matcha master class

Be the first to waitlist for candice's highly-anticipated
matcha beauty powder launch! 
A specially formulated drink (by Candice K herself!) matcha beauty powder (tastes like a dream!)
+ works like a beauty latte!
Vegan, packed with antioxidants, vitamins + anti-aging magic!
It's a beauty drink you can make in your kitchen each morning, in 30 seconds
+ kick your coffee habit, forever!


Candice Kumai, "the golden girl of wellness" (Elle Magazine), is a professionally trained chef, wellness writer & the author of six books, including "Kintsugi Wellness" (drops April 2018). Candice, raised by a Japanese mother, has been studying matcha as a culinary professional throughout Japan for over a decade. Both her Japanese Grandma and Great Aunt Takuko studied matcha/green tea and shared their love of matcha with Candice since her childhood. Candice's thoughtful  research and matcha studies have brought her to speak on matcha at The Japan Society, NYC, The US Japan Council in Honolulu, The Morikami Museum in Florida and SXSW Austin, Texas. Don't miss your opportunity to learn from the authority on matcha at The Matcha Masterclass.


My Japanese Baachan (Grandma) & Great Auntie Takuko, studied matcha their whole lives. My beautiful Japanese mom, also drank matcha and green tea as a part of our culture. It's no surprise that they all have glowing skin. My Matcha Beauty powder was created in my own kitchen, after 15 years as a professional chef the culinary + wellness industries and as a former model. You may agree, it's been our secret ingredient to a youthful glow, supple skin and a healthy radiant look.


In her highly anticipated new book, KINTSUGI WELLNESS: The Japanese Art of Nourishing Mind, Body, and Spirit wellness writer & photographer Candice Kumai draws upon her Japanese heritage and culture to introduce the next big thing in the lifestyle space: the art of kintsugi.

Kintsugi” 金継ぎ, きんつぎ, refers to reconstructing broken pottery or fabrics by sealing/mending the pieces back together with gold. The result in the end is something that is even more beautiful because of all its imperfections and cracks. Kintsugi is a metaphor to our “broken” lives. The philosophy and practice of kintsugi is not about perfection—it is about healing, becoming whole, and finding the beauty in everything.