Okinawa, Japan's southernmost tropical islands, encompasses two thirds of what was formerly known as the Ryukyu Islands. It was a central part of the trade network in East and Southeast Asia which heavily influenced its culture and food.
This Okinawan tea is reminiscent of the diverse flavors of the Ryukyu Kingdom, with a healthy yet flavorful blend of 22 ingredients unique to Okinawa, including wild grasses and reishi mushrooms. Just one sip of this relaxing tea will sweep you away to the tropical islands of Okinawa!
Higaseicha began as a tea store called Sakurazaka in 1951, when the owner’s grandmother started selling tea on the busy main street of Kokusai Dori (lit. “International Road”) in Naha, the capital of Okinawa. Higaseicha was officially established in 1983, focusing on regional Okinawan health products.
How to prepare:Steep 1 tea bag in 150-200ml of hot water, depending on your preferred strength.
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