Iyemon Tokucha is a famous FOSHU tea drink in Japan.
It is the first FOSHU tea drink to focus on the mechanisms assisting the breakdown of stored body fat.
It contains quercetin glucoside, a type of polyphenol commonly found in vegetables and fruits such as onions, broccoli, and apples that helps break down body fat.
Consumers will never tire of its delicious taste even with daily consumption.
FOSHU (Foods for Specified Health Uses) refers to foods and drinks that have been approved by the Consumer Affairs Agency of Japan as being scientifically proven to be beneficial for maintaining and promoting health.
With the recent increase in health consciousness among consumers in Japan, the FOSHU field has attracted a great deal of attention in the past few years and is expected to expand even more.