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Our 40 previous shipments, since 2015
Shimanto Hōjicha from Kōchi
, it is first of all produced as a traditional green tea, then remade. Hand-harvested on Shikoku (四国) island, this tea has a pleasant roasted scent and a fr...
Sakura Ryokucha from Kawane
Green tea, Shizu-7132 cultivar. Produced in small quantities, this tea earned its name from its taste, similar to that of sakuramochi (桜餅), a dessert made of mochi covered by a ...
Tamaryokucha from Ureshino
Let's head South to the island of Kyūshū (九州) for this organic green tea. Its coiled leaves give it a dark color, sign of high quality. Its taste is very soft, slightly iodized ...
Kabusecha from Suizawa
. As implied by its name, this tea from the prefecture of Mie (三重) is a kind of Sencha (煎茶) grown in the shade for the last two to three weeks...
Obukucha from Uji
It is traditional in Japan to drink this tea for New Year. Literally called
good fortune tea
, it is made out of Genmaicha (玄米茶) from Uji (宇治), and brings together the delicate t...
Hōjicha from Shiga
, it is first of all produced as a traditional green tea, then remade at
in Tōkyō, a shop specialized in Hōjicha since 1914. The tea prepared...
Aracha from Uji
Available only in October and Novembre, this tea is steamed and dried after the tea harvest of May. We do not sort leaves or stalks. It’s literally a
Genmaicha from Kaga
We can say that it's the first flavoured green tea thanks to the addition of brown rice, or
in Japanese. The brown rice add some complexity to tea, giving a fresh an...
Tsukimi Sencha from Kyōto
This tea comes from a plantation located near a shinto shrine. To go there, you must climb 77 steps and go through a torii : it is a mystic place. Tea grows basking in the summe...
Mugicha from Shimane
This beverage very popular in the summer is made from 100% of barley harvested in Izumo. Very rich in minerals and antioxidant, drink it fresh during the hot season , but not on...
from Tsukigase (Nara)