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Inspired by a love of nature, Ha ceramics offers new ways to connect with and appreciate the natural world. Sebastian Bergne, renowned for making everyday objects special through his essential, human approach to design, takes a creative approach to developing each product, combining intelligent design with humor and a quick wit. The Horizon collection offers a range of tea products for sharing the pleasure of matcha, inspired by the culture, traditions and spirit of Japanese tea. Ha Matcha draws on the spirit of the Japanese tea tradition. In today's Japan, the practice of the way of tea is used as a means of personal development and discipline of mind and body. In other words, matcha goes far beyond the simple preparation and consumption of powdered green tea. It was with this in mind that Ha Matcha's first collection, Horizon, was developed. Integrating tea into your daily life doesn't require a tea ceremony, and it doesn't matter whether you're whipping matcha or brewing loose teas. What matters most is treating yourself, others and the teapot with respect, while being aware of and appreciating the present moment. In Zen philosophy, the expression shaza-kissa is a way of saying: "Come on, sit down and have some tea". One of the enduring charms of tea is that it encourages all kinds of conversation, enabling us to move beyond the preoccupations of everyday life. In a world where society aspires to speed, productivity and rationality, it's good to take the time to enjoy a cup of tea and have a moment to yourself.

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