Authentic Japanese Ceremonial Grade Matcha

Matcha That's Simply Oishii

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Age-old Japanese Processing Methods

Ujiha matcha is processed using traditional Japanese techniques that have been perfected over centuries. This preserves the integrity of the tea leaves and allows the matcha to retain its unique, nuanced flavor and rich nutrient profile.

Supreme Ceremonial Grade Quality

Ujiha matcha is supreme ceremonial grade, it is of the highest quality. It's meticulously selected from the first harvest of shade-grown tea leaves, ensuring the finest, vibrant green matcha powder that boasts a smooth, mellow flavor and a delightful, lingering sweetness.


Ujiha is committed to your health and our planet's wellbeing. Our matcha range includes 100% organic, free from pesticides, ensuring purity and quality in every sip. By choosing organic, you enjoy a safer, richer matcha experience while supporting environmental sustainability.

traditional Japanese Quality

With Ujiha, you're not just buying any matcha. You're buying matcha sourced directly from the renowned tea gardens of Uji, synonymous with Japan's highest-quality green tea. Our matcha is handpicked and traditionally cultivated as it has been done so for centuries, ensuring an unmatched taste profile that embodies Japanese tea culture's true essence.

Health and Wellness

Consuming Ujiha matcha offers numerous health benefits. It's packed with antioxidants, which reduce stress, boost metabolism, enhances mood, aid in concentration, and so much more. It's a great energy source that doesn't come with the usual jittery effects of caffeine. Incorporating Ujiha matcha into your daily routine can support your journey toward improved health and well-being.

Unforgettable Taste Experience

Above all, Ujiha matcha provides a matcha experience unlike any other. We've sourced and tasted many matcha from Japan and we only settled for the ones that made us say "OISHII DESU!" Our taste criteria is complex flavor profile – sweet, umami with zero to minimal bitterness – makes it a joy to consume.

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Real Matcha Moments

High Quality Matcha

Matcha is my coffee alternative and this one delivers. It is also not bitter compared to the ones I’ve tried before. Which tells me about the high quality of their matcha. Looking forward to my next tin. Wish they had a subscription option that may lower their price? Or a value pack maybe?

~Mich T.

Start Of A Great Matcha Journey

Matcha newbie here but lucky to have found a great start in my matcha journey. I’ve heard matcha tasted like grass, but all I tasted with Ujiha’s ceremonial grade matcha is this savory note that I can’t describe with a hint of sweetness, and this fruity aftertaste. Thank you!

~Yen G.

Cheap But Good!

I’m glad I bought the bamboo whisk! Besides the myriad known benefits of green tea ten-folded by drinking the whole leaf, the meditative process of just whisking away in the morning is a stress relief. Their matcha are cheap, but more importantly, so good!

~Kylie K.

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Showing off my UJIHA Authentic Japanese Ceremonial Grade Matcha.


Super Fine So Good

Ujiha’s Ichi powder is super fine which is so good. Check out how green it looks in the first frame. Flavour profile: umami, slightly sweet. Really good but expensive for daily use.


Premium Ceremonial Grade Matcha Journey: From Farm To You

1. Shade Grown

Leaves are covered for three to four weeks before harvest. Shading increases chlorophyll production, l-theanine, and caffeine.

2. Picked By Hand

Handpicking ensures only the youngest, bursting with vitality, nutrient-dense leaves are harvested.

3. Quickly Steamed

Once harvested, the young leaves get steamed ASAP to prevent oxidation.

4. Multiple Drying

After steaming, the leaves are dried multiple times. This makes grinding into a fine powder and removing stems and veins easier.

5. Veins Removed

The stems and veins can make the matcha more bitter. These are removed for ceremonial grade matcha. After this process, the leaves are now called tencha.

6. Stored Fresh

Tencha leaves are stored in large boxes in a chiller for lasting freshness. Only enough portions are taken out for replenishment.

7. Tea Master Blends

The tea master selects the tencha leaves, ensuring that our matcha’s unique taste and harmonious traits are maintained consistently.

8. Traditional Stone Grinding

Only small batches are selected to be grounded to matcha. Stone mill grinding produces only 30g of matcha in 1 hour. Faster grinding generates heat that could compromise the quality, flavor, and color of the matcha

9. Packed Airtight

Grounded matcha is packed in a vacuum-sealed, airtight container to keep it extra fresh for the long haul.

10. Distributed in Australia

The small batches are sent to Australia for distribution. Stored in a chiller to keep fresh.

11. Orders Packed

We carefully pack your order in a protective box.

12. Sent Via AusPost

Delivery can take 3 to 5 business days for regular post.

Finally Enjoy!

Take pleasure with your fresh premium ceremonial grade matcha made with so matcha love.

Ujiha: A Celebration of Purity, Tradition, and Superior Ceremonial Grade Matcha

At Ujiha, we wholeheartedly embrace the art of matcha. Our journey begins in the renowned tea fields of Uji, Japan, where tradition and craftsmanship converge to create something truly exceptional. We are steadfast in our commitment to purity and quality, ensuring that every spoonful of our organic matcha, which is 100% pesticide-free, is not only a reflection of our rich heritage but also a testament to our deep concern for your health and the health of our planet.

Our matcha is not just certified as safe; it transcends the ordinary, offering a taste and aroma as exquisite as our commitment to sustainability. With Ujiha, every sip becomes a harmonious blend of tradition and quality. Experience the Ujiha difference today and join us in embracing the beauty of pure, premium ceremonial grade organic matcha, all while caring for your well-being and the environment.

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Got Questions? We’ve Got Answers!

  1. What is Ujiha? Ujiha is your premium source for top-quality ceremonial grade A matcha, meticulously sourced from Kyoto, Japan’s esteemed tea fields.
  2. What makes Ujiha matcha special? Ujiha matcha is not your average green tea. It’s ceremonial grade A, meaning it’s the top tier of matcha tea, recognized for its superior quality, vibrant color, and profound umami flavor. Our matcha is meticulously harvested and prepared, adhering to centuries-old techniques to ensure the finest quality in every sip. And the best part? You don’t have to empty your wallet for the real deal.
  3. How do I brew Ujiha matcha? To brew our matcha, simply whisk the powdered tea into hot (not boiling) water. You can adjust the matcha to water ratio depending on your taste preferences. Great starting point is a 70℃ – 90℃ of 80 – 100ml water to 1 – 2 chashaku or 1/2 teaspoon of matcha powder. For detailed instructions, check out our “How much matcha powder to use?” guide.
  4. What are the health benefits of Ujiha matcha? Our matcha is a superfood powerhouse! It’s packed with antioxidants, aids in detoxification, boosts metabolism, and enhances mood and concentration. Plus, it’s a fantastic source of natural, sustained energy. For more info, check out our “Health benefits of matcha” article.
  5. Why grind only small batches? Grinding only what is needed ensures the freshness of the matcha you’ll receive.
  6. Where can I purchase Ujiha matcha? You can purchase our matcha directly from our website. We offer secure online shopping and ship our products within Australia.
  7. Do you really test your matcha for radiation and harmful chemicals? We do and proudly display it on our Certificate Of Analysis page.
  8. Still have more questions? We’re here to help! Please reach out to our dedicated customer service team, and we’d be more than happy to assist.

Remember, with Ujiha, it’s not just about drinking tea—it’s about experiencing a tradition of excellence and wellness in each cup.

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