We recommend the following sites for more information on the Japanese Way of Tea.

Urasenke Konnichian Web Site - the Official Website of the Urasenke School

Urasenke Chanoyu Center of New York - the Official Website of the NYC Urasenke Branch  - Our local tea group

We recommend the following vendors for items related to the Japanese Tea Ceremony.

HoraidoMatcha and other green teas, as well as tea utensils.  Our #1 House tea.

Asakichi - Tea, utensils, kimonos, incense and much more.

Tea Dogu - Tea and utensils

Rikyu Japanese Tea Mart - Tea utensils and other traditional crafts

Willi Singleton - Woodfired Functional Stoneware

Matcha and More - Tea and utensils

Hibiki-an - Tea and utensils

Matcha Love - Tea

Sugimoto - Organic Matcha

Fukujuen - Tea and utensils

Minatoya - Tea sweets

Koshi - Japanese Incense - Huge selection of incense, including thoses used in the Japanese Tea Ceremony

Narumi Antiques - Japanese Antiques

We recommend the following vendors for plant materials suitable for a Japanese style garden.

Rare Find Nursery - Large selection of unusual hardy plants, rhododendrons, azaleas, native perennials, trees, shrubs, dogwoods, magnolias, conifers, Japanese maples, variegated plants and much more

Camellia Forest Nursery - Camellias and unusual Trees and Shrubs from Asia

Plant Delights Nursery - wide selection of rare and unusual plants from Asia and beyond

Hida Tool and Hardware - Tools and Hardware

We recommend the following cultural landmark in Philadelphia.


Japanese Tea House and Garden