Or at least been around Japanese people? My question is, how strong do they make their green tea? I know that the Barry's teabags of black tea that I buy are about 2-3 times the tea you get in the individual teabags they sell here in Spain.
I'm interested in making Ochazuke, which is rice seasoned with various things and then a cup of green tea poured over it. Japanese comfort food! But I can't find out how much tea to use per cup of water.
On the Chinese TV channel we have, I've seen "tea bars" where they basically just toss a pinch or two of green tea in a glass of hot water. But NHK doesn't discuss tea at all beyond the ceremonial kind. I'm wondering about the everyday cuppa.
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