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What Kind of Matcha Do You Want to Buy?

Ceremonial-Grade Matcha
Ceremonial-Grade
Matcha
Culinary-Grade Matcha
Culinary-Grade
Matcha
Matcha Tea Sets
Matcha Tea Sets

Ceremonial-Grade Matcha

Enjoy Premium Uji Matcha from Japan

Enjoy Premium Uji Matcha from Japan

At Sazen Tea, we value the importance of offering only the finest Uji matcha produced exclusively in Japan. The brands we carry are highly acclaimed for their premium quality and rich history. We invite you to experience the health benefits of matcha as well as the spiritual benefits of practicing the time-honored tradition that is the Japanese Tea Ceremony.

At Sazen Tea, we sell only the highest-quality matcha sourced from Japan's renowned tea producers. Our matcha is made to order and delivered to you in the freshest condition direct from Japan.

Best Matcha Brands in Japan

Marukyu-Koyamaen Matcha

Marukyu-Koyamaen Matcha

Revered by Japan's Grand Tea Masters for its exceptional quality, multi-award winning Marukyu-Koyamaen Matcha features a strong fragrance and deep umami paired with a gentle sweetness.

Hekisuien Matcha

Hekisuien Matcha

Certified by Japan's Kyoto Prefecture for its long-standing commitment to the traditional values of Japanese green tea, Hekisuien has become a popular brand among Western tea enthusiasts with its selection of premium ceremonial and culinary matcha offerings.

Hokoen Matcha

Hokoen Matcha

Offering a wide selection, from culinary matcha to the finest quality thick matcha, known as Koicha, Hokoen’s traditional Uji matcha features a well-balanced flavor profile combining umami, sweetness, bitterness, and astringency.

Top 3 Ceremonial Matcha

Matcha Wako by Marukyu-Koyamaen

Matcha Wako by Marukyu-Koyamaen

Buy Matcha Wako

The finest choice for thin matcha available on the market, Marukyu-Koyamaen’s Matcha Wako offers an elegant flavor with a hint of sophisticated bitterness—a popular choice for matcha aficionados in Japan and abroad.

Matcha Daigyoku by Hekisuien

Matcha Daigyoku by Hekisuien

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A bittersweet tea with a soothing floral fragrance and a creamy mouthfeel reminiscent of vanilla, Hekisuien’s Matcha Daigyoku is a wonderful choice for beginning matcha connoisseurs.

Matcha Senju by Hokoen

Matcha Senju by Hokoen

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If you find matcha’s bitterness undesirable, we suggest trying Hokoen’s Matcha Senju. With little bitterness, strong umami and a distinctly sweet fragrance similar to cacao, this matcha will be a most pleasant surprise.

Culinary-Grade Matcha

Culinary-Grade Matcha

Taste the Sazen Tea Difference

All matcha is produced in Kyoto, Japan.

All matcha is made to order.

We offer package sizes that fit your needs.

Add culinary matcha to your ingredient list!

Matcha Macaroons
Matcha Macaroons
Matcha Latte
Matcha Latte
Matcha Cake
Matcha Cake
Matcha Chocolates
Matcha Chocolates

Our culinary-grade matcha is sourced exclusively from well-established Uji matcha producers located in Kyoto, Japan.

We offer a large range of matcha from Deluxe Chiyo no Sakae Matcha, which is perfect for professional kitchens, to our Basic Cooking Matcha, a more affordable matcha created for home chefs.

How to Choose the Right Cooking Matcha

Professional Kitchens

Deluxe Chiyo no Sakae Matcha

Deluxe Chiyo no Sakae Matcha

Deluxe Chiyo no Sakae Matcha offers professional kitchens with the finest-quality, culinary-grade matcha, which is ideal for lattes, chocolates, confections, or any other premium menu item you want to add the aroma and flavor of matcha. The quality of this product is of such high standards that it can also be used for making matcha tea as well.

Our Deluxe Chiyo no Sakae Matcha is highly recommended for café owners and pastry chefs.

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Cooking Matcha

Home Kitchens

Basic Cooking Matcha

Basic Cooking Matcha

Featuring a vibrant green color, our Basic Cooking Matcha is ideal for at-home chefs looking to impart the deep aroma and flavor of matcha into their favorite recipes. Because this product is quite bitter, it pairs particularly well with baked goods such as muffins and cookies, and because of its affordable price, it is an excellent choice for everyday use.

We offer our Basic Cooking Matcha in packages as small as 50 grams for people trying cooking matcha for the first time.

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Cooking Matcha

More Green Tea Products from Sazen Tea

Culinary Hojicha Powder

An ideal addition for professional kitchens, our Culinary Hojicha Powder is a roasted green tea powder produced in Shiga, Japan, that imbues a refreshing roasted-tea flavor and pleasant aroma to baked goods and lattes.

Buy Culinary Hojicha Powder

Quick Matcha Sticks

Unlike other instant matcha sticks that contain 100% freeze-dried tea powder, our Quick Matcha Sticks offer a perfect balance of 50% matcha and 50% green tea, making it extremely easy to enjoy! An essential item for on-the-go tea drinkers, our Quick Matcha is great in bottled water and even on ice cream.

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Matcha Tea Sets for Beginners

What Are the Essential Items for Making Matcha Tea?

What do you need to enjoy your first cup of premium Uji matcha? You might think a costly matcha tea set is necessary, but this is not the case. All you need are four simple items: Matcha, a spoon, a whisk, and a bowl.

Matcha

With its vivid green color, and sweet, umami taste that offers just the right balance of bitterness, Hekisuien’s Matsu no Midori Matcha is the perfect choice for daily use. We highly recommend this thin matcha to beginning enthusiasts.

Chashaku

Made in Kyoto, this matcha spoon is designed for easy use with a special groove known as a “he,” which is not available on standard matcha spoons.

Chasen

This 100-string, handmade bamboo whisk made at a revered studio in Nara prefecture by one of Japan’s premier artists, Kubo Sabun, offers beauty, craftsmanship, and durability.

Matcha Chawan

Mishima Chawan

Known for its distinct linear design, this Mishima Chawan is produced by master craftsmen in Kyoto and is an excellent choice for beginning matcha enthusiasts because of its durable materials and construction.

Hakame Chawan

With its freely decorative design featuring broad strokes of glaze from a traditional straw brush, this popular Hakame Chawan exemplifies the natural beauty of Kyoto’s artisan pottery.

100% made in Japan, our matcha tea sets are designed for beginning tea enthusiasts wishing to enjoy an authentic Japanese tea ceremony at home. Included in each set are the essential tools needed for practicing this centuries-old traditional art form.