Award Winning Deep-steamed Green Tea "Shizuk" (100g)

Seller: Igarashien
Producer: Igarashien
ID: 181
An award-winning, deep-steamed sencha tea that was produced in Makinohara, Shizuoka. This tea is known for its mellow aroma and deep flavors.
¥ 2,700
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Tea lovers will enjoy this award-winning green tea that was produced in Makinohara, Shizuoka. This top-grade tea of deep steamed sencha is made from special Yabukita tea leaves and has been blended in a unique way using a special fire-roasting method. This tea's mellow aroma mixes with its deep flavor to produce a product that is a delight to drink. The tea's flavor profile and bright green color are synonymous with Igarashien's more than 70 years of tradition and history. Named "Shizuk", which means "Drop", this tea embodies the core concept of Igarashien, a producer who values each and every drop of tea.
Dietary Restrictions
  • Gluten-free
  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian
  • Pescetarian
Technical Details
  • Product weight: 100 gr
  • Product height: 22 cm
  • Product width: 40 cm
  • Product length: 32 cm
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Award Winning Deep-steamed Green Tea "Shizuk" (100g) is produced in Tokyo prefecture.
Tokyo Prefecture
Igarashien is located in Nishikoyama, Tokyo, and has been producing specialty teas for over 70 years. Igarashien's teas are loved by customers and have been perfected through decades of original research and innovation. The tea leaves used to produce Igarashien teas are grown using natural farming methods at a specially contracted farm in Makinohara, Shizuoka. Since its founding in 1947, Igarashien has developed unique production methods such as original blending, pasteurization, vacuum manufacturing, and four-time roasting. Igarashien is a family-owned business that is currently run by Junji Yuasa, the grandson of the first Igarashien owner. Teas produced by Igarashien are sure to be enjoyed by enthusiasts all around the world.