The highest tea plantation in Japan. The fog rising from the Hida River blocks sunlight, suppresses astringent catechins, and produces theanine, an umami ingredient. The temperature difference peculiar to the highlands slowly stores the umami in the tea leaves.
The conditions for famous tea that are common to both green tea and black tea are the same. Altitude height and fog.
Also called natural gyokuro, it is a rare tea leaf with very low production.
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