Teas of Japan

As we go about our daily lives, the teas we anticipate are being grown, plucked, and processed. I have reached out to my connections across the tea world to collect their reports of how the 2014 Spring Harvest is progressing.

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The Banko-yaki kyusu, Shofu kiln is a thing of beauty to behold and use. Teas of Japan (thes-du-japon.com) offers this teapot made by Yamamoto Hiromi of the Shofu workshop. The Shofu studio was originally the collaboration of three brothers. The teapot was created by the youngest brother, who now focuses on works shown in art […]

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Exclusive Offer: Teas of Japan

by Jason Walker on December 1, 2013

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Sign up for the Walker Tea Review newsletter to receive a special offer from Teas of Japan. Sign up for the newsletter before December 31st.   Teas of Japan is an online boutique specializing in Japanese tea. We are based in Japan and accept orders from around the world. The teas and accessories that we […]

Part of a series on How To Expand Your Tea Education. Becoming informed about tea can be easy and hard at the same time. There are more than enough books about tea. Some would even say there are more books than there is demand. You can find training courses and certification bodies. One of the […]

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Comment: very interesting and unique. Almost a combination of Japanese green and a Darjeeling first flush character. . Origin: Iruma Town, Saitama Prefecture Harvest: May 2012 Ichiban Score: 88 Price (as of post): 100 g = $26.58 Sample provided by Teas of Japan. Get even more in the Member Content. Walker Tea Review- a tea blog […]

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Comment: Futsumushi. Yabukita cultivar. good stuff. . Origin: Yokosawa, Tamakawa area, Aoi ward, Shizuoka Harvest: End of May 2012 Score: 90 Price (as of post): 100g = $34.56 Sample provided by Teas of Japan. Get even more in the Member Content. Walker Tea Review- a tea blog with tea reviews and tea tastings. Want to see […]

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. Comment: imagine the perfection of toasty richness of a Chinese green combined with the sweetness of a fresh Japanese green. . Origin: Takachiho village, Miyazaki Prefecture, Kyushu Japan Harvest: first spring harvest of 2012 Score: 92 Price (as of post): 100 g = $18.61 Sample provided by Teas of Japan. Compare teas with others on […]

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