo

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Sabou Issyo

Speaking of Kanazawa’s tea the boucha is famous. Boucha is a tea that is drank on a daily basis in the housing and work place of Kanazawa. Within the teas the Maruhachi made Kaga-boucha has the most soft scent and is a Kanazawa representative tea brand that is cherished and given to the emperor.

At Sabou [...]

木曜日, 5月 26th, 2011

Tea making experience “Inokura tea garden”

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Tea making experience “Inokura tea garden”

Nara prefecture is known for the land of the origin of Japan’s tea.
About an hour drive from the center of Nara city where the Toudaiji and Koufukuji are built, is Tsugigase area famous for its prune also famous for its growing area of Japan tea.

The tea garden that was awarded for being first ranked in [...]

火曜日, 4月 19th, 2011

Ceremony of presenting Uchu jisshoku

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Ceremony of presenting Uchu jisshoku

From wanting to offer a tea ceremony for people in our present-day, a tea-ceremony that is a more casual rather than traditional, Shuntaro Kondou is planning several tea-ceremony events that can be enjoyed by anyone. In 2009, November he labeled this the “Avant-garde tea-ceremony” and has been active since.

And this time, the “Uchu Jisshoku” project [...]

火曜日, 6月 8th, 2010

Chacha no Ma – Omotesando

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Chacha no Ma – Omotesando

Enjoy a cup of carefully brewed genuine Japanese tea with something sweet. Japanese tea brewed at the café “Chacha no Ma”, between Omotesando and Harajuku, is almost overwhelming. The tea which waiter Taki Wata brews can be enjoyed with a meal and sweets, chosen to best match their flavours.