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Enshuryu Endorsed Marukyu Koyamaen Matcha

The founder of the Enshu school, Lord Kobori Enshu(1579-1647), was a feudal lord, tea master, architect, and garden designer of the early 17th century. Enshu learned sado from his youth under Furuta Oribe, who was considered the greatest tea master after Rikyu. Enshu served as an instructor of sado for Tokugawa Shogunate, feudal lords, and court nobles. He originated a new style of tea ceremony called “kirei sabi.” The style is a mixture of the gracefulness of the 17th century feudal period with the spirit of aesthetic simplicity (called wabi-sabi) established by Rikyu.

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Matcha Kiyo no Mori

Powdered green tea favoured by Koshin Sokei, the 12th generation grand tea master of Enshuryu

  • ¥4,752 / 100 g BAG
  • ¥4,860 / 100 g CAN
  • ¥1,080 / 20 g CAN
  • ¥9,612 / 200 g CAN
  • ¥2,052 / 40 g CAN
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approx. $ 10.09*
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CM Enshuryu
Matcha Asuka no Shiro

Powdered green tea favoured by Koshin Sokei, the 12th generation grand tea master of Enshuryu

  • ¥7,668 / 100 g BAG
  • ¥7,776 / 100 g CAN
  • ¥1,674 / 20 g CAN
  • ¥15,228 / 200 g CAN
  • ¥3,240 / 40 g CAN
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approx. $ 15.63*
CM Enshuryu
Matcha Hatsu no Mori

Powdered green tea favoured by Kobori Sojitsu, the 13th generation grand tea master of Enshuryu

  • ¥4,752 / 100 g BAG
  • ¥4,860 / 100 g CAN
  • ¥1,080 / 20 g CAN
  • ¥9,612 / 200 g CAN
  • ¥2,052 / 40 g CAN
Add to cart
approx. $ 10.09*
CM Enshuryu
Matcha Ichigen no Shiro

Powdered green tea favoured by Kobori Sojitsu, the 13th generation grand tea master of Enshuryu

  • ¥7,668 / 100 g BAG
  • ¥7,776 / 100 g CAN
  • ¥1,674 / 20 g CAN
  • ¥15,228 / 200 g CAN
  • ¥3,240 / 40 g CAN
Add to cart
approx. $ 15.63*