This cultivar was bred in Miyazaki Prefecture in 1988 for pan frying. Its tea leaves have a particularly strong aroma and it is well suited to roasting methods that take advantage of the withered tea’s aroma. The tea is light, smooth in the throat, and has a rich sweet taste which is likely inherited from the Yabukita and Sayamamidori cultivars from which it was developed.

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