Japan and China: Tea

Alexpappas in Japundit blogs a news report about Japanese merchants in taking tea back to China as it is the biggest potential market: Affluent Chinese are paying as much as 6,000-7,000 yen for 100 grams for the finest-grade longjing tea, often bought as gifts…

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  • I don’t know if the local in China will like Japanese tea, after all both Japanese tea and chinese green tea has different taste. Maybe the younger generation will accept it but not the older generation.

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