Tea and Tea Utensils U.S.
An online store for matcha tea powder and tea utensils. Also offers books and links to tea instructors. “Matcha and More is committed to providing fresh, premium quality Japanese matcha and high quality utensils for chanoyu, the Japanese Way of Tea. The matcha comes directly from Japan and each utensil has been selected for its value and quality.”
Tea Dogu is a place to explore and shop for tools, implements, tea and sweets used in the Japanese Tea Ceremony. It can also be very useful for anyone having a strong admiration of the Japanese motif.
This store carries a large variety of Japanese Gifts, Antiques Arts, and Tea Ceremony items. The store also carries different type of Tansu and Shoji screens.
Taylor’s gifts and Bonsai
This store has basic tea utensils for sale as well as bonsai, ikebana and incense.
Wagashi Japanese Tea Sweets U. S.
A tea sweets store in New York and London. They offer wagashi, Japanese traditional cakes. You can order online as well. “Japanese traditional cakes are prepared in a variety of ways using three chief ingredients: farina (mainly, rice flour), azuki bean-jam, and sugar. This mixture contains no fat and does wonders in boosting your energy. By adding seasonal fruit and nuts we create our original flavors that best represent each season. We take great pride in delivering our “creative desserts” to the world.”
A Seattle-based confectionery that prepares only freshly made Japanese sweets known as wagashi. These traditional Kyoto-style confections are crafted to reflect the seasonal changes and the beauty of nature in color, shape, and taste. Handmade by Chef Tokara, a selection of wagashi echoing the current season of the year – be it spring, summer, fall, or winter – are offered monthly.
Specializes in fresh, handmade Japanese and Asian-inspired confections for events and wholesale. We strive to indulge all five senses with our locally-made sweets. Available at tea houses, restaurants and shops in the Portland area.
Tea Ceremony Organizations
Other Recommended Links:
Tea Life Audio
Kaiseki Cooking Classes:
Hiroko Sugiyama Culinary Atelier