Japan has proper rules and procedures for everything, and office tea is one of the most complex.
Centuries of Japanese tradition welcomes a contemporary anime character to its ranks.
Bandai is bringing some cuteness to Japanese tea time with these adorable characters from the popular manga and anime series Doraemon.
The culture of tea in Japan goes back one thousand years. Today, we’re going to scratch the surface with this short introduction to the wonders of the Japanese tea ceremony.
Peace Oriental Teahouse offers a serene environment to enjoy some of the best teas from Japan, China, and Taiwan.
Japan is known for its dichotomy of unique tradition and state-of-the-art technology, so tatami mat floors that light up during a traditional tea ceremony should really come as no surprise. Although the photo above might look like an illusion or a Photoshopped image, it’s actually a real tea ceremony room in Yokohama, Japan. The eerie yet peaceful glow is thanks to a company that uses LED lighting to illuminate traditional Japanese flooring. And the results are absolutely stunning.