Making Japanese Green Tea

Step 1

Prepare a teapot and teacup and warm them up.

Step 2

Throw away the water from the already-warmed-up teapot. Insert a calculated amount of tea leaves. (2~3 g for each person).

Step 3

Instil how water with temperature ranging from 60 to 80 degree Celsius and leave it like that for 1~2 minutes.

Step 4

Throw away the water from teacups. Pour the tea from the teapot with the concentration distributed evenly into every cup. Make sure not to leave a single drop inside the teapot. From the 2nd brew of tea, the quality gets better than the 1st brew and it takes a shorter time.


Making High Quality Green Tea

Step 1

Pour boiling water into cooled hot water. Instil hot water also into teapot and teacups to warm them up.

Step 2

Throw away the water from the already-warm teapot and insert a calculated amount of tea leaves (4 g or each).

Step 3

Instil the cooled hot water which is around 50 to 60 degree Celsius into the teapot and leave it steaming for 1.5 ~2.5 minutes. Wait until the warmth has reached the teapot’s lid.

Step 4

Throw away the water from teacups. Instil the tea from the teapot with the concentration distributed evenly into every cup. Make sure not to leave a single drop left. Instil the 2nd brew of tea into cooled hot water. (From the 2nd brew onward, the tea gets better.


Making Thin Tea

Step 1

Prepare a teapot in advance. Instil hot water into the teacups to warm them up.

Step 2

Throw away the water and put tea leaves into the teapot.

Step 3

Instil hot water again and leave it steaming for 1~2 minutes. In the case of making Chinese black tea, throw away the water used for the 1st time to wash the tea wares.

Step 4

Pour the tea into each cup with even amount.


Making Cold Tea

Step 1

Insert the number of tea leaves according to how many guests you have.

Step 2

Instil cooled mineral water (or clean water) and wait until the tea leaves open by themselves.

Step 3

Instil it into a glass with ice in it. Use a sieve if the tea leaves are in danger of falling into the cup. (The Japanese green tea, deep-steamed, is most suitable for this method. Also, tea bags are very fitting for this method.).


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