Gyokuro has a deep and
strong taste. It is the
best among the delightful teas having the great "oika"
taste. For the best tasting Gyokuro tea, please use boiled
water and cooled at around 50 degrees.
is the most popular of our company's Gyokuro
enjoy this first-class tea,
product of our own research.
people of the Sanin Region usually drink matcha as they would
ordinary tea. In Matsue particularly, the great tea master
Matsudaira Fumai made matcha even more popular, while
establishing his tea ceremony style in the middle of the Edo
era. In this perpetuated matcha drinking mood, we recently
invested in a new factory, which enables us to offer our
customers fresh matcha.
Ichi no Shiro
30g 1,500 yen
matcha was named by the first
Matsue daimyo Matsudaira Fumaiko.
tea became the origin of the name
"Nakano Shiro" given to its sister
Naka no Shiro
tea was the favorite tea of Matsudaira
Fumai, Matsue's seventh Matsudaira daimyo,
the famous tea master of the Edo era. He
gave it this name.
Chaho has the hanging scroll in which
Fumaiko named this tea "Naka no Shiro."
We prepare our sencha by making an original blend of
well-selected leaves from the many green tea materials. The
best way to enjoy delicious sencha is to use water boiled and
cooled at around 80 degrees.
Our company is confident in making delightful sencha with a
100g 2,000 yen
blend is much popular among the Nakamura
Chaho sencha products.
do try this Izumo-style tea. You will like it
|Mukashi Sencha Raiden
(T-22) 100g 1,000 yen
tea is a reproduction of an ancient product
in its taste, fragrance, and form.
the middle of the Meiji era, the Izumo
people used a special bamboo basket in
making this tea. As a result, the leaves of
the tea were curved.
Izumo people do love this Raiden for its
strong taste, its high fragrance, and above
all, for its shape.
your relaxation, enjoy the ancient taste and
fragrance of good tea in this new product.
tea is named after the famous sumo fighter Raiden.
Using our own technology, we blend the Izumo Shiraore by
adding fresh matcha to well-selected "kukicha" (tea
stalk). This matcha-iri tea, or matcha-included tea, is a
"strong" drink that originated in the Izumo Area.
is a pride for our company. We made it by
blending the tea stems and buds.
diffuses easily in hot water.
this Izumo-styled matcha with its fragrant
and sweet stems.
Made by roasting the tea leaves, Hojicha is also quite
fragrant. For its light taste--like genmaicha-- hojicha is a
befitting "after meal drink."
is a new product we developed from our own
research. Different from the conventional
brown teas, the buds and leaves of Fumaibo
are kept green. However, at the time it
comes out of the teapot, Fumaibo too is
that time, a nice fragrance permeates the
entire room. Once inside the mouth also, the
delicious taste spreads in a particular way.
this fragrant and delicious Hojicha, result
of our own technology.
The recipe of this tea also originated in the Izumo area. It is
a large-patterned tea, roasted in strong fire. Its
particularity is its strong fragrance and pleasant aftertaste.
To get the most of the characteristic fragrance of bancha we
use charcoal fire in our factory. This tea, containing no
caffeine, is an excellent drink for children.
is a particular item among the special teas
of our company, in its more than 110-year
tradition. We roast it with charcoal, a rare
specialty of these times.
In making this tea, we add some sugar to the powdered matcha.
This makes it versatile. You may take it hot in winter and icy
is much popular with our customers. It has the
matcha taste, while being a soft drink. Moreover,
this tea may be used to color cakes, ice, etc. Do
try the device and see for yourself. You will
certainly like it.
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