Matcha is the oldest type to exist in Japan. To prepare it for use, it was ground in the traditional way among good tea shops, using stone mills. It is rather bitter and not well-liked among foreign people, as a rule. Drinking tea was not common among the people until this century when the technology improved so it was economical enough, through mass production, for the people to buy and enjoy it. Other types of tea were drunk, some of which are still with us.
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