Matcha Tea

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Discovering The Art Of Matcha

Elegance and refinement are two aspects of the Japanese Tea Ceremony culture that symbiotically lead to the appreciation of beauty in the imperfections of things that surround us. The tea ceremony is a fine art expression of movements and symbolisms that project a sense of calm and tranquillity that some Western visitors have described it as mesmerising.

In Japanese the tea ceremony is called Chanoyu and has become a "Way of Life" in Japan over the last 500 years. Many Japanese people join circles of like minded practitioners to pursue the chanoyu on a weekly basis. Training usually requires about 10 years of one-day-a-week lessons under the guidance of a teacher (sensei). This practice is called CHADO.

Chado literallyLearning how to perform the Japanese Tea Ceremony in our Grand Tea Room is an experience that we dedicate ourselves to making it unforgettable for you, and, will help you better understand our Japanese culture. It may also enrich your lifestyle and perhaps become your "Way of Tea". means "Way of Tea" and is the Japanese practical answer to the Western dialectic branch of philosophy called Ethics. In other words, it is a set of moral principles that govern a person's behaviour and conduct in daily life. It also teaches, emphatically, the art of gestures and movements in the preparation of the matcha tea and the way in which it is served to the guests attending the tea ceremony. This practice becomes also a relaxation technique.

Learning how to perform the Japanese Tea Ceremony in our Grand Tea Room is an experience that we dedicate ourselves to making it unforgettable for you, and, will help you better understand our Japanese culture. It may also enrich your lifestyle and perhaps become your "Way of Tea".

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Production Of Matcha Tea

Elegance and refinement are two aspects of the Japanese Tea Ceremony culture that symbiotically lead to the appreciation of beauty in the imperfections of things that surround us. The tea ceremony is a fine art expression of movements and symbolisms that project a sense of calm and tranquillity that some Western visitors have described it as mesmerising.

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Plant Growing

The production of Matcha is made by carefully growning tea leaves called Tencha that are later ground into a fine powder with an average size of less than 10 micrometers. By way of comparison ordinary wheat flour is ground to an average size of 50 micrometers. Matcha powder is therefore much finer than wheat flour.

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Discovering The Art Of Matcha

Elegance and refinement are two aspects of the Japanese Tea Ceremony culture that symbiotically lead to the appreciation of beauty in the imperfections of things that surround us. The tea ceremony is a fine art expression of movements and symbolisms that project a sense of calm and tranquillity that some Western visitors have described it as mesmerising.

In Japanese the tea ceremony is called Chanoyu and has become a "Way of Life" in Japan over the last 500 years. Many Japanese people join circles of like minded practitioners to pursue the chanoyu on a weekly basis. Training usually requires about 10 years of one-day-a-week lessons under the guidance of a teacher (sensei). This practice is called CHADO.

Chado literally 'Learning how to perform the Japanese Tea Ceremony in our Grand Tea Room' is an experience that we dedicate ourselves to making it unforgettable for you, and, will help you better understand our Japanese culture. It may also enrich your lifestyle and perhaps become your "Way of Tea". means "Way of Tea" and is the Japanese practical answer to the Western dialectic branch of philosophy called Ethics. In other words, it is a set of moral principles that govern a person's behaviour and conduct in daily life. It also teaches, emphatically, the art of gestures and movements in the preparation of the matcha tea and the way in which it is served to the guests attending the tea ceremony. This practice becomes also a relaxation technique.

Learning how to perform the Japanese Tea Ceremony in our Grand Tea Room is an experience that we dedicate ourselves to making it unforgettable for you, and, will help you better understand our Japanese culture. It may also enrich your lifestyle and perhaps become your "Way of Tea".