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  • One-Cup Teabag Hojicha (108 bags) 

    A new value pack filled with easy-to-use teabags. Quickly and easily enjoy a moment of refreshment, and add a bit of color to your busy day.


    individual teabag packaging

    Packed with flavorfully roasted mecha (shoots and buds), these tetrahedral teabags release the delicious flavor of hojicha tea.

    To enjoy hojicha's savory aroma, just pour on boiling water and let steep for about one minute. Moving the teabag around in the water helps to release the tea's components.

     

    ¥3,800

  • Gokujo Genmaicha Medium Can w/box (Paper canister) 

    Genmaicha is a delicious mix of yanagi and roasted genmai (brown rice). Enjoy the prominent flavor of yanagi together with the fine aroma of roasted rice. (In order to allow the flavor of the tea leaves to be fully appreciated, the tea contains a relatively small amount of rice.)

    *Up to 3 pots can be made using the same tea leaves.
    *When brewing a 2nd and 3rd pot of tea, no steeping is required. Just add hot water to the teapot, and serve.

    • 1. Place 20 g (4 tbsp.)
      in a jar or other container.
    • 2. Add 1 liter (1 qt) of chilled water.
    • 3. Brew for 1 hour.
    • * Brewing overnight in the refrigerator is fine. When desired strength reached, transfer to other container, straining the tea leaves.
     

    ¥500

  • Gokujo Genmaicha Large Can w/box 

    Genmaicha is a delicious mix of yanagi and roasted genmai (brown rice). Enjoy the prominent flavor of yanagi together with the fine aroma of roasted rice. (In order to allow the flavor of the tea leaves to be fully appreciated, the tea contains a relatively small amount of rice.)

    *Up to 3 pots can be made using the same tea leaves.
    *When brewing a 2nd and 3rd pot of tea, no steeping is required. Just add hot water to the teapot, and serve.

    • 1. Place 20 g (4 tbsp.)
      in a jar or other container.
    • 2. Add 1 liter (1 qt) of chilled water.
    • 3. Brew for 1 hour.
    • * Brewing overnight in the refrigerator is fine. When desired strength reached, transfer to other container, straining the tea leaves.
     

    ¥1,100

  • Gokujo Genmaicha 200g Bag 

    Genmaicha is a delicious mix of yanagi and roasted genmai (brown rice). Enjoy the prominent flavor of yanagi together with the fine aroma of roasted rice. (In order to allow the flavor of the tea leaves to be fully appreciated, the tea contains a relatively small amount of rice.)

    *Up to 3 pots can be made using the same tea leaves.
    *When brewing a 2nd and 3rd pot of tea, no steeping is required. Just add hot water to the teapot, and serve.

    • 1. Place 20 g (4 tbsp.)
      in a jar or other container.
    • 2. Add 1 liter (1 qt) of chilled water.
    • 3. Brew for 1 hour.
    • * Brewing overnight in the refrigerator is fine. When desired strength reached, transfer to other container, straining the tea leaves.
     

    ¥900

  • Gokujo Genmaicha 100g Bag 

    Genmaicha is a delicious mix of yanagi and roasted genmai (brown rice). Enjoy the prominent flavor of yanagi together with the fine aroma of roasted rice. (In order to allow the flavor of the tea leaves to be fully appreciated, the tea contains a relatively small amount of rice.)

    *Up to 3 pots can be made using the same tea leaves.
    *When brewing a 2nd and 3rd pot of tea, no steeping is required. Just add hot water to the teapot, and serve.

    • 1. Place 20 g (4 tbsp.)
      in a jar or other container.
    • 2. Add 1 liter (1 qt) of chilled water.
    • 3. Brew for 1 hour.
    • * Brewing overnight in the refrigerator is fine. When desired strength reached, transfer to other container, straining the tea leaves.
    • 1.Place 10g (2 tbsp.) in kyusu teapot.
    • 2.Add 240 ml of boiling water.
    • 3.Brew for 1 min.
    • 4.Put lots of ice in the travel flask and pour your tea over it.
     

    ¥450

  • Shibafune 200 g Bag 

    A variant of yanagi—tea leaves that have been allowed to grow larger than sencha tea leave—Shibafune has an invigorating fragrance that comes from having absorbed lots of sunlight in the tea fields. It has a light, refreshing taste, which makes it ideal for drinking in large quantities.

