The Story of Japanese Tea: a broad outline of its cultivation, manufacturing, history and cultural values

by Tyas Sōsen (Author)

The only in-depth book on Japanese tea, its manufacturing, and culture!
Includes case studies and true stories from active tea manufacturers in Japan.

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The Story of Japanese Tea

a broad outline of its cultivation, manufacturing, history and cultural values

by Tyas Sōsen (Author)

14 ratings on Amazon
5/5

The material for this book has accumulated over twelve years of active practice in Japan’s rite of tea of which the author has received full instructorship; two years of full-time employment at a traditional tea vendor in the heart of Uji, during which he studied for and passed the examination of the Nihoncha Instructor Association and received certification as accredited instructor; regular meetings with, and tea farm visits at the properties of skilled artisan tea manufacturers, encounters that have provided much insight in subjects as the struggles of tea farmers, the reality behind the manufacturing of tea, and the workings of the industry as a whole.

In addition, for the past four years, the author has devoted his life to discovering the essence of tea through curating a special selection of tea, repeatedly talking to and interviewing tea manufacturers, gathering insider information about the industry, etc. in order to truthfully and openly make this information available internationally.

The discoveries made, and the information gathered during such interactions is what constitutes the foundation for the material presented in this book, and it is with the wish to objectively portray what Japanese tea at its core and in essence is that this book has been brought to life.

Product details

  • Paperback: 217 pages
  • Publisher: Independently published (November 5, 2019)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1704715679
  • ISBN-13: 978-1704715674
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.8 ounces

Book reviews

TeaBookClub | The Story of Japanese Tea | ‘5’ minute reading

by Kyle Whittington

TeaBookClub | The Story of Japanese Tea by Tyas Sōsen | 5 minute reading part 2

by Kyle Whittington

I’ve been wanting to read this since it came out and got it for Christmas so immediately it jumped to the top on my TeaBookClub reading list! And wow! I sat dow. To do my the first weekly 5 minute reading from it (a new thing I do on YouTube each week now; search ‘TeaBookClub’) and ended up reading for 20 minutes! The introduction just blew me away! I had to keep reading! I am so excited to get stuck into this book

TeaBookClub | The Story of Japanese Tea by Tyas Sōsen | 5 minute reading part 3

by Kyle Whittington

Listen to the podcast interview with Tyas Sosen, hosted by Ricardo Caicedo.

My Japanese Green Tea:
Podcast 042: Tyas Sosen Talks About his Latest Book.

[https://www.myjapanesegreentea.com/podcast-042-tyas-sosen-talks-about-his-latest-book]

I liked that some of the content can't be found easily somewhere else. For example the processing of Japanese oolong and black tea. The content may not be for beginners in Japanese tea, but overall this is a good tea book.
5/5

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