Japanese Tea in Japan and Europe

Japan has been producing tea for over 800 hundred years and in recent years it has grown popular around the world.

What does Japanese tea look like in Japan? Where and how it is sold or served? What about Japanese tea in Europe?

The workshop will explore and compare the Japanese tea culture in Japan and Europe.

Sunday, Oct 25th

5:15-6pm CEST (UTC+2)

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Nomad Tea Festival Europe > Stage

Thanks to Simona, this workshop will be complimentary. 

hosted by

Simona Zavadckyte

Simona Zavadckyte

President, Global Japanese Tea Association

Simona Zavadckyte is the president of the Global Japanese Tea Association and the author of the book called ‘Japanese Tea: A Comprehensive Guide’.

Simona has been working with Japanese tea since 2013 and her personal goal is to make Japanese tea more open and accessible to the world.

Anna Poian

Anna Poian

Co-Founder, Global Japanese Tea Association

Anna Poian is co-founder of  the Global Japanese Tea Association.

She has been actively involved with Japanese tea since 2016 after a 3 months internship at Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms in Japan.
Since then, she has been introducing and promoting Japanese tea around Europe through workshops and events.