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Introduction to Komatsuen
Komatsuen is loved by the world
Komatsuen is located in front of Umeiinji Temple, where Jirocho Shimizu is buried, and has been in business since 1958 with the support of local people and tourists from all over Japan, from Hokkaido in the north to Okinawa in the south.
From Hokkaido in the north to Okinawa in the south, we have been in business with the support of tourists from all over Japan.
I want to share the beauty of Shizuoka tea with as many people as possible.
I would like to share the culture of Shizuoka with as many people as possible by talking to as many customers as possible.
Every year, foreign customers from the U.S., Canada, Hawaii, France, Korea, and Taiwan visit our store.
We always have smiles on our faces when they visit us. They are always full of smiles and talk about tea.
We are a small store, but we hope you will stop by.
We sell mainly tea from our own garden.
Komatsuen sells mainly Shizuoka tea from its own farm (Komatsuen Farm).
The Shizuoka tea grown here is treated with plenty of organic fertilizer and is finished with a lot of care.
Rather than simply recommending different teas, we offer a wide variety of teas with different tastes, aromas, and colors depending on where they are grown, the environment, and how they are finished.
We encourage our customers to compare teas from different regions.
We hope you will find your favorite flavor.
Depending on the time of year, we also hold mini-events such as “all-you-can-stuff tea” and “tea candy catching.
There is a free parking lot (four tourist buses can park there).
This is the front of Baiinji Temple, the family temple of Jirocho of Shimizu.
There is also a parking lot that can accommodate four sightseeing buses.
Of course, locals and general customers are welcome to use our parking lot as well.
Shimizu Jirocho’s birthplace is only a five-minute walk from our restaurant.
For tourists, we have a certain amount of 100g vacuum-packed and canned products available for your convenience.
Of course, if you have time, we can pack your favorite items on the spot.
Umeginji Temple is open until 4:00 p.m., so if you are a tourist, please visit Baiinji Temple first!
After visiting the temple, please relax at our store.
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