The spirit of the tea beverage is one of peace, comfort and refinement. ~ Arthur Gray

Japanese Tea Ceremony - so beautiful and a true art form done properly. January is National Hot Tea Month

Green Tea Cheesecake with Raspberries and Raspberry-Mint Tisane Recipe  at Epicurious.com

Green Tea Cheesecake with Raspberries and Raspberry-Mint Tisane

Green Tea Cheesecake With Raspberries And Raspberry-Mint Tisane recipe from Bon Appetit. Ingredients: 1 cup (generous) ground shortbread cookies (about 6 ounces), 2 packages cream cheese, room temperature (do not u.

Japanese sweets and tea.

Japanese sweets are great for tea parties - delicate, detailed and always lovely. Find a local Japanese market.

Daifuku (meaning “good luck” in Japanese) is handmade using Japanese flour. Apparently, it takes the chefs around four hours to make a batch of forty pieces, available in four flavours — strawberry, matcha (green tea), mango and durian.

Daifuku (meaning “good luck” in Japanese) strawberry, matcha (green tea), mango and durian.

Japanese Sweets for Celebration (Steamed buns with bean paste fillings and salted cherry blossoms) 桜上用饅頭

Japanese Sweets for Celebration (Steamed buns with bean paste fillings and salted cherry blossoms) 桜上用饅頭

Soft Japanese confectionery, Gyuhi, made with rice flour (somewhat similar to Turkish delight) from Kyoto, Japan

Soft Japanese confectionery, Gyuhi, made with rice flour (somewhat similar to Turkish delight) from Kyoto, Japan by Nina Maltese

Japanese sweets -sakuramochi- served especially in cherry blossom season :-)

A childhood favorite! Japanese sweets -sakuramochi- served especially in cherry blossom season :-)

Azuki and matcha yokan. So elegant, love the molded shapes.

Azuki and Matcha Yokan. An elegant snack flavored with matcha and sweet azuki beans.

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