BEST BEFORE: 30.11.2022


 How to brew :

 Sencha 7 - 8g  Waiting time: /40 - 45sec/80℃

Genmaicha or Genmaicha Matcha-iri7 - 8g  Waiting time: 7 - 8g /40-50sec/80℃

Houjicha or Houjicha Karigane7 - 8g Waiting time: 15 - 30sec/Boiling water

 Teabag Gyokuro, Teabag Sencha, or Teabag Genmaicha Matcha-iri 1Bag,1min

 Houjicha Teabag1Bag,Waiting time: 15 - 30sec/80℃

How do you prepare for Matcha?

You can prepare Matcha at your home with simple steps.


Heat the water to about 70°C or 160°F.

Pour half cup of warm water in a bowl to warm it up and put whisk in it to soften. Discard the water afterwards.

Put half teaspoon of Matcha powder and 2 ounces of warm water in a bowl.

Use the bamboo whisk and mix the ingredients.

Begin with slow back, and forth strokes then do vigorously to make froth.

 Promote Uji original tea to the world

  ODAYA organic tea supplier is located in Fushimi City, Kyoto, with a history of more than 200 years.

 For more than 200 years, while preserving tradition and history, we have been committed to making high-quality tea.


Quality of Products


Japanese green tea usually deteriorates when it is transported out of Japan, because of poor quality control procedures. Green tea sold at grocery stores and tea shops is often dry, stale and flavorless -- not at all like the fresh and flavorful green tea you would enjoy in Japan. But our teas are shipped fresh to you directly from our tea farm in Uji, as shown in the chart below.




When you open the packet of ODAYA green tea, you can experience the fresh aroma of the many beautiful green tea farms in Uji, and taste the delicious green tea available at specialty shops and restaurants in Kyoto, without traveling all the way to Japan.


In general, it is extremely difficult to keep Japanese green tea fresh. But, we at ODAYA have very strong quality control standards at every step of the way, from harvesting and processing, to packaging and shipping the tea from our tea farm to your doorstep. These quality control procedures enable us to send our products in the best possible condition to customers all over the world.


We at ODAYA import ultra-fresh tea leaves made within only 14 days by air transport at UJI Tea House every month to ensure the best taste and allow Australian customers to taste truly fresh and high-quality Japanese tea.

 This is almost unimaginable in Australia.

 Our tea is differentiated from mass-produced ordinary tea. There are only 3 teas produced in Japan that can be called high-quality tea, and we are one of the tea houses recognized for high-quality tea.


 After opening the bag, it is recommended to store the tea in an airtight container at room temperature in a cool, dark place away from direct sunlight, and consume in about three weeks. Please refrain from storing the tea in the refrigerator after opening the package, as tea tends to absorb odour from the fridge, which spoils the taste and flavor of the tea.

 For long-term storage, freeze the unopened package and return it to room temperature before opening.



Tea is very delicate and should be stored away from oxygen, strong aroma, high temperature, high humidity, heat and ultraviolet rays.


How is Matcha harvested and processed?

Matcha is grown in the shade for a few weeks, and during harvest, only young and finest leaves are plucked. It is instantly sent to the factory for steaming to stop oxidation in leaves. Tea leaves are steamed for a specific time, dried and rolled, and at this point, it is known as Tencha. Lastly, leaves are put into a stone grinder where they are grounded until fine powder form.