暁 akatsuki/ sencha
The meaning of sunrise is redesigned with the pattern of Edo Yuzen clothes, and the scenery at sunrise is drawn, which is suitable for a cup of baking in the morning.
Perfect for gifting to the first person you think of every morning.
Sayama tea leaves are roasted in a deep-steaming method, resulting in a mild and mellow taste. It has become Dingbancha, the most standard taste of Tokyo tea.
On the border between Tokyo and Saitama Prefecture, there is a mountainous area called "Sayama Hills". In the north of the hills, the tea produced in Saitama Prefecture is called "Sayama tea", and in the south, the tea produced in Tokyo is called "Tokyo Sayama tea", or "Tokyo tea".
Packing: 2g tea bags x3
Place of Origin: Sayama, Tokyo