Also... Yawatayachaho, your English is fine. No need to apologize for it.
New York, United StatesYawatayachaho wrote:1) Which country do you live?
Honestly, like others have said, I think it doesn't matter. Very cheap Chinese green tea (like Gunpowder and the like) is probably more popular only because of cheap tea bags.2) Which is common in your country Green tea made in Japan or made in China?
Regardless, like others have mentioned, I'd be surprised if most US-Americans could even distinguish the differences between green teas from different countries and regions, so...
I think more people drink green tea because of supposed health benefits (full disclosure: I'm a skeptic and a science nerd; as a result, I'm personally skeptical of tea's health benefits... not closed off, mind you... I just think that more scientific testing is needed before making definitive conclusions) than taste. People often find green tea to be bitter.3) What kind of image for Green tea & Matcha does your nation people have? (healthy, too bitter to drink…something like this)
I'm convinced that this is largely because most people here don't actually know the proper ways of brewing green tea (like proper water temperatures and stuff), all thanks to things like Lipton tea bags and such, which encourage over-steeping in too-hot water and bag-squeezing.
Flavored, definitely. Anyone here who might remember me from when I posted slightly more often knows that I work as a team member for Teavana. We sell way more flavored teas than pure teas.4) Which is famous in your country pure Green tea or Flavor tea? - What kind of flavor does your nation people prefer?
As for what kind of flavor... fruit flavors seem to be the most popular. So, teas with added dried fruits and such. Teavana also has some success with so-called "dessert" flavors, which are largely herbal tisanes that based around rooibos and include things like chocolate pieces, peppermint, marigold, vanilla pieces, caramel pieces, etc.
Another popular style is something called "Southern-Style Sweet Tea". See that link for how I make it with loose-leaf black tea.
I'm just going to co-sign joelbct's answer to this one...5) How much the market price for Green tea & Matcha per 100g.
The taste. Admittedly, I am extremely sensitive towards bitter flavors, and as a result do not like bitter at all. This is why I don't drink beer (for the most part). However, in learning how to brew green teas properly, and favoring lower water temperatures, I have found green tea to be a world of amazing flavors.6) Why do you interested in Green tea?
My favorite is definitely a good Gyokuro, followed by Matcha as well as Tencha. But I also enjoy a good Dragonwell very much, and have discovered green tea from Jeju Island that is wonderful.
Currently, because it's summer, I'm cold-brewing my teas. I cold-brew in pitchers so I can then take the tea on the go. If I'm at home, I'll drink said cold-brewed tea from a glass.7) What kind of situation when you drink Green tea?
In the winter, I usually drink my hot teas at home, as I much prefer to use brewing styles specific to each kind of tea.
I very rarely travel into New York city to visit tea lounges, with my favorite spot being a place called Tea Drunk, although I enjoy other spots, as well.