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Yokota Tea Farm
Sayama City, Saitama, Japan
Unbounded Urban Tea. Cultivation methods are given free reign to enhance the unique flavors of 17 single-origin tea varieties.
Koyama Tea Farm
Ujitawara Town, Kyoto, Japan
Sustainable Tea Farming. Do no harm to people or nature. A sustainable environment keeps tea traditions alive.
Goda Tea Farm
Yame City, Fukuoka, Japan
A Flagship Tea Grown by Umami Obsessives. Unique methods hit upon through trial and error are used to bring out umami.
Gokase Midori Tea Farm
Gokase Twon, Miyazaki, Japan
Native Organic Varieties. Authentic kama-roasted tea for future generations by leveraging nature to its fullest.
How to brew
Basic Knowledge of Tea
Learn about the teaware, the appropriate quantities of tea commonly used in Japan, and the relationship between taste and temperature.
This is a basic guide on how to brew the most orthodox hot tea.
Cold tea is made by pouring water over tea leaves to make tea, and this is called mizudashiin Japanese.