[YOJIYA] The summer-only product ‘Aburatorigami Matcha’ will be on sale all year round.


Aburatorigami Matcha green tea will be available exclusively at Yojiya shops in Kyoto from 1 July 2024 (Mon). While the convenience and sebum-absorbing properties of Aburatorigami remain the same as the standard product, Aburatorigami itself is made from Uji Matcha tea leaves, which are representative of Kyoto.

Aburatori-gami available only in Kyoto.

YOJIYA is increasing the opportunities for customers to pick up a YOJIYA brand throughout Japan with the aim of making it a brand that is loved in everyday life, and we wanted to offer something memorable to customers who visit YOJIYA for sightseeing in Kyoto. Aburatorigami Matcha is available exclusively in Kyoto.
Aburatorigami Matcha (green tea) has the soothing and sebum-absorbing properties of our standard Aburatorigami, but with Kyoto’s Uji Matcha green tea leaves strained into the paper.

Aburatorigami – Matcha Green Tea (20 Sheets)
3 pieces 1,500 yen, 5 pieces 2,450 yen, 10 pieces 4,800 yen

Stores handling the product.
Gion Main Store, Sagano Arashiyama Store, Kiyomizu Sanneizaka Store, Kiyomizu Store, Kinkakuji Store, Daimaru Kyoto Store, JR Kyoto Isetan Store, Kyoto Station Karasuma Central Exit Corner & Hachijo Exit Corner



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