O-cha: Japanese green tea お茶

  • Published on : 12/08/2015
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Shades of Green

Green tea is often misunderstood by westerners visiting Japan. Yet this is the most typical Japanese taste, which is found everywhere: in drinks, pastries, and noodles and more. Here is a short guide to green tea in Japan.

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