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Matcha Miyako

Japanese Matcha Tea Set – Four Seasons

Regular price $113.00 CAD
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★★ New arrival! ★★

Our ‘Four Seasons’ Japanese Matcha Tea Set comes with Yugen Matcha and a Kiyomizu-yaki Ceramic Tea Bowl. It is a masterpiece not only in terms of use, but also aesthetically. Premium category.

The set includes the following 4 products: 

1. Kiyomizu-yaki chawan - Four Seasons pattern 
2. Yugen 40gr matcha tea powder
3. Chasen - Bamboo Whisk

4. Chashaku - Bamboo Spoon

The most important information about the genuine Japanese Matcha!

  • One of the healthiest drinks in the world. It reduces stress, increases fat burning, beautifies the skin, strengthens the immune system and lowers cholesterol. A detailed description of the effects you can read it here!
  • 100% natural! Free from any additives, colors or preservatives.
  • It is extremely sensitive to moisture and humidity, so as soon as we have measured our beer, we immediately close the cap. Store in a cool place or in the refrigerator! 

Our products are shipped from Japan, so depending on the country of delivery, you may have to pay customs fees or taxes. Details here 

Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter...

The tea bowl of this set is a piece of Kiyomizu-yaki, which is one of the most popular ceramic brands used by traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony schools. These hand-painted bowls are made in Kyoto and are decorated with the flowers typical of each of the four seasons in Japan. Enjoy your Matcha tea with it, at any time of the year.

The Kiyomizu style

The Kiyomizu style of pottery was born in the city of Kyoto, which has been the center of traditional Japanese gastronomy and the tea ceremony for centuries. The style was named after the famous Kiyomizu buddhist temple (Kiyomizu-dera), as the workshops are located in streets leading up to the temple.

Kiyomizu pottery reflects the restrained elegance of Kyoto, characterized by meticulous hand-painted decorations and multiple-layer glazing and firing techniques. These ceramics are not just utilities, but also representatives of traditional Japanese handicraft (Dentoteki Kogeihin).

"Our Four Seasons Tea Bowl is not just a bowl, but a small piece of traditional Japanese culture."

Matcha Miyako