The name of Kyoto Matcha is from the modern Japanese master of Matcha, Matsusaka. It aims to inherit the tea ceremony concept of Matsusaka's “Let Tea Return to the Forest”: Breaking through the tradition and starting from the heart, letting people enter the tea and experience the beauty of the forest. Relaxation of mind and body. An international chain of Matcha desserts dedicated to creating top-quality raw materials.
Kyoto Matcha is a production and promotion of Matcha, which is sourced from the Uji Matcha Supply Factory in Japan. It is not limited to matcha itself but instead turns its attention to the spread of tea culture. Due to the influence of the Japanese-style matcha culture, the Matsusaka Tea House is based on the brand mission of “Let the Tea Return to the Forest”, rooted in the traditional Japanese tea culture and dedicated to the promotion of Matcha culture.
In order to let more people feel the fragrant tea, and the exquisite and elegant matcha tea ceremony, the pine tea house has embarked on a long and difficult road. After shading, steaming, baking, freezing, resuscitation, cutting, screening, rolling and other complicated processes, I walked through several springs, summer and autumn and winter, and the green was finally made into tea.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Got 4 slices of crepe cake! They look beautiful in the take out packaging and arrived in perfect shape. Only tried the peach Oolong cake so far, love it! The crepe and cream are very light, not too sweet and has a heavenly texture! Saving the matcha, earl grey and tiramisu ones for later. Still yet to try the purple potato and chocolate ones, will get them next time I visit Rockville.
— Stacy D.