We provide a wide variety of the finest teas
from a number of producers to meet our customers' needs.
Raw Tea Leaf Supplier
We supply the best tea leaves for your needs from a wide variety of the finest teas from hundreds of producers all over Japan. We cater to both small lots and mass production, so please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.
We assist customers in creating their own unique products, supplying items for original specifications and blends. With our years of experience and strict quality management, we can satisfy all of the customers’ OEM requirements – including delivery – strictly and promptly.
We Provide the Best Quality of Each Variety for Our Customers
Japanese tea can be broadly divided into nine categories, but actually there are a great many more if subtle variations of the teas in each category are taken into account. Most Japanese teas are steamed. This halts oxidization of the leaves and preserves freshness. This process is not common in other countries. Due to the unique management technique of our growers, our teas have what the Japanese call UMAMI. UMAMI is the 5th taste besides the four basic tastes of sweetness, saltiness, bitterness and acidity. We carefully manage the quality of each tea as the taste, flavor and color varies depending on the variety of tea, the length of the steaming period, and the tea farm’s management process.
The delicate leaf buds are deeply steamed, creating a mellow taste without astringency.
Slowly grown in misty mountain valleys, these tea leaves are steamed for a short time and have a mild flavor.
This tea is rich and full-bodied. It has been covered to block direct sunlight for weeks before harvesting to lock in flavor, sweetness and UMAMI.
This tea is made from fanning’s which are smaller particles of tea leaves, giving it an unadulterated taste with very mild astringency.
This tea is made using only the pliant stems of the new tea leaves, giving it a bolder aroma, sweetness and flavor.
This tea is roasted at a high temperature and is known for its aroma. It has little caffeine and leaves a lingering, slightly sweet aftertaste.
This tea contains only stems, which are roasted at high temperatures, giving it a strong aroma with low levels of tannin and caffeine and very little astringency or bitterness.
Bancha and Sencha are blended with roasted rice to make an aromatic tea with a mellow taste and bright gold infusion color.
Light gold in color with a clear taste and an aroma that fills the room when its poured.
A blend of cherry blossoms and Sencha with no artificial flavors, it’s known for its gentle aroma of cherry blossoms.
A blend of yuzu and stem tea, it gives off the fruity aroma of Japanese yuzu citrus and has a slightly milky taste.
Shaded from direct sunlight for weeks before picking to lock in UMAMI flavor before being finely ground.