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April 2016 Tea Tasting Event At Minamoto London

Sample some of the best high quality Japanese teas available in the UK!

Japanese teaVenue: Minamoto Kitchoan 44 Piccadilly, London

Date: 30th April 2016

Time: 14.00– 19.00

Admission: FREE Read more…

March 2016 Tea Tasting Event At Minamoto London

Sample some of the best high quality Japanese teas available in the UK!

Japanese teaVenue: Minamoto Kitchoan 44 Piccadilly, London

Date: 19th March 2016

Time: 14.00– 19.00

Admission: FREE Read more…

Gyokuro – Japanese White Tea Competition Now Closed And The Winners Are…

January 27, 2016 3 comments

12 winners have been randomly selected from a hat!

KYOTO UJI-GYOKURO 100GThanks to everyone who entered the competition to win a packet of Gyokuro – Japanese white tea.

12 winners have been selected.

And the winners are… Read more…

Two July 2015 Tea Tasting Events At Minamoto London

Sample some of the best high quality Japanese teas available in the UK!

Japanese teaVenue: Minamoto Kitchoan 44 Piccadilly, London

Date: 4th & 25th July 2015

Time: 14.00– 18.30

Admission: FREE Read more…

April 2015 Tea Tasting Event At Minamoto London

Sample some of the best high quality Japanese teas available in the UK!

Japanese teaVenue: Minamoto Kitchoan 44 Piccadilly, London

Date: 25th April 2015

Time: 14.00– 18.30

Admission: FREE Read more…

Film Review: Ask This Of Rikyū (Rikyū ni Tazuneyo)

March 22, 2015 1 comment

What was the secret Rikyu took to the grave?

Ask this of Rikyū

‘Ask This of Rikyu’, a film directed by Mitsutoshi Tanaka and distributed by Toei, had its first World Premiere at the 37th Montreal World Film Festival in September 2013 sharing the Best Artistic Contribution Award with ‘Landes’ by François-Xavier Vives. It was nominated for the Japan Academy Prize for Picture of the Year and won the Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction.

The film, based on the novel of the same name by Kenichi Yamamoto which won the Naoki Literary Prize in 2009, stars the renowned Read more…

September 2014 Tea Tasting Event At Minamoto London

September 16, 2014 Leave a comment

Sample some of the best high quality Japanese teas available in the UK!

Japanese teaVenue: Minamoto Kitchoan 44 Piccadilly, London

Date: 20th September 2014

Time: 13.30– 18.30

Admission: FREE Read more…

August 2014 Tea Tasting Event At Minamoto London

August 19, 2014 Leave a comment

Sample some of the best high quality Japanese teas available in the UK!

Japanese teaVenue: Minamoto Kitchoan 44 Piccadilly, London

Date: 23 August 2014

Time: 13.30– 18.30

Admission: FREE Read more…

July 2014 Tea Tasting Event At Minamoto London

Sample some of the best high quality Japanese teas available in the UK!

Japanese teaVenue: Minamoto Kitchoan 44 Piccadilly, London

Date: 19th July 2014

Time: 13.00 – 18.30

Admission: FREE Read more…

June 2014 Tea Tasting Event At Minamoto London

Sample some of the best high quality Japanese teas available in the UK!

Japanese teaVenue: Minamoto Kitchoan 44 Piccadilly, London

Date: 28th June 2014

Time: 13.00 – 18.30

Admission: FREE Read more…

August Japanese Tea Tasting Event At Minamoto London

August 18, 2013 Leave a comment

Sample some of the best high quality Japanese teas available in the UK!

SUMIRE Fukamushi Premium Sencha Organic Eco-farmedVenue: Minamoto Kitchoan 44 Piccadilly, London W1J 0DS

Date: 24 August 2013

Time: 13.00 – 18.30

Admission: FREE

UK Japanese tea supplier/distributor/promotor ES Food Trading, founded by DJ’s good friend Eiko Stains, will be holding a FREE tea tasting event at Read more…

FREE Japanese Tea Tasting Event At Minamoto London

July 16, 2013 21 comments

Sample some of the best high quality Japanese teas available in the UK!

SUMIRE Fukamushi Premium Sencha Organic Eco-farmedVenue: Minamoto Kitchoan 44 Piccadilly, London W1J 0DS

Date: 20 July 2013

Time: 13.00 – 18.00

Admission: FREE

UK Japanese tea supplier/distributor/promotor ES Food Trading, founded by DJ’s good friend Eiko Stains, will be holding a FREE tea tasting event at Read more…

Shodo (Japanese Calligraphy) Master Shoho Teramoto & The Enso Of Zen

May 15, 2012 6 comments

Japanese calligraphy is an art-form that can reveal the depth of enlightenment and the personality of the artist!

Many of us are familiar with Japanese calligraphy.  Although we may not know the meaning of a particular character, its formation is instantly recognisable as being a symbol of the Far East which in itself is just a communication tool.  However, as the calligrapher forms a spiritual union with his/her brush and ink it then becomes known as ‘Shodo’, meaning to express the Read more…

Tests Results For Radioactive Cesium In Shizuoka Prefecture Green Tea

Based on the Shizuoka Tea Research Center analyses!

Diverse Japan has just been informed by Otsuka Tea Co., Ltd about the radiation test results on tea grown in the Shizuoka area (home of Mt. Fuji) undertaken by the Shizuoka Tea Research Center in cooperation with the Shizuoka Prefectural Government. And it’s good news for tea lovers!

Radioactive cesium above the regulatory limit was detected in green tea produced in Shizuoka this year due to the Read more…

Otsuka Green Tea Co., Ltd Announces New Harvest

April 24, 2012 2 comments

Flavour and fragrance with a touch of loving care!

Otsuka Green Tea Co., Ltd in Kakegawa City, Shizuoka has just announced the beginning of a new harvest with fresh tea plucked by hand ready soon.

The company has been cultivating tea since the Edo period and produces some of the finest in Japan, rich in taste and flavour, and has acquired a mass of awards for their Read more…

Wagashi – Edible Works of Art!

April 19, 2011 25 comments

Wagashi (Japanese confectionary) make a wonderful compliment to Japanese tea!

Wagashi are delicious traditional Japanese confectionaries that embody the four seasons and masterfully fashioned by artisans – a skill that has been passed on from generation to generation – to represent various motifs of nature and come in all colours and shapes and are a feast for the eyes as they are for the mouth… Read more…