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The season of generosity is upon us! At Japan Centre, we’re joining in by offering 10% off ALL our gifts. Hurry though, this amazing offer ends on the 26th of November. Chop chop!
Take a look at some of our stunning Christmas gifts:
Plan ahead for the festive holidays! Here at Japan Centre, we’ve got everything you need for the most glorious Christmas gifts. Bring a flavour of Japan to your presents this year, and let us guide you through our ultimate gift selection.
Ahh, matcha. Arguably one of Japan’s most popular worldwide exports. It is refreshing, aromatic, energising, and so ridiculously good for you that it might be more appropriate to change the well-known quote to “a cup of matcha a day keeps the doctor away”.
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Did you know that March is officially recognised as being the month to enjoy noodles?
There are so many different types of noodles available, but no noodles are more quintessentially Japanese than the humble soba noodle. Made from buckwheat, soba noodles have a great taste, are much more healthy than normal wheat noodles and are perfect for a variety of different Japanese dishes.
There are also a variety of different types of soba noodles and we have two available at Japan Centre which are definitely a step up from the rest and ideal to make noodle month more interesting!
MATCHA GREEN TEA LATTE (HOT OR ICED)
Matcha powder is the one of the most healthy green teas out there because you drink a powdered form of the actual tea leaf, unlike regular green tea which is simply an infusion of the leaves. Matcha goes perfectly with milk thanks to its smooth taste and is delicious hot or cold. It also contains some caffeine, so it will give you an instant pick me up at any time of day.
The same way that British people enjoy different varieties of tea, such as Earl Grey or Darjeeling, Japanese tea also has a huge range of different types, all with subtle differences in taste and aroma.
Although all these different varieties give us a great opportunity to sample all the exotic flavours, it can also make it difficult to choose which type of tea is the best choice for you.
Check out our guide to find out more about all the delicious types of Japanese green tea: