The Tea of Miyazakien

Sencha

What is Sencha Sencha is a typical Japanese tea, a kind of green tea. It is the most consumed in Japan and has long been rooted in the Japanese society as a customer’s hospitality tool as a drink and beverage that heals thirst as a meal or after-meal drink. Variety of Sencha Sencha has senior tea which rich in umami ingredients (amino acids) and ordinary infusa tea which contains a lot of astringent ingredients (catechin) instead of less umami (amino acids) than luxury infant tea. Luxury infant tea is born in the steaming process longer than normal time. Kabuse tea is using tea leaves grown by darkening about 10 days … Continue reading "Sencha"

Gyokuro

What is Gyokuro? “Gyokuro” is defined by Japan Tea Central Public Interest IncorporatedAssociation as , from the time when the first tea sprout started to grow, tea trees are covered for about 20 days with shelves made with straw, cotton, plastic etc. And the tea leaves should be plucked in almost completely sun light blocked field, and be processed like Sencha. Tea leaves of Gyokuro have almost the same appearance as Sencha tea, but trees are covered for a longer period of time to prevent sun light, and usually picked up by hand. By suppressing photosynthesis by blocking light, suppressing the increase of catechin which becomes a source of astringency, … Continue reading "Gyokuro"
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wakocha (Japanese black tea) and Fullmoon tea

Wakocha is a Japanese black tea that Miyazakien made. The word “wa” means Japan, peace, circle, etc. and “kocha” means black tea. Unlike overseas tea, it has little astringency and bitterness, it features a distinctive flavour and sweet aftertaste. It is a taste to match not only with confectionery but also Japanese sweets and Japanese dishes. At Miyazakien, we cultivated the traditional varieties “Hongu” picked up at Mt. Hongu. For Mikawa wakocha, we only use leaves of  “Hongu” tea tree which have been over 150 years old and carefully made all the steps by hand. Mikawa Wakocha   Mikawa is a district name where Miyazakien is located. Mikawa wakocha is made from … Continue reading "wakocha (Japanese black tea) and Fullmoon tea"

Matcha

Matcha of Miyazakien uses our organic tea leaves which are harvested carefully in the tea field of self-garden which shielded by screens to make leaves lightly matured as preventing the light of the sun. So our matcha features a rich flavour and a mellow taste. In addition to the products for general sales introduced here, we have some other Matcha for Tea ceremony, for processing such as bakery etc. according to your request. Matcha rikyu Matcha Hongu Matcha mikawa 保存保存 保存保存 保存保存 保存保存 You can read this post in the following languages: 日本語 (Japanese) English 繁體中文 (Chinese (Traditional))

Hojicha, roasted tea

Hojicha of Miyazakien Hojicha, the roasted tea, at the Miyakozakien uses only the best tea cultivated in Miyazakien’s tea garden and processed to extract its fragrance and umami with its own roasting method. Also, in recent years, it is getting popular abroad as named Miyazakien Roasted Tea. nukata ichiban hojicha Fine roasted tea, only first flush tea in Miyazakien tea garden is used. Leafs are fully exposed to the sun’s light so it is a gem of attention that condensed the maximum flavour and umami with its own roasting method. It is rich in fragrant smell and is good for refreshing yourself. Because there is little caffeine, you can drink … Continue reading "Hojicha, roasted tea"

Where to buy

Regarding handling stores, please refer to “buy it, enjoy it“.

How to prepare delicious tea

Please refer to “How to arrange delicious tea of Miyazakien“.

Related products

At Miyazakion, we sell products for business use, home use, gifts etc. Also, from spring to autumn, we sell tea soft cream etc.

Others, restaurants, cafés, etc. in the suburbs provide products / menus using tea of Miyazakien. For details, please refer to “Friend products / services (latest information)“.

 

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