Photos of first flush tea leaves on the tea fields of Shizuoka tea farmer Haruo Ogose

September 23, 2018

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Haruo Ogose, a tea farmer in Shizuoka who cultivates tea without use of fertilizers or pesticides, sent us these photos of his tea fields on April 21st. The first flush tea leaves will be made into sencha green tea, hojicha roasted green tea, and the pre-finished tea (aracha, or tea leaves prior to removal of stems and tea fannings) will also be sold.

2015 first flush tea, shizuoka tea fields, Japan

2015 first flush tea, shizuoka tea fields, Japan

2015 first flush tea, shizuoka tea fields, Japan

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