"Mild taste with a refreshing aroma and rich, mellow sweetness" [BEST BREW] <TEMPERATURE: Hot water temperature> 90 ℃ <BREWING TIME: Extraction time> 45sec. <AMOUNT OF LEAVES: Amount of tea leaves> 3g <AMOUNT OF WATER: Amount of water> 200ml Origin: Saitama Sayama Farm: Ikenoyaen Hideki Ikeya https://youtu.be/C5RIrjGgCGE [CHABAKKA TEA PARKS ABOUT] TEA STAND & STORE type Japanese tea select shop with the concept of "Japanese tea entertainment" to enjoy fashionably. Focusing on single origins selected from all over the country, Kamakura will send out new ways to enjoy Japanese tea, such as providing Japan's first draft tea brewed directly from a beer server and a flat-rate service. In Japan, there is Japanese tea that is so delicious that it feels like a different dimension. And Japanese tea has values and infinite possibilities that have not yet been passed down to the world. Instead of denying the traditional Japanese tea culture, take it head-on. On top of that, we will send out a new style of Japanese tea culture that anyone can enjoy freely and casually, aiming to realize the dreams, happiness and emotions of all the people involved. https://youtu.be/AYS1iTelh1s CHABAKKA TEA PARKS will play a central role in creating a new value-added cycle that only we can do by linking all of the producers, customers, production areas, and the natural environment. To continue to cultivate small-scale farmers in various parts of Japan who have high technological capabilities due to problems in distribution and employment, but who do not easily appear on the front stage. We will continue to deliver high quality and delicious genuine Japanese tea to our customers. Strengthen ties with local communities and revitalize new industries and human resources employment. And to maintain and regenerate the tea plantations and nature by preserving the environment. We will build a business model that realizes sustainable relationships. Kamakura is also the place where the tea culture of "drinking tea" was established. We will redefine the tea culture in this place called Kamakura, where the history of tea has moved, and we will send out a new style of Japanese tea culture.