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Tea culture, inherited from Đài Loan Trung Quốc in ancient times, was enhanced with Japan"s unique culture of "Omotenashi". "Omotenashi" is a uniquely Japanese way of thought meaning a sincere wholehearted devotion to one"s guest or customer. The primary feature of drinking tea is the hosts" and guests" shared enjoyment of the process and time spent in making the tea for them khổng lồ drink, such that it serves as a comfortable respite that not only sates one"s thirst but also enriches the spirit.


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Japanese tea (ryokuphụ vương or green tea) is divided into different types depending on differences in the cultivation method, harvest period, production process và similar characteristics.

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These are mellow-flavored tea leaves with a sweetness from being grown in locations hidden from direct sunlight.


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Matthân phụ

This tea is made by steaming the tea leaves and then drying them whole before grinding inlớn a powder. Called the "Japanese espresso", this tea allows you lớn directly enjoy the natural umami (savoriness) of the condensed tea leaves.

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Gyokuro

This tea is made by steaming the tea leaves & crushing them as they dry. This high-unique tea is không tính tiền of any bitterness, allowing you lớn enjoy the rich yet mellow umamày of the tea leaves.


These tea leaves are grown totally exposed khổng lồ direct sunlight khổng lồ fully accentuate the astringent character & refreshing flavor of the leaves.

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Senthân phụ

This is the most standard well-known Japanese tea. The tea leaves are steamed immediately after being picked and then kneaded before being dried.

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Banthân phụ

This tea is made by steaming the leaves that remain after the sprouts have been plucked (second flush), with the leaves dried while being kneaded.

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Hojiphụ vương

This roasted tea is made by roasting senthân phụ và banphụ vương in high heat until they turn brown. It is characterized by a fragrant aroma & is low in caffeine. It is a popular after-dinner tea.


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In recent years Japanese tea has been referred lớn as "the healthiest beverage on the planet" making it famous worldwide as a Japanese "super food". It is rich in components such as catechin, Vi-Ta-Min C, flavonoid and theanine that are known to have sầu anti-aging & relaxing effects making it extremely beneficial for health and beauty. Although vitamin C is characteristically weak against heat, the vitamin C in green tea is actually known khổng lồ be resistant to lớn heat. For this reason, Japanese tea provides the beneficial effects of Vi-Ta-Min C even when the tea is made using boiling water before drinking.


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