Yokota Blog: Going into the latter half of tea production

mariko

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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Yokota Blog: Tea factory is like a dry sauna…

mariko

The typhoon has passed and our tea factory has turned into a dry sauna. Doing our best as usual to hear the words “it’s delicious!” from our customers.

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Yokota Blog: Shincha harvesting begins

mariko

Shop Here for 2015 Shincha Tea Although the new tea buds were growing 3 days ahead compared to every year, due to the snowfall on April 8th and the cold weather that followed, shincha harvesting in our greenhouse this year was 5 days later than...

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Yokota Tea Garden on Japanese evening news show News Every

mariko

This news report was about shincha in Sayama and one of the reporters visited Yokota Tea Garden!! おかげさまで素敵なレポートとなりました。渡辺裕太さん、スタッフの皆さん、本当にありがとうございました。 Posted by Yasuhiro Yokota on Thursday, May 7, 2015

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Yokota Blog: How will the shincha taste like?

mariko

Looking forward to how the tea will taste like.

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Yokota Tea Farm’s #tea fields in the typhoon

Ian

Photographed during a lull in the rain, Yokota-san shared with us a few images of his tea fields. No problems up in Saitama as the brunt of the storm hit Western Japan (around the Kobe area).   Heavy winds though aren’t good for these baby tea...

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Yokota Blog: Last harvesting for 2015 first flush tea

mariko

Last harvesting for the first flush tea leaves this season. Working under the beautiful weather.

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