Discover crafts : Tea
From 8.5.2021, we will present a selection of exquisite tea leaves fused with the principles of Chinese medicines from TEA HEALS. A special collection of Tokoname and Arita teaware, known for their craftsmanship and functionality, from HULS GALLERY based in Japan will be showcased and available for purchase.
由TEA HEALS 茶療嚴選的茶葉結合中藥療效，及 HULS GALLERY 帶來自日本愛知縣及佐賀縣別具特色而實用手製茶具，將於5日8日起展出及可供選購。
TEA HEALS 茶療
A good cup of tea, not only should smell good but leaves an unforgettable aroma lingering on your taste buds. There are many varieties of tea, the difference in the place of production and the tea-making technique, therefore even if it belongs to the same type of tea, the aroma, taste, attributes, and effects will be different, making each tea very unique and special. Tea refers to the sprouts or newly-grown leaves of Theaceae plants. Tea was a detoxicating agent in ancient times, while later tea applies in eating and drinking. Depending on different production processes, tea can be categorised into six categories: green tea, black tea, white tea, yellow tea, Oolong tea and black tea.
"TEA HEALS" has been founded since 2020, which aims to procure a variety of high-quality and aromatic tea from a sustainable source. In addition, their expert team shares knowledge about tea and herbal medicine to audience in both traditional and scientific context, enabling them to understand their preferences. The objective is to provide choice for them to achieve “Tea therapy for mind and body" maintaining individuals’ health and balance.
Photos courtesy of TEA HEALS
Special Teaware Collection
by HULS GALLERY
Tokoname ware : Seiji ITO
Seiji ITO is a teapot artist based in Tokoname, Aichi Prefecture. Over the past 40 years, he has continued to make a variety of quality teapots that combines design and functionality. One of his signature designs is “flat teapot” which is characterised by its extremely flat design.
Arita ware : Sinji TERAUCHI
Shinji TERAUCHI is the President and the forth-generation of an Arita ware manufacturer, Riso Porcelain. Inherited traditional Arita styles, he adopts creatively the latest digital technology and makes reference to traditional scraping technique called shinogite. It is a technique that creates ridge lines on the surface creating the tea ware easy to hold in hand.
We take pleasure in inviting you to participate
Discover Tea Workshop (In Chinese only)
4pm - 6pm
S307, 3/F, Block A, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong.
Opening hours: Everyday 1pm - 6pm
Enquiry: 2975 4410
營業時間: 每天 1pm - 6pm
查詢: 2975 4410