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what type of tea is served at sukiya ? 2013/4/3 11:18
Hello everyone, so i went to japan in september of last year went to sukiya to eat gyudon and it came with a glass of cold tea wich i liked but because of language barriers could not find out what type of tea it was, anyway thanks for the help in advance
by rokero  

Re: what type of tea is served at sukiya ? 2013/4/3 21:46
Probably (mugi-cha; barley tea).
It's very popular cold tea in Japan.
In the summer, you can see the pet-bottles like this in every convenience stores.
http://goo.gl/BUZl5
And tea-bags in all supermarkets.
http://www.itoen.co.jp/products/list/products_detail/id=4918
http://www.ishigakifoods.co.jp/page024.html#%E9%BA%A6%E8%8C%B6
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Re: what type of tea is served at sukiya ? 2013/4/4 11:15
I just ate there the other day and it is definitely Mugicha.
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Re: what type of tea is served at sukiya ? 2013/4/4 13:58
Thanks for the help guys
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Re: what type of tea is served at sukiya ? 2013/4/5 02:36
Love mugicha! the iced version is so refreshing, definitely beats drinking soda in the summer.
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