Origin: Ureshino, Saga Prefecture, Kyushu
Infuses to a light green color, and stays very smooth through 3-4 infusions. The taste displays amami (sweetness) with slightly nutty and herbaceous notes.
Ureshino has a long history of tea growing in Japan going back over 500 years, with techniques brought from China. It is also famous for natural hot springs and delicious yokan (sweet bean jelly) from the town of Omi that goes perfectly with Ureshino teas.