Having the oldest tea plantation area of Shizuoka Prefecture Shizuoka Motoyama Brown says the tea made warashina River abekawa traversing Shizuoka-Shi and its tributaries, watershed area.
Mesophyll is soft compared to plain tea is cultivated on the slopes of the mountain of fog tea, characterized by vivid green. Leaf shape is pungent and the feel of an elegant taste. Filled with a refreshing flavor actually taste very nice, clear and subtle.
Meiji era, from the port of Shimizu for overseas tea exports are thriving and in each region were increases the cultivation of tea. Named by tea farmers think was named "Motoyama tea" tea of this area is still known as Abe tea tea of Abe want to distinguish other regions and Tsukiji Kotaro. It may be Kotaro loves the local tea, there are 'real' and 'home' hot attention that was trapped.
Shimizu region also long history of tea, spread to the Zen master Eisai in the Kamakura period (Eisai Yoshiharu) is Myoe holy priest who handed the tea seeds brought back from China (strange example Shonin) nationwide, the one place the "Suruga of Kiyomi "has been (currently near Shimizu-ku Okitsu) and. Rapid production expansion from 1906 Shimizu and tea is to be exported to foreign direct and became a figure of the current production area.
Shimizu tea is tea in the Kamakura period as the "SURUGA Kiyomi", one of the five regions counted, "shaped like a needle tea leaves" and "Golden" is characterized by the largest and.