Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Fukamushi Green Tea Featured on Japanese TV Program

NHK's popular science TV program "Tameshite Gatten” broadcasted about cities of low cancer mortality and its link to green tea.

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According to studies conducted by local hospitals, universities and national research agencies, Kakegawa city in Shizuoka prefecture has the lowest rate. What’s more interesting is that 7 out of top 15 cities of low cancer mortality rate in Japan are green tea regions.
Scientists believe that catechin (antioxidant)
in green tea plays a key role in low cancer mortality, and Fukamushi (deep-steamed) green tea grabbed the spotlight because Kakegawa residents drink Fukamushi green tea like water.

Fukamushi (deep-steamed) green tea has fine particles because long steaming process breaks up green tea leaves. If you have ever tried Fukamushi green tea, you must have noticed tiny particles floating in your cup. Scientists found that those particles contain great components such as β-carotene, vitamin E and chlorophyll that are not found in non-fukamushi green tea.

SÁ Japanese Green Tea is blended with Fukamushi green Tea from Kakegawa city.

So enjoy our green tea!

Friday, January 14, 2011

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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Matcha is Here!

We are pleased to announce that we now have premium Matcha powder available at our online store.

Matcha powder is traditionally used for Japanese tea ceremony, but you can use it as a healthy ingredient for your food and beverage.

Matcha is made from Tencha. Tencha is shaded green tea specially produced for Matcha. After harvest, Tencha is de-veined, de-stemmed, and stone-ground to make Matcha. It gives fantastic fragrance, color and smoothness. What's best about Matcha is that you are taking the whole benefit of green tea.

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Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Hot Tea Month Special Sale 10% Off!

Happy New Year!
January is National Hot Tea Month. We are offering bulk size loose leaf for a special price. Choose from our eight flavors. This is a great offer and it won't happen often, so don't miss this opportunity! Sale ends January 31.

Sen Cha Fukamushi
Net Weight: 500g (1.1 lbs)
Now $45.00!
This is our signature Sen Cha. “Fukamushi,” refers to the deeper (longer) steaming process after the harvest. This extra steaming-time results in fine leaves and a taste that is richer and more full-bodied than regular Sen Cha. Depending on steeping conditions, it has a bit of sweetness and outstanding fragrance.

Sen Cha Chumushi
Net Weight: 500g (1.1 lbs)
Now $45.00!
Our Sen Cha Chumushi is made of selected tea leaves grown on verdant mountain slopes. The steaming process is shorter than our signature Sen Cha giving the tea a bold taste with a sweet aftertaste and a remarkable fragrance. This tea has been sought after by the people of Japan for over three centuries.

Kuki Cha
Net Weight: 500g (1.1 lbs)
Now $40.50!
Kuki Cha is made of young tea stems that are separated during Sen Cha production. Stems have natural sweetness and a very unique flavor. Kuki Cha is loved by many tea drinkers in Japan because of its exceptional flavor.

Hoji Cha
Net Weight: 220g (7.7 oz)
Now $31.50!
Hoji Cha is roasted green tea. Many companies use Ban Cha to make Hoji Cha. Instead, our Hoji Cha is made by using roasted Kuki Cha. The tea’s pleasing flavor, golden brown color and low caffeine content make it appealing to tea drinkers of all ages.

Ban Cha
Net Weight: 500g (1.1 lbs)
Now $27.00!
Ban Cha is made of large and thick leaves harvested in autumn. The light and refreshing taste bears a hint of a bite. Compared to Sen Cha, Ban Cha has
a robust flavor with vivid yellow color. Leaves harvested after summer usually contain more catechin, the antioxidant properties.

Kona Cha
Net Weight: 500g (1.1 lbs)
Now $31.50!
Kona Cha is composed of small fragments of Sen Cha leaves. The taste is similar to Sen Cha but much thicker and more full-bodied. Traditionally, Kona Cha is known as the tea of sushi restaurants called "Agari".

Genmai Cha (without Matcha)
Net Weight: 500g (1.1 lbs)
Now $36.00!
An aromatic rich blend of tea leaves and brown rice, which adds a nutty fragrance. Genmai Cha is a delightfully flavorful green tea and is one of Japan's most popular.

Genmai Cha with Matcha
Net Weight: 500g (1.1 lbs)
Now $40.50!
Special blend of Genmai Cha and stone-milled Matcha (powdered green tea for traditional tea ceremony). Matcha gives smooth body and vivid green color. Our Best-seller.