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Our Green Tea with Matcha Tea Bags (Matcha-Iri-Tea Bags) are a concentrated sencha grown in Kagoshima Prefecture. A combination of loose leaf green tea and powdered sencha (not tea dust), this tea bag comes in the form of a triangular, nylon mesh bag, and will not affect the taste as traditional paper tea bags are known to do. This is an strong green tea, and is especially recommended for iced tea or for use with a larger sushi teacup. For iced tea, we recommend one tea bags per liter/quart. Simply add the tea bags in the water, and refrigerate.
Twenty (20) 5 gram tea bags per package, try some today!15 – Reward points
- $11.10 USD
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From Uji, near Kyoto, Uji Karigane Gyokuro "Asagiri" is a high quality blend of first harvest gyokuro leaf and gyokuro stems. Gyokuro is shade grown before harvesting, giving it a greener color and sweeter taste. While this is a very delicious green tea in it's own right, since brewing gyokuro takes practice to perfect we feel this green tea also makes a very good introduction to gyokuro brewing at an economical price point. The added stems add a tartness to this green tea and the combination of the two make this one very tasty Japanese green tea.
It is prepared in exactly the same way as regular gyokuro, meaning more leaf brewed at a lower temperature for a longer period of time. Use 10 grams per 300ml or less of water. Be sure to pre-heat teapot and teacups and brew at 55-60C (131~140F) for 1.5~2 minutes: How to Brew Gyokuro - Step-by-Step Instructions!
Available in 100gm packages.22 – Reward points
- $16.28 USD
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A very beautiful porcelain hand-made teacup made in Arita, this Japanese ceramic cup is perfect for green tea. Will keep your green tea warmer longer if you are not quite ready to drink it right away.
Measures 8.8 cm wide x 5.8 cm high (3.5 inches wide x 2.3 inches tall), holds about 220 ml to the rim.20 – Reward points
- $14.80 USD
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A very handsome hand-made teacup made in Arita Japan, the white color of this Japanese ceramic cup will help you appreciate the color of your green tea.
Measures 8 cm wide x 5.6 high (3.1 inches wide x 2.2 inches tall).
Holds about 150-160 ml of green tea8 – Reward points
- $5.92 USD
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This small Japanese ceramic teacup is Arita-yaki and is perfect for green tea.
Measures 7.8 cm wide x 5.3 cm high (3 inches wide x 2 inches tall).8 – Reward points
- $5.92 USD
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Arita-yaki Teacup "Kohiki Budō" hand-made teacup made in Arita Japan (Arita-yaki), this beautiful Japanese ceramic cup is perfect for green tea.
Holds approx. 150 ml.
Measures 7.8 cm wide x 5.7 cm high (3.0 inches wide x 2.25 inches tall).12 – Reward points
- $8.88 USD
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Arita-yaki Teacup "Shirogeshō Fukusencha" - Though not a huge teacup by any means, it is rather larger than your average Japanese teacup and copliments the green color of your green tea nicely. Hand-made in Arita Japan (known as "Arita-yaki"). Perfect for a large cup of Japanese green tea.
Holds approx. 300 ml
Measures 10.5 cm wide x 6.5 cm high (4 inches wide x 2.6 inches tall).14 – Reward points
- $10.36 USD
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Handcrafted in Saitama Prefecture Japan, this Shiboridashi green tea set was custom made especially for O-Cha.com with gyokuro brewing in mind. As gyokuro (the most expensive green tea per ounce) should be brewed at a lower temperatures and with a relatively larger amount of loose leaf, the use of this special set is ideal for gyokuro enthusiasts as it allows brewing a small amount of gyokuro leave multiple times.
The teapot measures 10.0 cm wide x 6.5 cm tall, and holds about 180ml / 6 ounces of water (without leaf). Included are two small matching teacups and a matching yuzamashi (water cooler) to help lower water temperature. Specially designed grooves in the interior of the ceramic teapot body eliminate the need for a filter basket.
An extremely nice feature about this teapot set is that all vessels stack within the main teapot for easy storage!