    *Up to 3 pots can be made using the same tea leaves.
    *When brewing a 2nd and 3rd pot of tea, no steeping is required. Just add hot water to the teapot, and serve.

    • 1. Place 20 g (4 tbsp.)
      in a jar or other container.
    • 2. Add 1 liter (1 qt) of chilled water.
    • 3. Brew for 1 hour.
    • * Brewing overnight in the refrigerator is fine. When desired strength reached, transfer to other container, straining the tea leaves.
     

    ¥900

  • Wakayanagi 200g Bag 

    Refreshing, elegant flavor

    Made from yanagi tea leaves—which have been allowed to grow larger than sencha tea leaves—Wakayanagi is a bancha possessing a refined taste, with a sunny fragrance and refreshing sharpness.

    *Up to 3 pots can be made using the same tea leaves.
    *When brewing a 2nd and 3rd pot of tea, no steeping is required. Just add hot water to the teapot, and serve.

    • 1. Place 20 g (4 tbsp.)
      in a jar or other container.
    • 2. Add 1 liter (1 qt) of chilled water.
    • 3. Brew for 1 hour.
    • * Brewing overnight in the refrigerator is fine. When desired strength reached, transfer to other container, straining the tea leaves.
     

    ¥1,000

  • Wakayanagi 100g Bag 

    Refreshing, elegant flavor

    Made from yanagi tea leaves—which have been allowed to grow larger than sencha tea leaves—Wakayanagi is a bancha possessing a refined taste, with a sunny fragrance and refreshing sharpness.

    *Up to 3 pots can be made using the same tea leaves.
    *When brewing a 2nd and 3rd pot of tea, no steeping is required. Just add hot water to the teapot, and serve.

    • 1. Place 20 g (4 tbsp.)
      in a jar or other container.
    • 2. Add 1 liter (1 qt) of chilled water.
    • 3. Brew for 1 hour.
    • * Brewing overnight in the refrigerator is fine. When desired strength reached, transfer to other container, straining the tea leaves.
     

    ¥500

  • Kuki Hojicha (Roasted Stems) Medium Can w/box (Paper canister) 

    Made by roasting the stems of yanagi tea leaves—which have been allowed to grow larger than sencha tea leaves—Kuki Hojicha has a sweetness unique to stems. It also possesses more flavor and aroma than hojicha, which isn't roasted as long. It goes particularly well with Western sweets.

    • 1. Place 10g (4 tbsp.)
      in kyusu teapot.
    • 2. Add 240 ml (8 oz) of boiling water.
    • 3. Brew for 1 min.
    • 4. Pour into glass full of ice.
     

    ¥500

  • Kuki Hojicha (Roasted Stems) 200g Bag 

    Made by roasting the stems of yanagi tea leaves—which have been allowed to grow larger than sencha tea leaves—Kuki Hojicha has a sweetness unique to stems. It also possesses more flavor and aroma than hojicha, which isn't roasted as long. It goes particularly well with Western sweets.

    • 1. Place 10g (4 tbsp.)
      in kyusu teapot.
    • 2. Add 240 ml (8 oz) of boiling water.
    • 3. Brew for 1 min.
    • 4. Pour into glass full of ice.
     

    ¥1,000

  • Kuki Hojicha (Roasted Stems) 100g Bag 

    Made by roasting the stems of yanagi tea leaves—which have been allowed to grow larger than sencha tea leaves—Kuki Hojicha has a sweetness unique to stems. It also possesses more flavor and aroma than hojicha, which isn't roasted as long. It goes particularly well with Western sweets.

    • 1. Place 10g (4 tbsp.)
      in kyusu teapot.
    • 2. Add 240 ml (8 oz) of boiling water.
    • 3. Brew for 1 min.
    • 4. Pour into glass full of ice.
     

    ¥500

  • Gokujo Hojicha (Roasted Tea) Large Can w/box 

    Great with meals, after meals, or just to stay hydrated
    The most popular tea--Suits all sorts of situations

    Made by roasting yanagi tea leaves—which have been allowed to grow larger than sencha tea leaves—hojicha is light and refreshing, with a fine roasted aroma and flavor. It goes well with snacks, and makes a nice tea to enjoy after meals.

    • 1. Place 10g (4 tbsp.)
      in kyusu teapot.
    • 2. Add 240 ml (8 oz) of boiling water.
    • 3. Brew for 1 min.
    • 4. Pour into glass full of ice.
     

    ¥1,000

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