Mîtécha Passion

Exploring the infinite
possibilities of organically grown Japanese tea


Production Area
- From myth to modern times -

Miyazaki & Mie prefectures

Our Japanese tea export production area connected from the mythical world
- Gift of *Amaterasu Omikami’s connection –
*A god that appears as the main god in Japanese mythology.
Believing in the unique inspiration I felt at AmanoIwato where she, Amaterasu Omikami, hid.

Mîtécha’s origin place = Mie and the result of seeking a new frontier = Miyazaki
The word "Mi"=”み” is connected like a mythology history.

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    Miyazaki prefecture
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  • AmanoIwato Mie prefecture

Miyazaki prefecture

Japanese tea keeps being produced since the 1600s.

Annual production
*Semi-finished product = Aracha
3,510 tons (2020)
Tea garden altitude 100m - 800m
Kamairicha Annual production volume No.1 in Japan (*Including producer who won the Emperor's Award)
Wide variety of tea type Steamed Tamaryokucha, Oolongcha, Black tea, Tencha
Wide variety of cultivar choice 12 varieties recommended by the prefecture
Miyazaki prefecture

Mie prefecture

Japanese tea keeps being produced in Suizawacho, Yokkaichi City, Mie Prefecture, since 900 AD. *The relevant historical materials are stored at the Jorinji temple. (*Currently Ichijyoji temple.)

Annual production
*Semi-finished product = Aracha
5,910 tons (2020)
Tea garden altitude 100m - 300m
Northern region Kabusecha (*Annual production volume No.1 in Japan), Tencha
Southern region Fukamushi-Sencha (*Including producer who won the Emperor's Award)
Mie prefecture

Our Japanese Organic Tea Gardens - In search of a sustainable Japanese organic tea garden -

Mîtécha – Organic Japanese tea garden management policy -

Manufacture and processing with machines are subject to "adjustment", but in the management of organic tea gardens, the efforts what we have spent is directly reflected to the results. This is why we never cut corners in our organic tea garden management.

MÎTÉ - Three Initiatives for Japanese Organic Tea Garden Management -

  • policy01

    Wen Old Wisdom New

    Review and practice of traditional methods that value the wisdom
    of our ancestors

  • policy02

    Do not uselessly resist the natural activities of the earth

    Make full use of the gravitational pull of the moon

  • policy03

    Do not go against the strong vitality of nature

    Take advantage of soil produced by overwhelming natural microbial power

Organically grown Japanese tea gardens managed by Mîtécha and our partners/producers are
linked to the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals).

Mîtécha Initiative goals

17 Goals and 169 Targets

17 goals and 169 targets
17 goals and 169 targets 17 goals and 169 targets

*SDGs: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (the 2030 Agenda) is a set of international development goals from 2016 to 2030, which was adopted by
the UN Sustainable Development Summit held in September 2015 building on the success of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
The 2030 Agenda listed “Sustainable Development Goals” consisting of 17 goals and 169 targets in order to eradicate poverty and realize a sustainable world.
The SDGs are universal goals applicable, not only to developing countries but also developed countries,
and pledge “Leave no one behind.” through the implementation process.

Mie-gun, Mie prefecture

Our new attempt at organic tea gardens in development

All for organic Tencha and Matcha production use
Cultivar : Harumidori, Saemidori, Okumidori, Kirari and Saeakari

Mie-gun, Mie prefecture

Saito city, Miyazaki prefecture

More than others, our commitment to organic tea gardens management

Our organic tea gardens, which were rebuilt from zero base from 2016, are the highest quality organic tea gardens that realizes sustainability.
Tea ingredient analysis results : Total nitrogen 7.6% and Free amino acids 5.7%

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Saito city, Miyazaki prefecture

Nishiusuki-Gun Gokasecho-cho, Miyazaki prefecture

Organic tea gardens at an altitude of 600-800 meters

The supreme organically grown Japanese tea produced from organic tea gardens at an altitude of 600 to 800 meters.
Organically grown Japanese tea produced and delivered by the producer who won the Emperor's Award in 2002.

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Nishiusuki-gun Gokasecho-cho,Miyazaki prefecture

Production Attitude - First half -

Raw material processing :
Semi-finished tea = Teancha and Aracha processing

Tencha production line
-Tencha furnace = Brick furnace-

The finest organic Tencha produced by the knowledge and experience with processing by manual control

Tencha - Quality Check -

Aracha production line

- Non-Fermented tea, Semi-Fermented tea and Post-Fermented tea -
We will spare no effort to improve the facilities to provide Japanese tea according to various fermentation conditions.

