With tea, there is always a space
for you to play a role.
With tea, there is always
a space for you
to play a role.
Nurtured and crafted by tea farmers, our teas are born from uncompromising craftsmanship.
All our teas have unique and wonderful flavors, but are still unfinished.
The flavor is transformed by both brewers and drinkers.
You play a role in creating the flavor of the tea.
By adding “I” to wab_sab_ we get “wabi sabi”,
an ancient Japanese philosophy that finds beauty in the incomplete and imperfect.
What will you experience with our tea?
The land and the people come together
to become the tea
Unique teas are born from the climate of each region and the meticulous approach of the farmers.
What’s visible beyond our single-origin tea is the everyday landscape of Japan that one usually does not encounter when visiting traditional tourist spots.
Your tea journey begins here.
The teas sitting on these shelves are waiting to bloom.
Each tea has a unique story and flavor, carefully nurtured and crafted by farmers in their own region.
Your role in this story is to select the right tea for you and to brew it just the way you like.
Our wish is for you to find a tea you love and to embrace that unique encounter. Your tea journey awaits.
How to brew delicious tea
Our teas leave a space for you.
That is why we don’t prescribe a specific way of brewing the tea. Instead,
we like to share how you can enjoy the creative aspects of tea through the basics of brewing.
Basic Knowledge of Tea
Learn about the teaware as well as the appropriate quantities of tea commonly used in Japan, and the relationship between taste and temperature.
Basic Brewing Instructions
Learn the basics of the most common way of brewing hot tea.
How to brew tea in a teapot
Even if you don’t have a kyūsu teapot or yunomi teacup, you can still make tea with a teapot in your home.
How to brew cold tea
for immediate consumption
Learn how to brew cold tea for immediate and delicious enjoyment, instead of waiting for four hours using cold water.
One of the things to enjoy about tea is the utensils.
There are many utensils, and they come in a wide variety of colors and forms.
The basic idea of wab_sab_ is to create tea utensils that “leave a space for you to play a role”
Ryumonji-yaki, or Ryumonji ware, is a ceramic tradition rooted in nature, with a profound story underpinning its basic design.
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