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Japanese leaf-type green tea (Sencha "煎茶")
The origin of this type of tea dates back to 1738, which was much later than the introduction of powdered green tea to Japan in 1191. But now, the leaf-type green tea is the most commonly and casually drunk among the Japanese people on a daily basis. The color of the tea prepared in a cap ranges from light yellowish green to deep bright green, which is determined by such a factor as how long the tea leaves are steamed on the manufacturing process. The taste of the tea also varies depending on the tea leaf growing area, the blending method, and the way of preparation. The world of Japanese leaf-type green tea is as deep as the world of powdered green tea!
More about Japanese leaf-type green tea
How to prepare a cup of green tea
Stores specialized in Japanese green tea with a tearoom
Yamamotoyama at Nihombashi
Add.: Nihombashi 2-10-2, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Tel.: 03 3281 0010
Established in 1690, this is the first store which put the leaf-type green tea on the market in Edo city (former name of Tokyo). It also the first store which invented premium green tea "gyokuro" in 1835. You can enjoy their tea of your choice with a traditional Japanese confectionery in the tearoom.
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Cha Ginza at Ginza
Add.:Ginza 5-5-6, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Tel.: 03 3571 1211:
This is a branch store of the traditional Japanese tea store "Uogashi Meicha" in Tsukiji. The interior design of the Ginza store is modern and traditional. In the tearoom on the second floor, you will be entertained by their original tea courses consisted of a small glass of sake, two different types of tea, and a confectionery. You can choose your tea from leaf-type green tea or powdered green tea.
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