Have you ever heard of “Asamiya Tea”? It is counted as one of the top five tea brands of Japan, with a history of 1200 years.
Said to be the oldest tea in Japan, when compared to tea produced in other regions Asamiya has larger, thicker leaves that are yellow rather than green, and is characterized by a flavor that blends bitterness and sweetness.
[Places to Enjoy Asamiya Tea]
Yamamotoen With Tea
Enjoy a menu packed with unique items, including Asamiya tea smoothies.
The roll-cake made with Asamiya tea is especially popular.
39-1 Shigarakicho Shimoasamiya, Koga City, Shiga, 529-1842