Trying Some Japanese Teas with Keiko Suzuki

We saw this posted on the Facebook page of Keiko Suzuki, a dear lady who is starting her exploration into tea, and wanted to share it here as well as on our Facebook group.

The photo:

Her remarks:

I joined the workshop to study new sencha tea cultivars, “Shizukaori” and “Kirari31”.
I learned the background of cultivar, hybrid parent and more.
I review teas of the workshop.
From right, Yabukita, Saemidori, Kirari31 and Okuhikari.
Yabukita is the standard cultivar of Japanese sencha tea.
Saemidori is the cultivar parent of Kirari.
Okuhikari is the cultivar parent of Shizukaori.
I learned these characters

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