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Tea Time

Tea お茶

Matcha, Sencha Genmaicha Hojicha

Japanese green tea is one of the healthiest drinks in the world, and as the interest in keeping healthy rises worldwide so too does the popularity of green tea. From earthy and aromatic matcha green tea powder to refreshing sencha; our online shop has an incredible variety of teabags, loose teas, and ready-to-drink bottled teas available. Learn more about Japanese green tea at 

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Sake 酒類

Sake Shochu Umeshu

Two Types of Noodles

Noodles are one of the staples of the Japanese kitchen. From thick, chewy udon noodles to slippery ramen noodles to earthy buckwheat soba noodles, noodles are enjoyed in all sorts of hot and cold Japanese dishes. To learn more about Japanese noodles, take a look


Soba Udon Somen  Ramen Yakisoba 

Serving Rice


Sushi rice Mochigome Kirimochi

Fantastic range of Japonica rice from different rice-growing regions of the country. Japanese cooking as it is today would be lost without flour and panko breadcrumbs. Japanese flours are can be made from wheat, potato starch, or rice, and are essential for making tempura, okonomiyaki pancakes, karaage chicken, mochi, and other favorite dishes. bite.  and be sure to take a look at 

Koinobori and Kashiwa-mochi

Sweets 和菓子

Mochi Dorayaki Senbei

Like all elements of Japanese popular culture, Japanese confectionery is colorful, fun, and utterly unique. Our Onlineshop has one of the biggest collections of Japanese sweets in Greece, from exciting Japanese candy kits to crunchy pocky sticks. Find out more about Japanese confectionery at 

Miso is a traditional Japanese paste made from fermented soy beans, rice and sometimes barley. Although most popularly used to make famous miso soup, miso paste is also a fantastic marinade for fish and vegetables. White miso is a light, mild tasting miso, red miso rich and intense and medium red awase miso the best of both worlds


Aka Shiro Haccho Saikyo Awase


Japanese seaweed due to its use in sushi, there are many other seaweeds that feature heavily in Japanese cuisines, such as wakame seaweed in miso soup, kombu kelp for making dashi and hijiki seaweed for salads. Japanese seaweed is incredibly healthy and provides a rich source of vitamins and minerals. All types of seaweed can be found.


Nori Wakame Hijiki Kombu


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