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[2022.12.05]
New Release of Tsuge Zairai Sencha from Sustainable Tea Garden

Tsuge Zairai Sencha 都祁在来煎茶 is made from “zairai” tea plucked in spring, from the naturally farmed tea garden located in Tsuge, Nara City, Nara Prefecture. The tea garden of Tsuge Zairai Sencha is maintained in sustainable manner applying neither pesticide nor fertilizer. Tsuge Zairai Sencha has a subtle and refreshing floral scent with a hint …

[2019.01.10]
Tsukigase Sencha Processed with Long Withering

We made an interesting green tea with Tsukigase’s spring tea. It is sencha, and we conducted long withering process to enhance its flavour. As a result, it gives a gentle floral scent that reminds me of Taiwan’s lightly fermented oolong tea. After producing tea in spring, in order to further enhance its flavour, we kept …

[2017.10.02]
New Release of Tsukigase Asamomi Sencha 2017

We just released Tsukigase Asamomi Sencha as one of our latest Japanese tea lineups. This tea is produced from the complete natural farming garden which no nitrogen fertilizer and no pesticide is used. In Japanese, Asamomi means light rolling. Thanks to the light rolling, this tea can be brewed more times than ordinary Japanese green …

[2017.06.16]
2017 Spring Tea from Tsukigase in Nara

I have visited Tsukigase in Nara to survey the progress of spring tea and their production. It was just in the mid of tea season. I met with our tea manufacturer and we exchanged a lot of innovative ideas regarding tea processing, and I inspected the outcome of the experimented teas. This year we are …

[2017.03.31]
The New Release of Tsukigase Asamomi Sencha

Most of the Japanese green teas have undergone intensive rolling process to make it into needle shape, and in general it becomes one of the key characteristics of Japanese green tea. We developed a Japanese green tea that undergone very light rolling. We named it as Tsukigase Asamomi Sencha. In Japanese, “Asamomi” means light rolling. …

[2016.02.11]
Development of lightly rolled Japanese green tea

Japanese green tea is less lasting in brewing Many people may find that the taste and flavor of Japanese green tea do not last over many infusions. The first infusion is strong and flavorful, but on third or even the second infusion, most of Japanese green tea tastes light and plain. Regardless of the brewing …

[2015.05.26]
Do you prefer tea leaf to be rolled tighter or softer?

In making teas, most of the teas will undergo rolling process, except some white tea and green tea. The rolling means rubbing or crumpling the tealeaf. Some tea manufacturers use machine to roll the tealeaf, while some people use their hands to roll. I would like to explain the purpose of rolling, and how the …

[2015.02.24]
Why do you brew green tea at lower temperature?

Talking about brewing Japanese green tea, many people generally has accepted that it should be brewed at lower temperature as it was always emphasized in most of the internet media and books regarding tea topics, many resources explain that sencha has to be brewed at 70-80 degree C. Nevertheless, I personally prefer to use boiling …

[2015.01.17]
Rich body and aftertaste, Uji Sencha Fukamushi

We quietly released Uji Sencha Fukamushi last year. Uji Sencha Fukamushi is not an ordinary Fukamushi sencha. Collaboration between Sencha and Fukamushi Sencha In Japanese, the “fukamushi” means deeply steamed. Fukamushi sencha is produced following the standard process in making a sencha, but a longer steaming process is conducted compared to ordinary sencha. The sencha …

asamiya sencha
[2014.12.23]
Asamiya Sencha, the rare Japanese green tea that gives full body

Asamiya sencha (朝宮煎茶) is from Shigaraki, Koga city in Shiga prefecture.  Asamiya is the district that belongs to Shigaraki town.The taste of Asamiya sencha is very rich, full body and it gives lingering sweetness on our palate. In fact, full-body character is extremely rare for Japanese green tea. Asamiya is gifted place with special clay …

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Anxi, located in Fujian province, China, is celebrated for its Tie Guan Yin tea. However, the Traditional Anxi Oolong from this region boasts a unique fruity aroma, distinguishing it from Tie Guan Yin. Anxi: A Renowned Hub for Oolong Tea Production in China Fujian Province, renowned for its rich tea heritage, boasts several prominent tea-producing …

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