Art du thé


The tea service

In some countries, such as Japan, tasting tea has been a real art for centuries. The Japanese tea service is an essential element to its tasting. The Japanese tea services offered by Made in Japan are mainly traditional in style. These will delight all people sensitive to Asian culture and decoration. We offer services consisting of matching teapots and cups or just a set of cups. These small cups used to enjoy tea are called yunomi. Made in Japan is part of a qualitative approach to offer Japanese tea services handcrafted by Japanese master craftsmen passionate about the desire to create quality products that will emerge in the heart of Japanese culture.


Japanese tea boxes

Since men discovered tea centuries ago, the tea culture includes tea cans. Green tea, considered precious and refined for the Japanese, is very sensitive to light, heat and humidity. It must be protected to preserve all the flavors of tea. Originally these Japanese tea boxes were made with several layers of wood and cherry bark. Over time Japanese artisans have brought new techniques to the manufacture of Japanese tea boxes to arrive at the type of manufacturing that we know today. The ones we offer on the Made in Japan website are airtight and opaque. They are perfect for preserving tea. These Japanese tea boxes are also a way for artisans to showcase their talent as artists by producing Japanese tea boxes.


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Tea box

Perfect for storing tea, Japanese tea cans coming directly from Japan are equipped with a double lid. The hermetic closure of the lid of these...

Mugs and tea cups

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...


To savor your tea in the purest Japanese tradition, Made in Japan offers traditional Japanese tea services. In order for the tea to be better...


The origin of Japanese cast iron teapots dates back to the 11th-12th centuries. These traditional Japanese teapots have a finely enameled interior...

Japanese teas

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...