[와쿠와쿠] 와쿠와쿠 일본어 강의 동영상 48강 : 일본의 마시는 "차" 종류와 이와 관련한 표현
When exploring and learning about Japanese culture, you're sure to run into this one particular drink that is served at almost all meals. It's tea, ocha! In Japan there's even art forms and ways of life devoted to tea such as "Sadou" and "Senchadou" (way of tea). While many of you have probably tried and experienced green tea in it's various forms, here's a lesson to help with any confusion and provide a better understanding of the wide variety of tea there is. So go try out some of these different types of teas and remember their Japanese names!
Ocha - tea
Sadou / senchadou - way of tea / tea ceremony
사도- / 센챠도
차 마시는 법 / 다도
Ocha wo nomu - to drink tea
おちゃを のむ／お茶を 飲む
Ocha wo ireru - to brew tea
おちゃを いれる／お茶を いれる
차를 타다 / 차를 끓이다
Maccha wo tateru - preparing tea (whisking powder tea and hot water)
抹茶を たてる／まっちゃを たてる
Maccha - type of green tea (often in powder form)
Sencha - tea leaves
Bancha - green tea (made from out of season tea leaves, lower quality)
(질이 낮은) 엽차
Genmaicha - roasted brown rice mixed with green tea leaves
Houjicha - roasted green tea leaves
딱딱한 찻잎을 센 불에 쬐어 말린 것. 또는 그것을 우린 엽차.
Mugicha - barley tea
Ryokucha - "Japanese tea" (green tea)
Koucha - western black tea (lit. red tea)
Hakucha - white tea (Chinese teas)
しらちゃ [시라챠 白茶] 연한 갈색, 담갈색
しらちゃける [시라챠케루 白茶ける] 바래서 희부옇게 되다.
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