September 16, 2015

Premium Sencha (Tea Bag) - READY FOR ORDER

This item is newly arrive from Japan on 15 Sept 2015. Ready for order, please order online or contact us via email.

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The Origin of Tea

he history of tea is fascinating and offers great insight into the history of our world. Since tea was first discovered in China, it has traveled the world conquering the thirsts of virtually every country on the planet. Tea is the most popular beverage in the world as well as one of the healthiest. If you have ever wondered where tea comes from and how we got to the point where tea is served in virtually every corner of the world, steep a hot cup of tea and explore the history of the simple tea leaf over the centuries!


One legend claims that the discovery of tea occurred in 2737 BC by the Emperor of China.  For several hundred years, people drank tea because of its herbal medicinal qualities.  By the time of the Western Zhou Dynasty, tea was used as a religious offering.  During the Han Dynasty (202 BC – 220 AD), tea plants were quite limited and only royalty and the rich drank tea not only for their health but also for the taste.  As more tea plants were discovered during the Tang Dynasty (618 – 907), tea drinking became more common among lower classes and the Chinese government supported planting of tea plants and even the building of tea shops so everyone could enjoy tea.


Teavana Sencha Loose Leaf Green TeaAlso during the Tang Dynasty, tea spread to Japan by Japanese priests studying in China.  Similar to the Chinese adoption of tea, tea was first consumed by priests and the rich for its medicinal properties.  Tea is often associated with Zen Buddhism in Japan because priests drank tea to stay awake and meditate.  Soon, the Buddhists developed the Japanese Tea Ceremony for sharing tea in a sacred, spiritual manner.  The Emperor of Japan enjoyed tea very much and imported tea seeds from China to be planted in Japan, making tea available to more people.


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Tea finally arrived in England during the 17th century when King Charles II married a Portuguese princess, Catherine of Braganza.  The Queen made tea the drink of royalty and soon tea became a popular import to Britain via the East India Company.  Afternoon teaor tea parties became a common way for aristocratic society to drink tea.  Though tea was regularly imported to Britain, the taxes were so high that smugglers would get and sell tea illegally for those that could not afford it.  In attempts to turn profits during the tea smuggling period, the East India Company began exporting the tea to America.  The American tea was also taxed heavily and contributed to the cause of the Boston Tea Party.    


Want to know more about the history of tea?  Read about thediscovery of tea in China and the detailed accounts of how tea came to England and tea’s arrival to America.  Understand modern day tea drinking and the tea products and teas used today.

April 15, 2014

Buy Green Tea Online in Singapore, Malaysia, Australia and Newzeland

Everyone is shopping with online due to low price compare to retail price. In shopping mall, all the business owner, need to cover the rental, labor cost and capital expenditure. This is not a problem in Online Green Tea store.


For more details, please contact:

March 11, 2014

Buy Japanese Green Tea - Sencha in Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, United States and Australia

The rising of spending in internet online business, become the next megatrend in the World. If anyone look for special discount in Japanese Green Tea, you can quickly find it by google search.

Our Store is expanding rapidly to supply high quality Japanaese Green Tea to our customers.


Green Tea Supplier to Japanese Food Restaurant

In, we offer special price for any restaurant  in Malaysia and Singapore. Please do contact us for more details.


Tel: +60124211808

January 30, 2014

January 28, 2014

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Japanese Green Tea Store in Malaysia


Are you looking for Japanese Green Tea Store/Shop in Malaysia? Here are popular store, which selling premium Japanese Green Tea. 


Nishio Japanese Green Tea

Address : Unit 19-2, The Core, Jalan 3/6B, Taman Sains Selangor 1, 47810 Kota D'sara, Selangor, Malaysia. 

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Products: Selling Japanese Green Tea at Shopping Mall in KL, Penang. 

Online Order : There's no online order at this moment. 

Price : RM70-RM80 for second grade sencha (50g) 


Hojo Shop 

Address : Lot No. T-215, 3rd Floor, Mid Valley City, Lingkaran Syed Putra 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 

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Products : Selling Japanese Green Tea, Teaware, Taiwanese Oolong Tea, Chinese Tea and Indian Tea.

Online Order : Online Order by email them. Accept payment via credit card. 

Price : RM100-RM150 for first grade sencha (75g) ( Managed by PGT Trading ) 

Address : 15, Jalan Sentral 3, Taman Sentral, 13400 Butterworth, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia.

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Products: Selling Japanese Green Tea by online. There're more than 40 types of green tea in this store. 

Pricing Strategy : Half Price of Retail Tea Store for same quality tea. Innovative Online Business, will enable us to maintain low cost (zero rental).


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