Kyoto's inland location means that it is protected from the bad weather coming in from the ocean. With harsh winters and hot summers, this region is known for producing the finest Matcha tea.
Of the teas harvested and produced in this region, discover the superb Gyokuro, the refreshing Sencha Fukuyu and the delicious Genmaicha…
Teas from comingGreen tea Tea from Japan - Sencha Fukuyu
Located on the main island of Honshu, this mountainous region offers a huge variety of landscapes and climates, and is home to around 7% of the country's tea production.
The Nara region, with a well-adapted climate and environment, offers high-quality teas produced in limited quantities.
Tea plants are shaded with traditional straw mulching during the three weeks before harvest.