Authentic Japanese matcha direct from Japan’s largest family-owned tea manufacturer. Made in batches of only 5 at a time so that you get the freshest matcha possible. Using the first flush, our tea ceremony master carefully selects the perfect leaves for use in this ceremonial grade matcha. We grow, process, and package all of our tea locally, creating the smallest carbon footprint possible. Authentic ceremonial Japanese matcha used by our tea master in authentic tea ceremonies. USDA organic and Rainforest Alliance Certified. All of our teas are grown using IPM farming solutions and have chemical residue tests performed by Eurofins.
How our tea is grown
It’s all in the soil
We are constantly changing and improving our soil. Utilizing organic fertilizers we not only feed the tea plant, but also the local ecosystem.
IPM Farming Methods
IPM (Integrated Pest Management) is a method of farming that uses natures natural predators such as ladybugs to get rid of unwanted pests in our fields.
Smart Agriculture incorporates smart technology into the agricultural industry via driverless AI tractors and out Hurricane King to remove pests naturally.
Farm to Factory to Final Product
We do it all to keep the lowest possible carbon footprint
We know how important it is to keep the planet as clean as possible. Not just for us, but for our children and all the future generations to come. Therefore, we take care of the whole process from our tea fields to our FSSC22000 certified factories. From the planting of new trees all the way through the final packaging and shipment. You can be assured that your tea has been quality checked throughout all stages of the process.
- Artisan Tea Makers
- State of the Art Tea Factory
- Lab Tested in house as well as with third party laboratories for Integrity
- FSSC22000 Food Safety Certification
- Carefully packed into air tight, high grade packaging to prevent oxidation from air and UV light
Grown on the Ōsumi peninsula
The Ōsumi peninsula is located in Kagoshima prefecture which is the fastest-growing tea-producing region in all of Japan. Did you know Kagoshima produces almost 1/3 of all the tea produced in Japan! Kagoshima also accounts for 41% of all JAS certified organic tea fields.