The Ohara Daiichi Kyodo Tea Association is a tea factory that handles "Yongkon tea" in the Warashina River basin of the Abe River tributary.
"Yongkon tea" was made in four processes when making tea, and it is said that the origin of "Yonkotei" changed to become "Yoncon" (there are various theories). Yongkon tea currently made here is finished with "120 seconds of special steaming of withered tea leaves".
Wilting is a process of evaporating the moisture of tea leaves, and by steaming the picked tea immediately with normal tea making overnight, it does not become shattered even if it is deep steamed for as much as 120 seconds, and it seems to be finished in a deep steamed tea that can be drunk deliciously.
Please try a slightly different deep steamed tea with a refreshing astringency.