We are proud to announce our first branded OEN sencha green tea made in collaboration with Kyoto based farm d:matcha that's now available to purchase at OEN shop.
Read our new feature on a company currently residing in the famous town of Wazuka called d:matcha, founded by Daiki Tanaka who is producing high quality matcha and sencha in Japan.
Ceramics and tea have always gone hand in hand, so with such strong links I always wanted to incorporate high quality tea in to the shop and we are pleased to announce our first selection.
Inspired by the Japanese aesthetic, artist and creative Ann Symes has been using the ancient method of woodblock printing to create unusual and abstract patterns on paper.
My fascination with the Japanese tea ceremony isn't anything new, I suppose it comes from my general attraction towards the lifestyle and mentality over there. I also quite like the idea of Buddhism and zen, this is also a theme that I tend to see in other designers that I admire, it's sort of weird
A rather enticing selection of vessels at Japanese store Higashiya, who seem to have quite a variety in their online shop. All these different categories of inspiration can sometimes be overwhelming, but it's something that I think both of us here have adapted to. This blog is the perfect place to s