Natural Tea made in Shizuoka, Ihachi Nouen

Shizuokagourmet has always strived to promote local crafts and the people of Shizuoka. We want to go further with this idea and we are proud to tell you we are launchin an online store with via our partner ZenMarket !

This is an important step for us as it will help us to continue publishing, writing new articles and promote Shizuoka Prefecture and its beautiful people !

We want to introduce to people some products we believe are originals, unique, and the result of our numerours research and contact. This is a first step for us, but also for a lot of craftsmen for whom it is also the first time. We are happy the choosed to work with us in this adventure ! Lots of items you will find are not available elsewhere than Japan, except in our store. Interesting, right ?

For those who don’t know ZenMarket, it is an online platform, where you can make your own store. Our role is mainly oriented in the promotion of products (translation, selection, layour and other things !). Once the order is ready, it will be between the seller via ZenMarket and you ! It is also totally safe.

This time let me introduce again Ihachi Nouen with my friend Shigeta ! We already made a video about him !

Here are the products pages :

https://zenmarket.jp/fr/s/japanecdote/ihachi_6e?id=0e0b6ae8-3fcf-4e4d-96e3-505a0d64588c

https://zenmarket.jp/fr/s/japanecdote/

When one pronounces “Shizuoka”, unconsciously images of tea fields are flooding in the minds of the Japanese.

It is in this Prefecture, its most distant mountains, along the Abe River that for 15 generations the Shigeta family has been producing tea at an altitude of 450 m.

An important turning point was taken when Seiji Shigeta, concerned about his consumers and their health, started the farming of a tea free of chemical pesticides and free of fertilizers.

In symbiosis with nature but also his father, sharing the same values within a nature whose has its own rules, Takuya Shigeta wishes to perpetuate this rigorous tradition. Ihachi Nouen wants to protect its ethical values ​​but also its consumers.

The struggle with nature and weeds, torn out by hand, meticulously, is always rewarded by a climate where insects and plants are living together. This unique ecosystem will become the nectar that Ihachi Nouen want to deliver to you.

Fertilizers are also carefully selected, and are themselves part of the infusion process, irrigating the soil with a thousand virtues: Fish flour, soy flour (okara), rice bran and micro-organisms come together to fertilize the soil of this mountainous region.

Nature is collaborating with Ihachi Nouen to create products respectful of the environment.

https://youtu.be/hZOe1GlT7Qg

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