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Japanese Tea

Some of the best green teas in the world are cultivated in Japan. Known to be high in antioxidants and other beneficial nutrients, traditional Japanese teas impart delicate, clean and mellow flavours that can be enjoyed at any time of the day. Shop our authentic Japanese collection of sencha tea, matcha and gyokuro, all sourced from the breezy Pacific coastal plains of Honshu and available in loose leaf and tea bag formats.


A Tradition of Japanese Teas

All the luxury, high grade Japanese green teas in The Tea Makers of London collection are sourced from an expert tea farmer based in Ise Bay, located in the Mie Prefecture of Japan. We have worked closely with him and his team for many years, taking regular trips to his tea gardens and state-of-the-art production facilities. Our range includes four award-winning teas: Japanese Sencha loose-leaf tea, Supreme Sencha Triune Teabags, Ceremonial Grade Matcha Green Tea Powder and our Genmaicha Triune Teabags. These awards are a testament to the skill, passion and mastery of our Japanese tea colleagues.

Japanese Tea Health Benefits

Sencha and matcha are known to be two of the world’s most nutrient-rich types of green tea, high in beneficial plant compounds called polyphenols, associated with lowered blood pressure and cholesterol. Sencha is also thought to assist with dental health, thanks to its fluoride content, while matcha scores particularly highly in the category of antioxidants called catechins, linked to cancer-fighting properties.

Make Your Own Japanese Tea Ceremony

Want to brew your tea the traditional Japanese way? We have tips to help you serve every kind of Japanese tea as well as all the matcha brewing essentials you need to prepare the perfect cup of green goodness. Alternatively, for those who like to explore Japanese greens often make excellent iced teas.