Reviews

Reviews of Japanese teas from Teas of Japan online shop.

– Hon.yama, Yokosawa

Shizuoka mountain traditionnal steamed sencha by Mr. Tsukiji.

– Hiruma Yoshiaki Bihakkô-cha: Sayama-kaori & Hokumei

Incredible sencha by Hiruma-san. Flowery scent reminding high mountain wulong from Taiwain.

Fuji Akiyama, Inzatsu 131, handpicked

A tea by Akiyama Katsuhide. This Inzatsu 131 cultivar has a poisoning flower scent.

Hon.yama, sencha from Tawaramine, Shizu7132 cultivar

A mountain tea from Hon.yama – Tawaramine, Shizu7132 cultivar is reknown for its incredible cherry blossom taste.

– Sencha from Miyazaki 3 : excellence, Oku-midori

Splendid leaves for this fine standard steam (asa/futsu mushi) sencha from Miyakonojô in Miyazaki

– Sencha from Miyazaki 2 : bliss, Oku-yutaka

– Hon.yama, Tôbettô

A tea of exception that grown at 800 meters. A wonderful mountain sencha from Hon.yama (Shizuoka), as close as possible to the fresh tea leaves.

– Two kama-iri cha from Miyazaki

This two kama-iri cha from Gokase & Takachiho, shows very distinct particularities. Two differents style in Miyazaki pref, the first kama-iri cha producing zone in Japan

– Sencha from Miyazaki 1 : Aftertaste, Minami Sayaka

Excellent cost/performance ratio for this fukamushi-cha from Miyazaki. It has a wonderfull fruity aftertaste. Minami sayaka cultivar.

– Asatsuyu cultivar sencha 2012 from Kirishima

April 28, 2012 harvest fukamushi sencha from Makizono-cho, Kirishima city in Kagosima pref.

– Hand picked sencha from Kirishima, Yabukita cultivar

April 23,2012 hand picked fukamushi sencha from Makizono-cho, Kirishima city in Kagosima pref. Saemidori cultivar.

– Hand picked sencha from Kirishima, Saemidori cultivar

April 23,2012 hand picked fukamushi sencha from Makizono-cho, Kirishima city in Kagosima pref. Saemidori cultivar.

– Sencha from Tanegashima, cultivar Shôju 松寿                                                            2012, march 26th picked futsumushi sencha, shôju cultivar, from Nishi no Omote city, Tanegashima Island, Kagoshima Prefecture.

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3 replies

  1. Hi, Can you explain how you are defining asamushi and futsumushi sencha on your blog?

  2. thank you very interesting for sure!

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