【Sencha】Masui’s Withered Sencha Mirai


Light withered sencha with elegant fragrance.
Manufactured in Kawane, Shizuoka.
Produced from the authentic self developed cultivar “Mirai”.


Single Estate
Kawane, Shizuoka, Japan.

Single cultivar
Mirai (Shizu-7132).

Green Tea
Pesticide-free Sencha.

New Harvest
Spring 2021.

About the manufacturer

Etsuro Masui

President at Masui-en Tea farm

Esturo Masui is a dedicated tea producer of pesticide-free, all-natural, artisan Japanese tea in Kawane, Shizuoka. He has a profound passion for black tea and other fragrant teas.
He also bred some cultivars of his own, and is the discoverer of Japanese GABA black tea with proven health benefits.

Passionate about black tea
deliciously fragrant teas

About the tea cultivar species

Cultivar details - Mirai (Shizu-7132)

Etsuro Masui

The Mirai cultivar is an unregistered cultivar species, derived from the Shizu-7132 cultivar by the farmer himself. 

It is a cultivar with roots in Shizuoka and produces a light and fresh aroma which can sometimes be reminiscent of cherry blossoms in green tea. Etsuro has told me that Mirai is also the name of his daughter. It is up for speculation though whether he named his new cultivar discovery after his daughter, or if he named his daughter after the cultivar species.

Brewing guidelines

Suggested measurements for 1 portion.

Amount of tea


Water temperature


Water amount


Steeping duration

40 sec

Suggested no. of infusions: [3]

Additional comments:

This is a slightly withered sencha.
You may want to raise the brewing temperature over successive brews to release more of its aroma.

【Sencha】Masui’s Withered Sencha Mirai



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Weight45 g




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