Kyoto Gion Tsujiri’s highest quality Ceremonial-grade Matcha powder for Tea Ceremony “Chokyu no Shiro” 20g/40g/80g
Kenkyuu no Shiro is adopted for tea ceremony by Kenninji, the oldest zen temple at Gion, Kyoto which is known internationally by Fujin Raijin (The Wind and Thunder Gods) signboards. Tsujiri is also the old tea shop but innovative and popular among young people.
Gion Tsujiri: Established in 1860 at Uji where is the famous place of tea producing region of Kyoto. In 1948, they moved to Gion and has a relationship with Kenniji temple. They have only 3 shops including tea room in Kyoto and 2 shops in Tokyo.
*There are many Tsujiri products at supermarkets in Japan. Please note that they are mass production by big trading company, not Gion Tsujiri.
Usucha (Light) – Ceremonial Level
20g (0.7 oz)
40g (1.4 oz)
80g (2.8 oz)
Instruction of Use:
Put half scoop of tea spoon (2g) into ceramic tea ceremony bowl with hot water and stir well with bamboo whisk (It is better to sift).
*Store in cool place, away from heat and humidity.
All matcha products of Gion Tsujiri have a very shorter expiration date than mass products as they always are superior in quality and fresh.