Japan’s favorite pick-me-up
It is served in business meetings, comes hot or cold in bottles and cans in vending machines across the land, and is the perfect accompaniment to sweet treats or the comforting warmth of a kotatsu heated table. Full of goodness and caffeine, green tea is a Japanese institution.
D Tea is traditionally brewed and served in a handcrafted teapot.
It was first brought to Japan from China by Buddhist monks, and the earliest reference to tea drinking in Japan dates to the early 800s. Just over 1,200 years later, green tea is a firm feature in everyday life. It’s ...