Staff’s choice of wakocha (Japanese black tea) and sweets pairing is… Ureshino Black Tea and Yokan 羊羹 (Japanese jelly dessert made from sweet red bean paste, agar, and sugar). Ureshino black tea is not as astringent and can be drank without sugar. How about having...
Shop Here for 2015 Shincha Tea New buds in the tea field is growing faster than expected. We can look forward to harvesting at the end of April. Gyokuro is growing as well in spite of the cold weather in late March. I will be...
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Yuji Kurihara-san says: When the tea harvesting machine leaves for the tea field, it is like seeing off a traveler. When it returns, it feels as if welcoming them back from a trip. From morning to night, its all about tea in our family!
The annual tea picking class with the Yabe Elementary School children at our tea field. They all worked very hard picking at the tea field in such mountainous location.
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Collecting fresh tea leaves before the arrival of typhoon. We are now in the latter half of tea production. Today’s tea buds are look good. We will continue working hard in making flavorful Sayamacha.
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