This is the premium Gyokuro which is produced in traditional method.
Leaves are grown for about 1 month in the shade of the roof which is made with rice straw.
Minerals of rice straws will drop down with morning drew to the soil of tea garden.
Pale light through rice straw roof and the minerals will make this Gyokuro very tasty.
Asamiya is the oldest tea garden place in Japan.
Located near by Uji, but more high altitude place.
These tea gardens are often covered with morning fog and it will give stronger "Umami" on taste.
This Sencha is "Asamushi"(浅蒸し）style which is traditional Japanese tea style.