Summary: The Japanese House Jugetsudo, founded in 1854, is the reference in the art of tea in Japan. It had proposed Paris to discover the spirit of green tea in its shop in stripped decor. In this book, Chihiro Masui talks about the history of Japanese tea and its origins and presents all range of green teas, from more delicate to the most powerful one: Matcha, Sencha, Hojicha, Gyokuro or tea Genmaicha, reveal their secret, to reveal all their specificities. In addition to these refined nectars, you will discover the art of tea tasting, but also to conduct a tea ceremony performed with the rules of the art. The different Japanese teas are presented in refined dishes, authentic Japanese decor. The book also offers many sweet and salt recipes and drink recipes. Author: Chihiro Masui was born in Japan. She left her homeland at the age of four years to follow her parents in New York, London and Paris. After studying philosophy at the Sorbonne, she was both translator and journalist for the Japanese and French press. She has written numerous articles on French chefs (Joel Robuchon, Pierre and Michel Troisgros, Georges Blanc and Frédéric Anton) and published books with different publishers: The Pré Catelan Restaurant (2008), Fish; A Japanese Art (2009), Glénat; Sushi (2010), Gründ.