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Japanese Tea Japanese Tea
Strong(Sencha) Mild(Sencha)
To the page of Japanese Tea Sencha tastes rather wild as it is grown deep in the mountains. It has strong astringent properties unique to mountain tea.
Quantity of tea:
8grams (one heaping tablespoon)
Boiled water:
200cc
Water temperature:
75 to 80°C
Steeping time:
1 min.
How to serve:
Pour into 3 to 4 cups.
To the page of Japanese Tea Tea grown on a flat plateau. The thick-skinned tea leaves are steamed for a longer time to remove astringency and add richness.
Quantity of tea:
8grams (one heaping tablespoon)
Boiled water:
200cc
Water temperature:
70 to 75°C
Steeping time:
20 to 30 secs.
How to serve:
Pour into 2 to 3 cups swiftly.
Soft(sencha) Light(Houjicha/Bancha/Genmaicha)
To the page of Japanese Tea These soft teas grown along misty rivers produce straightforward, local flavors of concentrated natural richness.
Quantity of tea:
8grams (one scant tablespoon)
Boiled water:
200cc
Water temperature:
60 to 65°C
Steeping time:
1 min.
How to serve:
Pour into 3 to 4 cups.
To the page of Japanese Tea Light teas are gentle to our body with
less caffeine and less stimulation.
Quantity of tea:
1.5 to 2 heaping tablespoons
Boiled water:
200 to 300cc
Water temperature:
75 to 80°C
Steeping time:
1 min.
How to serve:
Pour into 3 to 4 cups.

Matcha Other Types of Tea
To the page of Japanese Tea Matcha, powdered tea leaves, contains high quantities of vitamin C and chlorophyll and is well-known for its many health benefits.
(Matcha)
Quantity of tea:
2grams (1/2 heaping teaspoon)
Boiled water:
100cc
(Green Powder)
Dissolve in 100cc of boiling water.
You may also dissolve it in 50 to 60cc of boiling water and add the same amount of hot milk.

To the page of Japanese Tea
Quantity of tea:
8grams (one scant tablespoon)
Boiled water:
200cc
Water temperature:
75 to 80°C
Steeping time:
30 to 40 secs.
How to serve:
Pour into 3 cups.
When making tea, swirl the water around in the teapot to create some centrifugal force so as to mix the tea leaves
and the hot water. Pour little by little into each cup, continuing until the last drop is poured.
This brings out the flavor of the tea.
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