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Monday, March 20, 2006

 

Japanese Green Tea - Ocha - Japanese Vending Machine

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In Japan, everwhere you go, you see a vending machine like the following.



These vending machine is called "Ji Dou Han Bai Ki".

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You know, some of them are very advanced, in which you can even use
your mobile phone to pay for a drink.
This new technology was originally brought by the Japanese mobile company
called NTT Docomo, but now another mobile companies called KDDI Au is also
utilizing its technology.
Take a look at the following site.
This video shows how this technology can be used in Japanese shops,
vending machine and even in a rail way.
http://www.au.kddi.com/ezweb/service/ez_felica/bb_contents/index.html


Unlike a Westen's vending machine, there are many different types of drinks
you can buy from a sinlge vending machine.
The most popular one is probably Japanese Green Tea called "Ocha".


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Ocha is traditional drink for all of us, and we think that decrease the possiblity
of having a cancer by drinking green tea everyday.

That's right.
Drinking green tea is very healthy for you, and you can even drink it everyday!
By the way, if you would like to buy green tea, I would recommend the following site
which was interviewed by the Discovery channel.
They deliver to you a fresh Japanese green tea from JAPNA!!





Japanese Green Tea - Ocha

green tea


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