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In a recent survey conducted on our media site regarding Japanese Tea, the results indicated that most respondents "have an awareness of Japanese Tea".
Today, this special edition will thoroughly explain the history of Japanese Tea as well as the most delicious way to make it. Hopefully, those who share this awareness will read this article!
I found these “yunomi” teacups at the 100-yen shop “DAISO”! Yunomi are a type of cup mainly used for drinking green tea. They’re made in Japan, and, of course, they are only 100 yen each! Let’s get on with the introduction!
“Nihonbashi Fukushimakan MIDETTE” is a shop specializing in Fukushima products located at Nihonbashi area in Tokyo.
The lineup of their products includes the nation’s top quality Japanese sake and fruits among other local specialties. The shop also provides information for Fukushima tourism.
Starting on August 21st 2017, they are going to start an event called “Fukushima Gourmet Fair” where local dishes will be available!
What’s more, with a coupon in our media, you will be receiving a special deal!
We’d like to introduce you to KIMOTO GLASSWARE, a company dedicated to keeping the Edo Kiriko art form alive. Their unique glassware designs that bring tradition and innovation together are so exquisite we simply had to check out their new shop and showroom.
Green Tea Feature Part 5: Want to be healthy? Use the power of catechin in Japanese green tea!Read Later
Green tea represents the soul of traditional Japanese culture. It is also enjoyable for the pronounced sweet and bitter tastes that belie its simplicity. And its reported positive effects on both health and beauty make it a very popular souvenir. However, you may well feel somewhat lost when choosing the right green tea product. With that in mind, I have decided to introduce the charms of green tea in all six upcoming issues.
Today I’d like to share an interesting story relating to green tea. Did you know that the popularity of Japanese green tea, in particular Ito En's Oi Ocha, is booming in America’s Silicon Valley, the home of many of the world’s most cutting-edge IT enterprises?
In part 3 of our green tea feature, I’d like to talk about the relationship between Japanese tea and food.
Green Tea Feature Part 1: For Japan’s Number One Green Tea, look no further than Itoen’s Oi Ocha!Read Later
Green tea represents the soul of traditional Japanese culture. It is also enjoyable for the pronounced sweet and bitter tastes that belie its simplicity.