Post by Xellz » Wed Mar 23, 2011 10:07 pm

http://www.japantea.org

Took me some time, but now i'm done. Already had some customers, everything works great. Thanks to free templates i was able to get what i wanted it to look like. But still i want to improve few things, like a separate mod for content pages. I would like to add more content related to Japan and Japanese traditions.

Anyway, would like to hear some comments :)

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Post by Johnathan » Thu Mar 24, 2011 2:16 am

Looks good -- my wife and I love Japanese green tea. I hope everything goes smoothly for you!

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Post by openmycart.com » Thu Mar 24, 2011 7:08 am

nice

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Post by msmith » Thu Mar 24, 2011 6:33 pm

Nice web and nice product.

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Post by Xellz » Thu Mar 24, 2011 9:38 pm

Thanks, it would be nice to combine hobby and a job, but probably it will take a lot of time.
Opencart was quite easy to use, even i could set up it properly and test without web development experience.

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Post by Adoms » Fri Apr 29, 2011 1:54 am

I would say Japanese green tea is really good for health. It will make you fit and smart.At what time do you take tea? I want to know something more about open cart. What is this?

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Post by SapporoGuy » Fri Apr 29, 2011 2:15 am

The wind blows right out into the ocean. Missing my island, phew!
Actually, lots of things have had a run on them but I still haven't seen green tea as being one of them.

You don't sell Mugicha? This is a huge main stable of the Japanese daily intake of tea. Cheap ...

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Post by Xellz » Fri Apr 29, 2011 9:38 pm

I think only cold mugicha is good, especially in summer, there are plenty of different teas that are better hot. Since it's made from barley and not from camellia sinensis, it's necessary to find a different supplier, too much trouble, not worth it yet. Also green tea benefits strongly if you order from country of origin, it's quite sensitive to storage time. Not everything from first flush is processed right away, most of it is stored half-processed. When it's necessary they finish processing and pack it, so basically in most cases tea directly from Japan will have better aroma, more fresh. I don't know much about green teas from other countries, but i think this applies to all green teas.

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Post by SapporoGuy » Fri Apr 29, 2011 11:01 pm

:laugh: :laugh: :laugh: I bet you know more about green tea than 70-80% of Japanese!

They tend to drink blends that I'd probably say are closer to Chinese teas than the traditional teas.
Also, as a side note, most high schools do have a "tea ceremony" class but attendance is only about 10-15 out of 1,000 kids. ::)

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Post by Xellz » Mon May 09, 2011 10:04 pm

May be, but still i don't know that much. There a lot more to learn and taste :) When i get better with japanese, especially kanji's. I want to take exam for japanese tea instructor. For now i get tea from a person with 30+ year experience, he always has some tasty teas :)

2011 season is open now, about a week ago tried my first shincha. Now i'm totally hooked on green tea, no way i can return back to usual tea bags or instant coffee.

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