An introduction to JAPANESE TEA

The heart of Japanese conveyed through aromatic taste

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Traditional method of preparing sencha

  • 1.Pour hot water into the teacups to be used (in order to let the hot water cool to optimum temperature, and to measure the amount of water required).
  • 2.Place the tea leaves into the teapot (6 to 10 g for 3 to 5 people).
  • 3.Transfer hot water from the teacups into the teapot, and wait 1 to 2 minutes while the tea brews (optimum temperature: 70 to 90°C).
  • 4.Pour the tea little by little into each teacup in turn (do not fill the teacup in one pour) to ensure the tea’s taste is even.

RYOKUCHA COLUMNFresh, vivid Japanese green tea produced by beautiful nature and masterful techniques

Japanese teas come in many types according to their cultivation methods, picking seasons, and manufacturing processes. As these teas have different benefits, Japanese people have enjoyed drinking them in accordance with different aspects of daily life. Sencha is recommended in the morning as it contains more caffeine and wakes you up, while refreshing genmaicha goes well with meals. Sencha is also great after meals because it prevents bad breath and dental cavities. It is good to have houjicha to relax before going to bed as you can drink it without worrying about caffeine. For afternoon tea, we drink rich matcha, which has a good chemistry with sweet treats. Japanese tea is a drink with great depth and has a wide variety of tastes and aromas that change depending not only on the diverse types of tea leaves used, but also according to where they are produced and how they are brewed. Thank you for taking an interest in gaining a greater knowledge of the health benefits as well as the history of Japanese tea, something that is deeply rooted in Japanese lifestyles and cultures.

How to place an order

Tsukasa Seicha can offer tea leaves as an end product, as well as tea leaves as an ingredient.

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Process from inquiry to delivery

  • 1 Inquiry regarding 1 samples, and an estimate
  • 2 Submission of samples and a rough estimate
  • 3 Confirmation of details
  • 4 Submission of detailed quotation
  • 5 Order placement
  • 6 Shipment
  • 7 Delivery