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Ceremonial Grade Matcha

As matcha tea is becoming more and more popular, many more people are starting to drink it in umpteen parts of the world. Matcha tea is graded based on its quality, such as “ceremonial” and “high grade.” The criterion for assessing matcha tea, however, remains unclear. You can not infer the quality of matcha tea from the price. You can not tell whether or not the matcha tea you have bought is fairly priced unless you have any experience of tasting it before.
The kinds of matcha tea we introduce on this website are genuine, rich in history, and are produced by quality-focused Ujicha tea producers: the kinds of matcha tea Japanese consumers buy for their daily use. Drinking these kinds of tea means not only advancement of health but also experiencing time-honored tea culture and its history.

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Matcha Suzukumo

Matcha even with cold water (usucha)

¥2,808 / 40 g
$ 25.40*

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Matcha Awaraku

Matcha even with cold water (usucha)

¥1,836 / 40 g
$ 16.61*

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Matcha Seishin no Shiro

Pleasant usucha (thin tea) for everydays

¥1,296 / 30 g
$ 11.72*

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Matcha Homare no Mukashi

Prize-winning matcha, koicha (thick tea)

¥5,400 / 30 g
$ 48.85*

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Matcha Todō Mukashi

Uji matcha tea (koicha, usucha)

¥3,240 / 30 g
$ 29.31*

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Matcha Ujimukashi

¥1,620 / 30 g
$ 14.65*

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