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Question 1: ________, and powdered tea along with it, were brought to Japan in 1191 by the monk Eisai.
VajrayanaGuan YinZenPure Land Buddhism

Question 2: This slows down growth, turns the leaves a darker shade of green and causes the production of ________ that make the resulting tea sweeter.
L-DOPAMetabolismAmino acidAmino acid synthesis

Question 3: Matcha (抹茶?, pronounced [mat.tɕa][1]) refers to finely-milled ________.
Japanese tea ceremonyBlack teaGreen teaTea culture

Question 4: It is used in castella, manjū, and monaka; as a topping for kakigori; mixed with milk and sugar as a drink; and mixed with salt and used to flavour ________ in a mixture known as matcha-jio.
SobaTempuraSushiFast food

Question 5: [3] Preparation and consumption of powdered tea was formed into a ritual by ________ (Chan) Buddhists.
BuddhismPure Land BuddhismGuan YinZen

Question 6: If the sieved matcha is to be served at a ________, then it will be placed into a small tea caddy known as a chaki.
Chinese tea cultureTea cultureJapanese tea ceremonyGreen tea

Question 7: In ________ China (618-907), tea leaves were steamed and formed into tea bricks for storage and trade.
Song DynastyHan DynastyMing DynastyTang Dynasty

Question 8: Because matcha can be bitter, it is traditionally served with a small ________ sweet[6] (intended to be consumed before drinking), and without added milk or sugar.
TeaWagashiJapanTang Dynasty

Question 9: The cultural activity called the ________ centers on the preparation, serving, and drinking of matcha.
Chinese tea cultureJapanese tea ceremonyGreen teaTea culture

Question 10: In modern times, matcha has also come to be used to flavour and dye foods such as mochi and ________ noodles, green tea ice cream and a variety of wagashi (Japanese confectionery).
UdonJapanese cuisineSobaSushi


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