Japanese Green Tea Company will be at Northwest Tea Festival 2018

See you at Northwest Tea Festival
NW Tea Festival 2018
Japanese Green Tea Company will be having a booth at Northwest Tea Festival which will be held in Seattle, WA on September 29-30, 2018.

Northwest Tea Festival will be held at Seattle Center, Exhibition Hall.
  • 10 AM - 6 PM Saturday, September 29th
  • 10 AM - 4 PM Sunday, September 30th

Northwest Tea Festival is the largest tea festival on the West Coast celebrating 11th year. 

This festival was awarded and recognized as the "Best Tea Festival" by World Tea Award in 2018. 

This is the first time Japanese Green Tea Company is having a booth at this Festival.  We had our first-ever expo experience at World Tea Expo in Las Vegas in June 2018. Learning from the experience, we will be offering samples of our best-seller and popular teas which might surprise you. 

We look forward to see you!


Tea continues to make a splash in the US and Seattle invites you into the immersion!

Join us for the 11th Annual Northwest Tea Festival

September 29 & 30, 2018


Seattle, WA (Spring, 2018) – Nationally recognized as a premier U.S. tea festival, and winning the first ever awarded “Best Grassroots Educational Tea Event” at the 2018 World Tea Expo, the Northwest Tea Festival, will again delight long-time tea lovers and new fans of all ages!  This year’s exciting agenda includes over 20 stage presentations, 45 workshops and 25 tea tasting experiences, led by some of the leading tea experts in the country.  The interest and fascination with tea keeps growing and so do we with our bigger venue at Seattle Center, the Exhibition Hall!  Attendees will be immersed in cultural experiences—tasting and learning all about tea, plus have great shopping opportunity with access to local vendors and nationally respected tea vendors.   The festival will be held September 29 & 30, 2018 in the Exhibition Hall at Seattle Center, 305 Harrison Street, Seattle, WA 98109.

The Northwest Tea Festival attracts growers, international importers and tea specialists to teach, offer tastings and deliver varied cultural experiences to an expected 3,000 attendees.   The goal is to provide experiences covering all aspects of tea, from the cultural to the historical and the sensory to the scientific.  Internationally recognized speakers and presenters this year includes: James Norwood Pratt; Jane Pettigrew; Bruce Richardson; Linda Louie; Nigel Melican; Thomas Shu; as well as many others.

Entry to the Northwest Tea Festival is $15 for a two-day pass, and if you’re bringing a friend, you can pay $25 for two, two-day passes.  No worries about bringing a cup for tasting: the ticket price includes a porcelain tasting teacup, reusable shopping bag, lectures, tea tastings and access to many vendors with wonderful teas for sampling—everything you’ll need for a “tea-licious” day!  Select workshops may require additional fees.  Seating for workshops is limited and pre-registration for some workshops and additional program information will be available on the festival’s website, www.nwteafestival.com. Hours for the Tea Festival are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 29 and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 30.

Some of our popular programming includes:

  • Tea Ceremony demonstrations
  • A full line-up of presentations and workshops on tea and related topics
  • Our perennially favorite tea tastings – try familiar teas and discover new favorites!
  • A unique and much loved “tea bar” with tastings throughout the two day Festival
  • Vendors from the Pacific Northwest and across the country showcasing their wares – teas and “tea ware”
  • And new this year we’re featuring workshops on how tea leaves are actually processed to make tea


For more information on the Northwest Tea Festival visit our web site:  www.nwteafestival.com.

Click below link to see what it is like to visit our booth by viewing pictures and videos of our booth at World Tea Expo. 
Steeping Guide