Deep-steamed Green Tea Bags (2g x 8)

Seller: Igarashien
Producer: Igarashien
ID: 185
Easy to use tea bags filled with deep steamed sencha. This tea is characterized by its rich aroma, deep flavor, and vivid color.
¥ 648
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This set contains 8 bags of premium deep steamed sencha made from Yabukita leaves which are grown in Makinohara, Shizuoka. These leaves have been roasted using a special method that was developed from over 70 years of research and is secret to Igarashien. This tea has a rich aroma, deep flavor, and vivid color that will make you feel close to the nature of Shizuoka. To make this tea, just add one bag to a teacup. Pour in hot water and wait roughly half a minute. Your tea is ready to be enjoyed! One bag of tea is enough to make 3-5 cups.
Dietary Restrictions
  • Gluten-free
  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian
  • Pescetarian
Technical Details
  • Product weight: 16 gr
  • Product height: 12 cm
  • Product width: 12 cm
  • Product length: 5 cm
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Deep-steamed Green Tea Bags (2g x 8) 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.