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- Apr 29, 2017 British Columbia Canada - EMS Only Unfortunately, due to continued delays in delivery to British Columbia Canada, orders from there will be restricted to EMS (Express Mail) starting today...
- Apr 18, 2017 Expanded Social Sign-In/Sign-Up! We have expanded our social login capabilities. You can now sign in with one or any Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, PayPal or LinkedIn account. Link one, multiple, or none to your O-Cha.com account for easy future sign-in and checkout! Guest checkout still accepted, of course!
CUSTOMER FOR LIFE!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I am so Happy to have found O-Cha online, I use to live in Japan for five years back in the 90's, and how I missed that local green tea. Since then I have buying Gyokuro from Teavana, and let me tell you, once I got my Shirakawa Uji tea, talk about night and day difference. I am not sure where Teavana gets there green tea, but from now on I would rather and will get my tea straight from the source. The taste is just phenomenal. O-Cha has a customer for life. Oh and one thing, the shipping had me at a surprise, it was a super fast delivery from Japan, very Happy.
TECUNUMAN GARCIA, Jul 15, 2017
British Columbia Canada - EMS Only
Apr 29, 2017
Unfortunately, due to continued delays in delivery to British Columbia Canada, orders from there will be restricted to EMS (Express Mail) starting today and must be signed for. The price of shipping, unfortunately, will go up.
Know that we take this step very reluctantly but it has been a continuing problem. This does not seem to happen with other areas of Canada, only BC. Orders we took from there in November and December took a whopping 3 months to delivery with no explanation whatsoever. It's still happening with recent orders. We've heard rumors they are searching every package for illegal drugs from China (even though we are in Japan) but frankly, we don't really know the exact reason. All we know is that for whatever reason, customers in British Columbia's parcels are taking much longer to deliver than it does to 3rd world countries, customers get upset at us for the delay even though we have nothing whatsoever to do with it, it causes chargebacks, ill will, and generally speaking, headaches. So for the time being, we have no other option than to force all customers from British Columbia to use EMS only. We realize we will probably lose some of those customers, it is unfortunate, but we are left with few options.