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Many people associate the matcha with Japan, but for the first time they began to make it in ancient China. It was powdered tea made from leaves grown in the shade. The collected leaves were doused with steam, dried, and then grinded up almost into powder, and then used for tea and infusions.
Matcha came to Japan in 1191 and was very much adored by the local aristocracy, while in China it was already forgotten.
And more recently, the whole world fell in love with the matcha.