The Story

Currently less than 2% of tea produced in Japan is farmed organically. Aside from requiring a higher amount of investment and time, one challenge we need to tackle is not just producing organic tea, but organic tea that is delicious.

Every year we plant new seedlings to expand organic tea farm.
- In 2022, we adopted new cultivar, Komakage駒影 and Houshun鳳春.
- In 2023, we adopted new cultivar, Yumewakaba夢若葉 and Ujihikari宇治光.

Thank you for your support, and we look forward to having you on board again this year!

Adoption Process

Since 2020, all of our adopters have had a personalised 絵馬 (ema or wooden plaque) painted in their names and hung at Hakusan Shrine in Yubune, Wazuka-cho, Kyoto.

As per continuing the tradition, each adopter for 2023 will also receive a personalised ema. Hanging an ema up at the shrine is said to bring its owner good luck and good health.