ZENJIRO Matcha Mino Shirakawa 50g
ZENJIRO Matcha Mino Shirakawa 50g
ZENJIRO Matcha Mino Shirakawa 50g
ZENJIRO Matcha Mino Shirakawa 50g
ZENJIRO Matcha Mino Shirakawa 50g
ZENJIRO Matcha Mino Shirakawa 50g
ZENJIRO Matcha Mino Shirakawa 50g
ZENJIRO Matcha Mino Shirakawa 50g
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ZENJIRO Matcha Mino Shirakawa 50g

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ZENJIRO's new package "Matcha - Mino Shirakawa" debut with increasing to 50g!

There are Japanese and English versions of the package.

The finest tea leaves from Mino Shirakawa, which is a rare high-class tea cultivated in Japan's highest tea plantation and is also called natural gyokuro, and has a low production volume, are carefully made into matcha. It is a representative product of our brand ZENJIRO.


This product uses rare tea leaves from terroir, which has all the conditions for producing good tea, and is powdered at the ceremony grade, so you can enjoy a smooth texture. Dissolve in a small amount of hot water and stir well. Please add water or hot water little by little.


You can enjoy all the umami ingredients theanine and catechin together.。


Our online shop simply offers high-quality tea leaves carefully selected from good production areas. The conditions for high-quality tea leaves are alpine tea fields with the same fog all over the world. The fog rising from the river at an altitude of 800m to the mountains blocks the sunlight a little and the tea leaves become very soft.

Tea leaves grown by pesticide-free cultivation according to Gifu Clean Agricultural Certification have not obtained JAS Organic Certification, but they are not detected in all 200 items of the residual pesticide standard test, so they are safe and secure products.


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Oxidation is a risk for Japanese tea, and when oxidation progresses, it approaches black tea.The unopened bag has oxygen of 3 or less, but after opening, fold the opened part of the aluminum tea bag to thoroughly remove the air, and then use rubber or a stopper. You can prevent oxidation.