Sencha Yabukita

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Sencha Yabukita 

Our Sencha Yabukita has been grown by non-chemical, pesticide-free, natural farming method.
It has natural rich bitter taste, which most of organic green tea has. Also it has the aroma of teas being roasted. You can enjoy Sencha hot, cold and iced.  but it's highly recommended for cold and iced!

Cold Brew: 

Tea Quantity: 12g

Water Quantity: 750ml 

Water Temperature Cold water 

Brewing Time: More than 3 hours in a fridge 

Ice Brew: 

Tea Quantity: 3g

Water Temperature 
: Ice

Water Quantity: 2 or 3 pieces of ice

Brewing Time: Until ices melt

Hot Brew:

Tea Quantity: 2 - 3g

Water Quantity: 60ml (2oz)

Water Temperature : 70℃ (158F)

Brewing Time: 50sec - 60sec

For two:

Tea Quantity: 4 - 6g

Water Quantity: 120ml (4oz)

Water Temperature : 70℃ (158F)

Brewing Time: 50sec - 60sec


Yabukita is the type of tea cultivar developed by the tea developer, Hikosaburo Sughiyama from Shizuoka.  

Yabukita tea can adapt to and thrive in many kinds of climates or soils, producing high-quality tea. Therefore, it has become the most popular grade of tea in Japan, covering more than 75% of Japanese tea fields. 

Health Benefits of Japanese Tea

CatechinIncreases fat burning / Inhibits the growth of oral bacteria / Anti-inflammatory 
Improves mental focus / Improves sleep / Reduces blood pressure / Eases stress
Others Benefits: Prevents Type 2 Diabetes / Inhibits bone loss / Protects against certain cancers

Farmer and Roaster

Our Sencha made by the young farmer in Wazuka. And it's roasted by one of the long-established tea roasters/wholesalers from Kamikoma, Kyoto. 

Origin: Wazuka Town 

”Wazuka town (和束町) is a small town with population of 5,000, located in southern Kyoto. The town is a home of Uji green tea which holds half of green tea production of Kyoto prefecture and numbers of tea plantations are located in the town .”

Reference : JW 

Origine: Kyoto, Japan

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