Kamairicha (literally pan-fired tea) is a type of tea that is made by skipping the steaming process and freshly picked leaves are roasted and rolled, a method introduced from China in 15-16th century. Oolong tea and many other Chinese teas are processed in this way. Ureshino in Saga Prefecture is said to be the first region in which this kamairi method was introduced and therefore is often produced in Kyushu.
- Name: Ureshino Kamairicha
- Ingredients: Green tea
- Harvest: Spring
- Region: Ureshino of Saga Prefecture
- Notes: pan-fired instead of steamed
- Name: Chakouan (Yamaguchi Seichaen Co., Ltd.)
- Type: Tea Shop
- Established: 1971
- Location: 45 Hasuikecho, Imari-shi, Saga 848-0042, JAPAN
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