Buy Japanese Tea

Are you interested in buying high-quality and super healthy tea straight from Japan? Whether you’re interested in superior grade matcha and sencha green tea, shiitake, or the lesser-known buckwheat tea, then look no further. We have reviewed and listed some of the best tea you can buy from Japan.

Premium quality matcha green tea powder

This tea ceremony quality matcha green tea powder has been grown in Japan’s largest and most well-known matcha producing region – Nishio, in the beautiful Aichi prefecture. The product ships in a 30g can and comes with clear step-by-step brewing instructions.

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Organic sencha green tea

Sencha is by far the most consumed tea in Japan. The product has been grown in the fertile soil of family farms situated on the foothills of Mount Fuji, where the air is pure and the water unpolluted, fresh, and full of minerals.

The product contains no artificial coloring, GMO, sugar, or preservatives and is, therefore, 100% pure organic. It ships in a 100g package, which provides around 20 – 30 servings.

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Shiitake mushroom tea

Shiitake, which is native to Japan, is one of the most nutritionally dense mushrooms in the world, and the product ships as 10x80g canisters.

How to use: This is not tea but small pieces of seasoned shiitake. Put some in a cup and let it soak for a few minutes in boiling water before drinking.

How to store: For best results, keep the containers at room temperature and away from humidity.

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Buckwheat grain herbal tea

Buckwheat tea is hardly known outside of East Asia. The drink, also known as black Tartary buckwheat and pearl powder hasn’t been grown in Japan, but instead at an altitude of more than 2,000 meters on Mount Daliang in southern China.

This 100% natural buckwheat tea is loved for its pleasant taste and wide range of health benefits as it’s rich in various minerals, amino acids, selenium, antioxidants, and rutin.

The product ships in a 100g vacuum-sealed package.

How to use: Add one teaspoon of buckwheat grain herbal tea to every cup of boiling water and allow it to brew for 3 or 4 minutes.

How to store it: It’s best to keep the tea at low temperatures, so for best results, keep it in the fridge.

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