Tea raised without using chemical fertilizers or agricultural chemicals that you can enjoy with peace of mind
From Kumamoto Prefecture "Sakurano Garden" tackling the creation of tea for non-pesticide / fertilizer cultivation Sencha "Yui" which used traditional native species. I use tea leaves grown by taking plenty of sunshine without using chemical fertilizers or agricultural chemicals at all. Tea leaves of native species are full of nature, tightly packed with diversity, spread and depth taste. At the temperature you enter, the expression changes a lot.
In the land of nature-rich MinamataSakurano Garden is located in Minamata City, Kumamoto Prefecture, surrounded by nature. Since the cleansing of Showa 2, many people have been put on hand, taking care of the traditional native species and continuing to this day. Tea is making polite tea by families, with the feeling that there will be a fortune that tea connects people and people.
No pesticide / chemical fertilizer cultivationThe old-fashioned sencha "Ku" is cultivated in the tea plantation of this Sakurano Garden with pesticide-free chemical fertilizer. It is a cultivation method that has been practiced from the thought that things are more familiar to nature and even for our body.
Variety-rich, depthy flavor
"Sen" is a green tea which used old-fashioned traditional species. Native species is an aggregate of different tea trees, one grown from native breeds grown from seeds. Compared with cutting, it is deeply dropping its root, which is characterized by being strong against insects and diseases. It is said that the oldest native species of Sakurano Garden was planted in 1960. Native species tea leaves are powerful aroma full of nostalgia. You can enjoy the depthy taste, which is packed with diversity tightly, feels complicated sweetness and umami. Traditional sencha "Ku" that was carefully prepared with human's hands without using pesticides and chemical fertilizers. It is a tea ceremony tea that you can eat safely and safely. Please try it once.
|raw materials||Green Tea|
|Internal capacity||80 g|
|Producing area||Kumamoto Prefecture|
|Preservation method||Avoid high temperature and humidity, please note the lingering scent after opening|