OK, i have indulged in Tatcha - Camelia Oil, Blotting Papers, Enzyme Powder, Luminous Skin Mist, Eye Cream and Silk Cream. They are all very nice but not Holy Grail products. The best is the enzyme powder but I've found a cheaper option and many brands are doing enzyme powders now. The oil feels luxurious but I think the Shu Uemura oils cleanse just as well, especially the Ultime8. Silk Cream is overpriced for a basic moisturizer. The Skin Mist is wonderful for dry airplane air but the glass bottle is not travel friendly and the cap cracked after one use. I'd purchase the Mist again if it had travel friendly packaging and cost less ($45 is way too much). All Tatcha packaging is lovely and even though I don't like to pay for packaging, it does bring a joy when using the products.
Tatcha is more like a sensory experience - from the personally addressed handwritten note enclosed in the package, the gorgeous bottles and rice paper wrapping, textured boxes enrobed in gold and lavender coloring, the way everything is lined up perfectly when you first open the product to the way the caps close so the ribbons line up just right - so much attention to detail makes you feel like it's a Japanese spa experience.
They do a lot of promotions if you sign up for their email list so that can be a good way to try a few things. I'd buy the enzyme powder again if there was a good promo or GWP.