tea farmers in Fugenji (Kyotanabe) started corporate wholesale business as "Fugenji
Plantations began retail sale of tea.|
the new name "Maiko no Cha," the sales strategy was revamped
and a direct sales
system to the public was created.|
Since then, MaikoTea has for 5 times won the highest award possible at the Nationwide
Tea Exhibition sponsored by the Minister of Agriculture and Forestry of Japan.
At the Kansai Exhibition, also sponsored by the Minister of Agriculture and
Forestry, MaikoTea has won first prize 6 times in succession.
has also been awarded first prize of the Uji Tax Auditors Office 5 times for the
outstanding condition of the company's books and records.
established a branch office in Muroran City on the island of Hokkaido, Japan.|
MaikoTea created a teahouse
and cafe called "Maiko Cha Boutique," which is located in the center of Kyotanabe.
developed its exclusive line of pure powdered tea in capsules (Pure Maccha Capsules).|
and German web shops are designed (www.maikotea.com). Begining of international
of MaikoShop (www.maikoshop.com). |
Begining to sell finest Japanese arts and
of the first prize awards given by the Minister of Agriculture and Forestry at
nationwide tea exhibitions, the city of Kyotanabe, the locality of Fugenji, and
the company MaikoTea became known throughout all of Japan as producing the highest
quality Gyokuro Green Tea.|