Tea box tinplate and japanese paper on the outside, capacity 200 gr. The boxes of tea keep the tea while protecting other ingredients or simply for decoration. 2 colors available
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Hauteur : 15 cm
Diamètre : 7,5 cm
If Japan is known for its different drinks, tea is probably one of the most shared in the world. Made in Japan offers you a range of Japanese cups and mugs to enjoy your tea or other hot drinks. Discover our Japanese cups and mugs made of porcelain, ceramic or sandstone created thanks to the expertise of the Japanese master craftsmen and offering a wide variety of colors and patterns.
The origin of Japanese cast iron teapots dates back to the 11th-12th centuries. These traditional Japanese teapots have a finely enameled interior to avoid the risk of oxidation. Japanese artisans have chosen cast iron for making traditional Japanese teapots because this material is a good conductor and helps to accumulate and conserve heat for a long time. They keep the tea warm for one to two hours.
Imported from China in the twelfth century, Japanese tea is mainly associated with a fine green tea powder called Matcha tea which is one of the favorite drinks of the Japanese. This tea is mainly tasted during the traditional tea ceremony in Japan. Japanese matcha tea has many virtues. It has been considered for a long time by the Samurai as a medicine. It contains many beneficial elements that allow it to be endowed with important nutritional quality, and thus strengthen the immune system, fight against cholesterol but also to prevent cancer and aging of the skin.