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Tea in Japan

Nature volume 42, pages 121122 | Download Citation



Y. KOZAI is a Japanese chemist who performed his researches under the control of Dr. Kellner, the Director of the Chemical Laboratory at Tokio. His paper includes the chemical constitution of tea, the effect of tea on mankind, the principal methods of manufacture employed in Japan, and the methods of preparing tea for consumption. These subjects are all treated mainly from the point of view of the analytic chemist. The author appears fairly well acquainted with what the German chemists have done in the matter of tea.

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