Guangzhou is home to the world’s larges tea market. While most of the tea products available locally have a decidedly Chinese bent (as might be expected), Japanese teas and tea wares also enjoy a certain degree of popularity. Matcha is well represented, at prices that are all over the map.
A chashaku of Japanese matcha powder. You do have a chashaku, right?
Mixing matcha with a chasen. Some matcha fanciers allegedly spend hours beating at their drinks with these little bamboo tea whisks. Fun.
These bamboo tea utensils do have attractive styling, although that still doesn’t inspire me to use one for hours on end.
Other powdered teas are available too. This stuff was made from black tea leaves.