Hakuyocha White Leaf Japanese Green Tea from Mobata, Shizuoka

Seller: Akito
Producer: Tadashi Sugiyama
ID: 27
Rare golden leaves make up the this sweet and refreshing tea.
¥ 3,000
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Description
This tea is made from rare golden tea leaves grown in Shizuoka prefecture. Three generations of farmers from the Sugiyama family have carefully cultivated these special leaves. Only produced in limited quantity, Zairai Hakuyocha is filled with rich sweetness and has a refreshing aftertaste. Those who enjoy Gyokuro teas are encouraged to try this tea as well.
Dietary Restrictions
  • Gluten-free
  • Halal
  • Kosher
  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian
  • Pescetarian
Technical Details
  • Product weight: 50 gr
  • Product height: 16 cm
  • Product width: 21 cm
  • Product length: 3 cm
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Region
Hakuyocha White Leaf Japanese Green Tea from Mobata, Shizuoka is produced in Shizuoka prefecture.
Producer
Tadashi Sugiyama
Shizuoka Prefecture
You can find Sugiyama-san's tea farm in the mountainous region of Shizuoka prefecture called Mobata. Sugiyama-san decided to become a tea farmer in high school to follow his late father’s wish for him to preserve the local tea culture and family tradition. Under the mentorship of experienced tea masters, he was able to quickly develop his tea-making skills and expertise. In addition to classic green tea, Sugiyama-san also produces a rare, golden leaf tea. The leaves for this tea have been carefully grown throughout the past decades by three generations in the Sugiyama family. Because this leaf is so rare, only limited quantities of tea are able to be produced. Sugiyama-san carries on his family’s legacy of cultivating teas with excellent taste and quality.