Aracha - Non Fermented
Aracha - Half Fermented and Fermented -

Production Attitude - Later half -

Finishing process

Matcha production line
-Stone mill processing-

Final processing with a stone mill,
which is indispensable for creating a feeling of melting Matcha in the mouth
that cannot be produced with a general crushing machine.
We provide the supreme quality produced by our commitment to Matcha production,
which averages about 50g per hour.

Passion 06 Japanese Matcha
Aracha - Half Fermented and Fermented -

Various Japanese teas
- Finishing process production line -

Many of our proud items cannot be produced on a fully automated production line, so the producer’s ability is directly reflected in the quality of our final product.

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Aracha - Half Fermented and Fermented -
Aracha - Half Fermented and Fermented -

Insatiable pursuit of
our Japanese organic tea quality - Challenge, Improvement and Development -

Respecting the wisdom of our ancestors
-Wen Old Wisdom New-

Organic tea gardens represent all the achievements we have made.

Introducing our organic tea garden management efforts to achieve sustainability and improve quality by Mîtécha and our producer

Fermenting a soil

Organic matters that sustain microorganisms Ripe cow dung (*Ripe with a large amount of straw), Fallen leaves, Decayed wood chips, etc.
Fermentation detonator Medium-ripe chicken cow dung (*Not dried chicken dung), Raw cow dung, Rice dregs, Fishmeal, etc.
Mineral Soil with high mineral content. Clay, red clay, etc.
Moisture The moisture content in the soil should be from 40% to 60%.

Organic tea garden management according to the moon age

“Moon age”, “Tide”, “Moon shape”, “Crop = Tea tree rhythm”

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“Moon age” Difference according to the moon age (*Leaf color, Bud growth, Insects, etc.)
“Tide” Linked to the content of the difference depending on the moon age
“Moon shape” Linked to the content of the difference depending on the moon age
“Crop = Tea tree rhythm” Linked to the content of the difference depending on the moon age

“See”, “Watch”, “Diagnose”, “Decide”

“See” See the tea tree (What kind of change is happening?)
“Watch” Observe plant physiology (When will it change?)
“Diagnose” Diagnose growth (What is it understand?)
“Decide” Decide how to manage (How will it change?)

Organic putrefactive liquid

High concentration cultivation in spring

Energizing effect


Diversity of organic Japanese tea

We want to deliver you all kinds of organic Japanese tea

High quality Japanese Matcha - Organic -

You can choose the amount of Matcha and the temperature of the water to be used.
Please enjoy a different taste or flavor on a daily basis.

High quality Japanese Matcha - Organic - 1
High quality Japanese Matcha 2

Other ways to enjoy Matcha in different quality grade

You can enjoy our Matcha at your free choice.

Other ways to enjoy Matcha in different quality grade 1
Other ways to enjoy Matcha in different quality grade 2

Supreme quality Gyokuro

Please enjoy the profound charm of the gem as a gift of knowledge, experience and technology.

Gyokuro Gyokuro

High quality Kamairicha - Organic -

The official name is Tamaryokucha roasted in a kettle.
Most Japanese teas are made by steaming after having picked tea leaves.
But Kamairicha is made by roasting in a kettle heated to 400 degrees Celsius.
As a result, you can enjoy a taste and aroma that is a bit different from ordinary Japanese green tea.

Kamairicha Kamairicha


The official name is Steamed Tamaryokucha
The rounded minority of Japanese green tea allows you to fully enjoy an Umami, a unique taste of Japanese green tea.

Tamaryokucha Tamaryokucha

Japanese Oolong tea - Organic -

Please enjoy various elegant flavors and aromas that cannot be tasted with ordinary Japanese green tea.

Oolong tea Oolong tea

KouCha = Japanese black tea - Organic -

We are available a various type of Japanese black tea items like original leaf style, Japanese style = WaKouCha and broken leaf type.

KouCha Japanese black tea

Post-fermented Japanese tea - Organic -

As Japanese tea category, Japanese post-fermented tea is very rare.
Currently, there are only 4 types in Japan.
Batabatach (*Toyama prefecture), IshizuchiKurocha (*Ehime prefecture),
AwaBancha (*Tokushima prefecture) and Goishicha (*Kochi prefecture)
Registered as an intangible folk cultural property in 2018 :
IshizuchiKurocha, AwaBancha (*Registered as an important intangible cultural property in 2021) and Goishicha
Please enjoy the refreshing taste characterized by flavor and acidity.

Post-fermented Japanese tea
Post-fermented Japanese tea