Musubi-no-shiro has a mild taste, with just the right amount of astringency. With its light taste and pleasant aftertaste that fades quickly, it's also a good choice for people trying matcha for the first time. If you would like to prepare your matcha as the thicker koicha, we recommend Tancho-no-mukashi and higher grades.
- This matcha was named by Jimyosai-sosho XIV, the great grand master of the Omote-Senke family of tea masters.
- This grade of matcha is the same as that used for Akebono-no-shiro, which was named by the Ura-Senke family of tea masters.