Maikotea Malaysia

21 -1 Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar. 59100 Kuala Lumpur - view on map
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Greeting Maiko no Cha Hanpo (MaikoTea Japan) adopted its current name and sales strategy in 1970 as part of our goal to expand access to the delicious tea produced by Fugenji, involved in processing tea for several generations. Our company’s motto, “Tea invites harmony and blessings,” is reflected in the work and dealings of farmers and staff alike at MaikoTea. In our pursuit to produce quality green tea, we complement each other like members of an extended family. The hospitality of serving tea surely makes any person feel relaxed, and reveals a deep element of our nature and reality. The word harmony includes three important meanings: being gentle, friends, and authentically Japanese. Some decades ago, during a time of personal struggles, I was pondering about my future and noticed the words “Tea ? one way” on a scroll. It was by the impact of these words that I decided to continue the family tea business without further hesitation. Our tea company, which has been committed to Japanese green tea as the “one way,” is pleased, and appreciates the fact, that we can bring happiness and harmony to others through the cultivation, manufacturing, and sale of tea. Genuine Japanese green tea is becoming increasingly demanded around the world, and the happiness we get in return continues to remind us of the motto we adopted at the time of our founding? Tea invites harmony and blessings! "Tea Only" This phrase encapsulates MaikoTea and reflects the philosophy of our founder Mr. Koetsu Tamiya. Our dedicated focus on green tea allows us to excel in our craft and create quality products. In Japan’s Minister of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries’ national tea competition (1970), our tea master Toshikazu Yamashita received the highest national award in the category of Gyokuro green tea for the second time. This is when our former trademark of Fugenji Tea Manufacturers was changed to MaikoTea, a name more closely related to the culture and history of our prefecture, and beloved by the people of the Kyoto region.