Important! - While this teapot could be used with most larger leaf green teas (light steamed green tea), is not really suitable for deep steamed (fukamushi) or other green teas with very fine leaf particles.
The potter of this item, Kazuhiro Arima, spent many years of his life studying ceramics in Kyoto, Kyushu near Nagasaki, and also spend years in Ishikawa. The craftsmanship of this items is superb and many not-so-obvious fine details went into making this teapot. The clay used for this item originates in Kyoto.
Since each of these items are had crafted, they may very slightly from the shown images - but not by much! If you are a regular gyokuro drinker or have ever considered a foray into gyokuro, you will be hard pressed to find a better teapot for it than our handmade shiboridashi and houhin teapots!
Set includes one shibori-dashi teapot and lid, 2 small matching gyokuro tea cups, and one yuzamashi (water cooler) for controling water temperature.
Shipping Note: Due to the fragile nature, weight, and size of this product, we are required to use a larger non-standard sized box to ship this item. An additional ¥4000 JPY charge for shipping will be added.90 – Reward points
- $66.60 USD
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A very simple, yet elegante hand-made teacup. Made in Arita Japan out of white kaolin clay, the pure white color of this Japanese ceramic cup will help you evaluate any green tea's inherent color and to compare it against other green teas. The teacup itself is rather small, but it is exactly this kind of teacup that one often encounters in tea shops throught Japan.
Measures 7.4 cm wide x 4.2 cm high (2.9 inches wide x 1.65 inches tall).
Holds about close to 70 ml (2.4 oz) when filled to the rim.10 – Reward points
- $7.40 USD
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Handcrafted in Tokoname, Aichi prefecture Japan, this Mogake style Hōhin teapot was made with gyokuro and light steamed asamushi sencha brewing in mind. The teapot was wrapped with seaweed, causing the salt from the seaweed to oxidize with the clay making a unique pattern on the teapot. Since gyokuro should be brewed at a lower temperature and with double the amount of loose leaf (usually the most expensive green teas available), the use of this special set is ideal for gyokuro enthusiasts, allowing multiple infusions from the same gyokuro leaf.
The teapot is intentionally made very small, holding just 135 ml of water. The lid fits the inside of the teapot wall perfectly. There is a very well made and thought out spout and the pour is smooth. This teapot is suitable for any gyokuro or light steamed green tea. You could probably use it with most medium-steamed green teas though you might get some clogging on the ceramic inner spout. Not suitable for deep steamed green tea as the fine, dust-like leaf particles.
About the maker Hakusan Katayama III
Mr. Hakusan was born into a family with a long standing pottery tradition in Tokoname, Aichi prefecture, a region famous for its outstanding pottery, and he studied under his father Tadayoshi's tutelage. He is a member of the Japan Sencha Crafts Association, and the Tokoname Hand-made Teapot Association. Mr Hakusan has won numerous national prizes for his pottery.115 – Reward points
- $85.10 USD
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Handcrafted in Tokoname, Aichi prefecture Japan, this Mogake style yunomi teacup was made with gyokuro and light steamed asamushi sencha brewing in mind. The Japanese cermamic teacup was wrapped with seaweed, causing the salt from the seaweed to oxidize with the clay making a unique pattern on the teapot. This cup matches our Mogake shiboridashi, Mogake Hōhin, and Mogake yuzamashi water cooler perfectly.
The cup is intentionally made very small, holding just about 40 ml of water, perfect for sipping perfectly made expensive gyokuro.
About the maker Hakusan Katayama III
Mr. Hakusan was born into a family with a long standing pottery tradition in Tokoname, Aichi prefecture, a region famous for its outstanding pottery, and he studied under his father Tadayoshi's tutelage. He is a member of the Japan Sencha Crafts Association, and the Tokoname Hand-made Teapot Association. Mr Hakusan has won numerous national prizes for his pottery.30 – Reward points
- $22.20 USD
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Although it might not be an absolutely necessary accessory, use of this nice wooden coaster with your favorite teacup could very well enhance the green tea experience! As with all of our products, made in Japan!9 – Reward points
- $7.03 USD
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