Brewing

●Competition Winner Ocha(for one cup -60mL)

Competition Winner Ocha (For one cup ? 60mL)
Amount of Ocha: 3g (1 heaping teaspoon)
Amount of hot water: 60mL
Water temperature: 60 degrees C
Steeping time: 90 sec

Infusion: up to 2-3 times

Fukamushi Sencha

●Fukamushi Sencha (Deep-steamed Sencha/ For one cup ? 60mL)

Amount of Ocha: 2.5g (1 level teaspoon)
Amount of hot water: 60mL
Water temperature: 70 degrees C
Steeping time: 40 sec

Infusion: up to 2-3 times

How to prepare Fukamushi Sencha

How to prepare Fukamushi Sencha

For one serving,
Amount of Ocha: 2.5g (1 level teaspoon)
Amount of hot water: 60mL / 2.0 fl oz
Water temperature: 70 degrees C / 158 degrees F
Steeping time: 40 sec
Infusion: up to 2-3 times
These numbers will change depending on Ocha

Preparing for 2 servings
1) Preparing Ocha
Put the Ocha into Kyusu 2 level teaspoons

2) Preparing hot water
The water in the thermos is about 90 degrees C / 194 degrees F
We need to cool the water down to 70 degrees C / 158 degrees F  
Pour water into each Yunomi  
Now 80 degrees C / 176 degrees F
Pour water into Yuzamashi (water cooler)
Now 70 degrees C / 158 degrees F

Tip: When hot water is transferred to another container, the temperature will drop about 5-10 degrees C / 9-18 degrees F

Pour the water into Kyusu

3) 1st Steeping
Wait for 40 seconds

4) Pouring Ocha
Pour Ocha into each Yunomi little by little
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This method is called Mawashi-tsugi
Pour to the last drop

Now the 1st cup of Ocha is ready!

5) 2nd Steeping
Pour hot water from the thermos directly into Kyusu
Pour Ocha right away
Do Mawashi-tsugi as well
Pour to the last drop

Enjoy the 2nd cup of Ocha!

Genmaicha

●Genmaicha (For one cup ? 100mL)

Amount of Ocha: 3g (1.5 teaspoon)
Amount of hot water: 100mL
Water temperature: Boiling water
Steeping time: 30 sec

Infusion: once

How to prepare Genmaicha

How to prepare Genmaicha

For one serving,
Amount of Ocha: 3g (1 heaping teaspoon)
Amount of hot water: 100mL / 3.4 fl oz
Water temperature: Boiling water
Steeping time: 30 sec
Infusion: once

These numbers will change depending on Ocha


Preparing for 2 servings

1) Preparing Ocha
Put the Ocha into Kyusu
2 heaping teaspoons

2) Preparing hot water
The water in the thermos is about 90 degrees C / 194 degrees F
Pour hot water from the thermos directly into Kyusu

3) Steeping
Wait for 30 seconds

4) Pouring Ocha
Pour Ocha into each Yunomi little by little
This method is called Mawashi-tsugi
Pour to the last drop

Now the Genmaicha is ready!

Hojicha

●Hojicha (For one cup ? 100mL)

Amount of Ocha: 3g (1.5 teaspoon)
Amount of hot water: 100mL
Water temperature: Boiling water
Steeping time: 30 sec

Infusion: once

How to prepare Hojicha

How to prepare Hojicha

For one serving,
Amount of Ocha: 3g (1.5 teaspoons)
Amount of hot water: 100mL / 3.4 fl oz
Water temperature: Boiling water
Steeping time: 30 sec
Infusion: once

These numbers will change depending on Ocha

Preparing for 2 servings
1) Preparing Ocha
Put the Ocha into Kyusu
3 teaspoons

2) Preparing hot water
The water in the thermos is about 90 degrees C / 194 degrees F
Pour hot water from the thermos directly into Kyusu

3) Steeping
Wait for 30 seconds

4) Pouring Ocha
Pour Ocha into each Yunomi little by little
This method is called Mawashi-tsugi
Pour to the last drop

Now the Hojicha is ready!

Wakocha

●Wakocha (Japanese black tea/ For one cup ? 100mL)

Amount of Ocha: 2g (1 teaspoon)
Amount of hot water: 100mL
Water temperature: Boiling water
Steeping time: 3-5 min

Infusion: once

How to prepare Wakocha

How to prepare Wakocha

For one serving,
Amount of Ocha: 2g (1 teaspoon)
Amount of hot water: 100mL / 3.4 fl oz
Water temperature: Boiling water
Steeping time: 3~5 min
Infusion: once

These numbers will change depending on Ocha

Preparing for 2 servings
1) Preparing Ocha
Put the Ocha into Kyusu
2 teaspoons

2) Preparing hot water The water in the thermos is about 90 degrees C / 194 degrees F
Pour hot water from the thermos directly into Kyusu

3) Steeping
Wait for 3~5 minutes

4) Pouring Ocha
Pour Ocha into each Yunomi little by little
This method is called Mawashi-tsugi
Pour to the last drop

Now the Wakocha is ready!

How to Cool Hot Water

90 degrees C / 194 degrees F: Pour directly from a thermos to Kyusu. When using a kettle, bring the water to a boil, wait for a minute after turning off the heat, and pour.

80 degrees C / 176 degrees F: First pour the boiling water from a thermos/kettle into each cup, then to Kyusu.

70 degrees C / 158 degrees F: First pour the boiling water from a thermos/kettle into each cup, then to Yuzamashi (water cooler. If you don’t have one, use any container such as a mug cup or soup bowl), and then to Kyusu.

(When hot water is transferred to another container, the temperature will drop about 5-10 degrees C / 9-18 degrees F)

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