Ryhan MY

At our d:matcha Kyoto store in Wazuka, we often prepare our sencha for our customers using a Tokoname teapot. I would thus like to share more about this select tea ware.

Did you know that almost 90% of the teapots available for sale in Japan are made in Tokoname?

Ryhan MY
At d:matcha we manage several tea farms in Wazuka Town. Depending on the location of the tea field, the soil and approach towards managing the tea fields differs. Let’s take for example, our tea fields in the Yubune region of Wazuka Town. In this area we have tea fields that both receive a stronger amount of sunlight, and tea fields that are in shadier areas. 
Ryhan MY
Why do the tea fields have a different shade of green? This is a question often asked by customers who come to visit Wazuka Town. If you are viewing the tea fields from a distance, you will realise that even neighbouring tea fields are different. There are several factors that contribute to this and I will explain more below.
Daiki Tanaka

(By Daiki Tanaka, Founder of d:matcha Kyoto)  D:matcha Kyoto has successfully entered its sixth year since and I would like to express my gratitude, while updating you on some of...

Ryhan MY

こんにちは!いつもd:matchaをご利用頂き、ありがとうございます。d:matchaニュースレターチームより畑や新開発の商品、スタッフの近況をご紹介していきます。どうぞ、ご愛読ください。 Update from d:matcha’s tea fields: Two different key methods of pruning the tea fields by Aka.H When you visit Wazuka Town, where we produce tea,...