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Enjoy your Japanese tea with beautiful Japanese tea pots and accessories. Our authentic products from real Japanese craftsmen bring the best out of your tea!

Japanese Teapots

Tea Pots

Browse our selection of Japan's best tea pots made of ceramic, cast iron or other metals in traditional or modern designs.

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Properly store your tea in one of our tea canisters and keep it fresh for a long time.


Find a range of tea cups, bowls and accessories for preparing the perfect Matcha and other Japanese tea specialties.

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  • Asymmetric Modern Style Cast Iron Teapot SHAEN

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    The SHAEN tea pot is a perfect mix of traditional and modern Japan. It is produced using traditional cast iron techniques, but its asymmetric design is very modern. The overall simple shape without any decoration emphasizes the beauty of the asymmetric design of the pot. 

  • Fujiso Banko Ware Sencha Tea Pot

    Starting at: $45.91

    More than a simple piece of ceramic, this tea pot is a wonderful living object that becomes increasingly beautiful with the passage of time. The tea and the natural oil of your hands will allow the pot to become more shiny over the years. Moreover, the special glaze on the inside of the pot has very small cracks, like fine veins, which gradually become more visible and create an interesting pattern that adds to the beauty of the pot.
  • Cherry Bark Tea Container Decorated with Cherry Blossoms

    Starting at: $96.93

    This cherry bark tea container has been decorated with wooden inlays featuring sakura cherry blossoms. It has a cute, traditional Japanese design using the cherry bark crafts typical for Akita prefecture in the North of Japan. Coating tea containers with cherry bark is said to protect the tea inside the container from air and humidity as it is impermeable.
  • Ishikawa Lacquer Container for Tea Leaves

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    This tea container fully hand-made by Ishikawa lacquer, a producer of Odawara lacquer ware is a perfect to stock and preserve tea leaves. With its simple layer of transparent lacquer the grains of the wood are emphasize reveling a natural beauty.

  • Nara Tea Whisk for Matcha Tea with 80 Splines

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    This handmade tea whisk for has 80 splines is a must for preparing traditional matcha tea. It is widely used for the tea ceremony.
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Premium Quality Green Sencha Leavetea "EJIMAEN", 100g

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Ejima's "EJIMAEN" Sencha is a blend of different Sencha teas from Shizuoka. An experienced tea master uses leaves from different locations to compose a tea with a nice balance of sweetness and slight bitterness. 

EJIMAEN means Ejima Garden and this tea is the most popular amongst the teas sold by Ejima.

Genmaicha Tea with Roasted Brown Rice and Roasted Black Beans, 150g

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Genmaicha is a Japanese green tea with roasted and partially popped brown rice. This Genmaicha also includes roasted black beans to strengthen the pleasant nutty flavor of the roasted. The tea has a yellowish color and has a mild flavor. In its beginning Genmaicha was consumed by poor people who used the rice to stretch the expensive tea leaves. Nowadays Genmaicha is very popular and served at any time of the day.

Green Bud Tea "Konacha", 100g

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Konacha - also called bud tea - is a green tea composed of the dust remains from the production of Sencha tea. These small tea parts quickly transfer color and flavor to how water. 

Many Sushi restaurants use a mixture of Konacha and Mecha-tea to make the intense dark green tea that goes so well with Sushi.

ICHIBAN Selection: Green Tea with Yuzu, 8 Teabags

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This is a green tea with Yuzu peel and Matcha powder. It beautifully blends the aroma of green tea and Japanese Yuzu lime.

Intense Ceremony Grade Matcha Green Tea Powder "KASUGA NO MUKASHI", 30g

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The Matcha Kasuga no Mukashi green tea powder from Ejima is of exquisite quality and mostly used by masters of the tea ceremony. It is made from Gyokuro tea leaves grown in Uji, a tea region close to Kyoto famous for the high quality of its Gyokuro and Matcha teas.