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Thanks to the following historical event, it is still popular for many Japanese people to drink Obukucha after adding some dried ume (Japanese apricot) and konbu (kelp) to a cup of Japanese tea to pray for peace and prosperity.
History about Obukucha
About 1070 years ago, a great Buddhist priest Kuya is said to have cured many sick people in Kyoto by offering cups of Japanese tea to them.
The tea was also offered to Emperor Murakami.
So the tea has been called Obukucha (this means the tea drunk by the king or emperor).