I'm considering it, but then again, I also know I will get a zillion emails asking about it if I don't have a certificate showing exactly how many bq / kg. Even then, as this thread has shown, it won't satisfy everyone. I think Shizuoka tea is safe right now based on the levels I have seen and I really want to sell it again but without a certificate, it's going to cause major headaches. I contacted one grower, he has a certificate for "raw" leaf but we all know by now that's not going to cut it. Aracha is more concentrated, and in many areas of Shizuoka the levels are not completely zero. The new, strict "safe" levels for tea in Japan are now 100 bq/kg for aracha, 50 bq/kg for liquid/bottled tea.
By the way, EU customs will not allow large bulk shipments that show anything higher than 2 or 3 bq/kg. For all practical purposes, that is zero.
So from my perspective, I'd rather wait for it to be crystal clear.
Please note: Den's says "raw" leaves. Aracha is a completely different story because it's way more concentrated. The accepted standard is aracha, not raw leaves!