Japanese Tea Intermediate Course

By now you probably have a strong interest in Japanese tea and would like to deepen it. The Japanese Tea Intermediate Course may be just what you are looking for!

Held in various locations around the world and provided in local languages the tea course aims to help you understand Japanese tea more deeply and look at it from different perspectives.

A one-day tea course covers a wide variety of topics including Japanese tea industry, tea regions in Japan, as well as cultivars used for tea. You will also be able to understand Japanese tea culture more and will have a chance to brush up your brewing skills with several lesser known Japanese teas such as Kabuse Sencha, Tamaryokucha, Wakoucha and more.

Participation in this tea course will help you gain a broader understanding of Japanese tea that may come useful for your future tea projects. Let’s Let’s explore the depth of Japanese tea together!


Course Content

  • Japanese Tea Industry
  • Japanese Tea Regions
  • Japanese Tea Cultivars
  • Japanese Tea Culture
  • Japanese Tea Brewing:
    • Kabuse Sencha
    • Tamaryokucha
    • Wakoucha



Course Duration & Dates

The course takes 1 day and is held between 10:00-18:00 (including a lunch break). For available dates please check each location.


Group Size

To ensure personable learning and attentive delivery of the tea course is normally available up to 12 people.


Course Language

The courses are held in English or the local language of each location. For details please check each location.

Course Fee

Check the course locations. The fee covers course content and study materials. Participants will also be provided a certificate upon a successful completion of the course.


Cancellation Policy

More than 2 weeks prior to the course start date: full refund (excluding transaction fees)
Less than 2 weeks but more than 1 weeks prior to the course start date: 50% refund
Less than 1 week prior to the course start date: no refund


Course Location

Course locations will be announced soon.


If you have any questions please contact us at info@gjtea.org