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In Japanese mythology, Inari is considered the god or goddess of prosperity and agriculture, especially rice and tea. Inari may also be the most popular kami in all of Japan as more than 1/3 of all Shinto shrines across the country are dedicated to her. Traditionally, foxes or kitsune were her messengers; in modern interpretation, many people believe the goddess herself takes the form of a fox. This blend of sencha and rice, also called genmaicha, is the perfect offering to honor Inari.

Tradition: Japan

Tasting Notes: toasty, rice, slightly sweet

Ingredients: green tea, roasted rice, and popped rice

Recommended Reading: Japanese Mythology by Matt Clayton and the Kojiki by No Yasumaro Ō

Size: 20g