The origin of the name of Seiteru Yuen is the desire of our predecessors to "protect and convey the origin of tea that is clean, rich, and illuminated by beautiful nature."
"Making tea is difficult from managing the tea garden to harvesting and processing, but I am grateful for the changes in tea in the making process and the encounters with the differences in every day," says Terumi Suzuki, the owner of the garden, who tries to make tea that can be served to customers with a smile on her face.
By commercializing dolls using tea seeds, accessories for tea dyeing, and holding workshops on making walnut buttons, she continues to make efforts to convey the appeal of tea from the perspective of a female gardener.
In search of matcha, which is rare in Shizuoka, Terumi says that she is happy and unforgettable about the customers who came from Niigata and Sapporo. Please enjoy Terumi's tea slowly with compassion as a child and infused with plenty of kindness and affection.