The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries publishes regular reports about the tea industry (in Japanese). And the May 2016 report had a breakdown of the tea plant cultivars most common grown in Japan as of 2014.
Sayama Kaori: 2%
Kanaya Midori: 1%
Others: 7% (there are some 200 cultivars registered in Japan)
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