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Last Updated: Feb. 26, 2018

About GreenTea Japan

Teacup with  Green Tea, Green Tea Leaves in Corner, and a Japanese Character
Kizuna Standard First Flush
Organic Sencha
GreenTea Japan, owned by Venture Japan Co.,Ltd., was a Japanese tea company with a shop in Iizuka in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. GreenTea Japan exclusively sold Japanese green teas, and these teas were available by mail order through the company's website; shipping was available to 180 countries.

GreenTea Japan mostly sold loose teas, although they also sold a few teabags and instant teas. GreenTea Japan sourced most of its teas directly from local farmers in Fukuoka, so that they could be certain about how and where the tea was produced. The company also sold some teas from Kagoshima Prefecture.

As of 2017 the company was closed. We do not know when the company closed, but their last activity on social media was in January of 2012.

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Picture of Chaka Superior First Flush Sencha

Chaka Superior First Flush Sencha

Style:Sencha
Region:Fukuoka, Japan
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
Picture of Musou Finest Hand Picked Authentic Gyokuro

Musou Finest Hand Picked Authentic Gyokuro

Style:Gyokuro
Region:Fukuoka, Japan
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
Picture of Ten High Grade Hand Picked Authentic Gyokuro

Ten High Grade Hand Picked Authentic Gyokuro

Style:Gyokuro
Region:Fukuoka, Japan
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
Picture of Cha-Otome Finest First Flush Organic Sencha

Cha-Otome Finest First Flush Organic Sencha

Style:Sencha
Region:Kagoshima, Japan
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose

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