Michiyo Tsujimura 133rd Birthday Google Doodle Celebrates!

Google on Friday praised the life and tradition of Japanese instructor and organic chemist Michiyo Tsujimura on her 133rd birth commemoration. Michiyo is known for her pivotal logical examination into the healthful advantages of green tea.

Michiyo Tsujimura was brought into the world on this day in 1888 in Okegawa, Japan. She was Japan’s first lady specialist of horticulture in 1932. Aside from her examination, Dr Tsujimura likewise left a mark on the world as a teacher when she turned into the primary Dean of the Faculty of Home Economics at Tokyo Women’s Higher Normal School in 1950.

Tsujimura started investigating the natural chemistry of green tea close by Dr Umetaro Suzuki, acclaimed for his disclosure of nutrient B1. Their joint examination uncovered that green tea contained critical measures of nutrient C — the first of numerous yet obscure atomic mixtures in green tea. In 1929, she confined catechin — an unpleasant element of tea. Then, at that point, the following year, she confined tannin, a considerably more harsh compound.

Today, a stone commemoration to pay tribute to Dr Tsujimura’s accomplishments can be found at her origin of Okegawa City.