The Annual Pilgrimage of IKIGAI-SHU team To Japan has come to an end, and this year it was mostly focused on Japanese tea (nihoncha). Walking through the best tea gardens in Kyoto, Mie, Fukuoka and Nagasaki. Visiting the most renowned kilns, chasen and pottery artists in Shiga, Arita, Takayama and Yokkaichi.
Coming to the oldest and the largest tea tree, which witnessed over 350 years of Japanese tea history located in Ureshino. Having insightful discussions over delicious endless cups of tea with the most admirable Japanese tea professionals, humble farmers, tea sommeliers, and tea enthusiasts. Undoubtedly, Japanese tea is one of the most facinating F&B categories and has a bright future ahead!
Discover the world of authentic Japanese tea with IKIGAI-SHU, through Global Japanese Tea courses, tailor-made tea experiences and masterclasses designed for professionals and consumers.