Sencha is one of Japan’s most popular and beloved teas and is often served at every meal. Higher grades tend to have more delicate flavor profiles. A crisp and clean cup with notes of freshly steamed edamame. If you’re new to green tea (and the vibrant teas of Japan in general), this would be a great place to start.In general, the subtle, vegetative flavor and aroma of most sencha green teas are well suited to mild or subtly-flavored foods, such as seafood, rice, salads, melon or chicken. It pairs particularly well with Arugula salads and lightly steamed vegetables.