Shizuoka

Shizuoka Prefecture, home to the world famous Mt. Fuji, is also Japan’s largest tea growing region, producing nearly 40% of the country’s tea.. As with other parts of Japan, it is focused on green tea manufacturing, specializing in the Sencha variety, although certain Gyokuro tea can also be found here.

Shizuoka Prefecture, home to the world famous Mt. Fuji, is also Japan’s largest tea growing region, producing nearly 40% of the country’s tea.. As with other parts of Japan, it is focused on green tea manufacturing, specializing in the Sencha variety, although certain Gyokuro tea can also be found here.

  • Genmaicha

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    Genmaicha, or ‘rice tea’, is a combination of green Sencha, roasted grains rice and popped rice. This distinct Japanese tea has bright golden infusion and nutty, slightly savoury flavour.

    From £3.99