J-Weekly Features Kei Nishida's Article

September 26, 2018

J-Weekly Features Kei Nishida's Article

On September 21st 2018 issue of J-Weekly, Kei Nishida's article about Japanese green tea was featured on full page.  

J-Weekly is Japanese newsletter in San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California circulating 33,000 copies every Friday. 

J weekly tea special

J-Weekly approached Kei to write about Japanese green tea in their special fall gourmet issue.  

Kei wrote an article explaining differences between popular three types of Japanese green tea: Matcha, Sencha and Gyokuo. 

If you read Japanese, you can read the full article at their online back-number page at this link. (Page 12)

J weekly tea article by Kei Nishida

If you do not read Japanese, Kei has written a similar article explaining different types of Japanese green tea at below article.

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