The beginning of Uji Tea  (Kamakura period)

Monument to Komano Ashikage En

The establishment and early scenes of Uji Tea (Muromachi period – Warring States period – the early Edo period)

Okunoyama Chaen

Kosho-ji Temple, Mt. Buttoku

Asahi Pottery

A tea plantation in the Shirakawa region

Inayazuma Doctor’s Tea Field

The Townscape of Nakauji

Ujikawa river

Ujibashi bridge

Tsuen Chaya

Hashidera Houjouin temple

The birth and new scenes of Sencha (green tea of middle grade) and Gyokuro (refined green tea) / Sencha (the early Edo period – the mid-Edo period)

Kaijyusenji Temple, Mt. Fudarakusan

Obaku-san Manpuku-ji Temple

Birthplace of Nagatani Soen

A view of the tea fields, tea growers, and tea wholesalers of Yuyadani

The tea fields of Yufune, Harayama

Kontai-ji Temple on Mount Jubuzan

The birth and new scenes of Sencha (green tea of middle grade) and Gyokuro  (refined green tea) / Gyokuro (the late Edo period)

Nagare Bridge and Hamacha

Inooka tea field

The modern scenes of Uji Tea (the end of Edo period – Showa period)

Taga region “Mori no Chaen” (Forest Tea Garden)

The tea fields of Dosenbo, Takao, Tayama, and Imayama

Kamikoma tea
wholesale district

The tea fields of Ishitera, Shirasu, Erihara, and Kamatsuka

Kasagi Ariichi Tea Fields and Cableway

Approach for the inheritance of Uji Tea and tea culture

Uji Shrine

Ujikami Shrine

Hand-Kneading Techniques for Producing Uji-cha

Famous Water Drawing Ceremony

Chatsubo Kuchikiri no Gi

Chasen-zuka Kuyo

Kyoto Prefectural Kizu Highschool with attached tea Garden and tea factory.

Kyoto Prefectural Tea Tree Cultivation Exam Center