Goishicha – Fermented Japanese Tea

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We would like to introduce you to a type of Japanese tea that is so rare that nowadays only 7 farmers produce it: Goishicha. A fermented tea from the area of Otoyo, Kochi, on the beautiful island of Shikoku, Goishicha meets its origins all the way back to the Edo era at the beginning of […]

National Japanese Tea Hand-Rolling Competition

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These days in Japan tea is mostly harvested and processed with the help of machinery. Long gone are days when hand-picking and hand-rolling were used for commercial production. Not to forget the traditions, however, each tea regions usually has a Tea Hand-Rolling Preservation Association. These associations normally hold and participate in community events as well […]