Collection: ASAMIYA

Located in Shiga Prefecture in the Shigaraki basin of the southern region of Lake Biwa (Japan's largest lake), Asamiya sits on a plateau at an altitude of 300 to 500 meters. Due to large temperature fluctuations it is not uncommon for morning and evening temperatures to drop below zero even in May. Climatic conditions including deep morning mist and a terrain suited to tea fields give the products of this region distinction. The history of tea cultivation here goes back 1200 years to when Saicho, a Buddhist monk, brought tea seeds back from China. Asamiya tea producers take pride in working in Japan's oldest and highly esteemed tea growing region.

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  • kamairi_nagomiyutaka_tezumi_2020
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