Some articles on tea, thin, thin tea:
... There are two main ways of preparing matcha for tea ceremony thick (濃茶, koicha?) and thin (薄茶, usucha?), with the best quality tea leaves used in preparing thick tea ... Historically, the tea leaves used as packing material for the koicha leaves in the tea urn (茶壺, chatsubo?) would be served as thin tea ... Japanese historical documents about tea ceremony that differentiate between usucha and koicha first appear in the Tenmon era (1532–55) ...
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The little black cat with bright green eyes
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