I've burned hundreds of Fuji and generic TY T01, T02, G01, G02 and have yet to see a single reason to think they are any different. The thing most remarkable about any of them is the LACK of variation.
99% of what you read about Fuji media being any different is baloney, based on limited experience with one particular drive and/or one batch of media. There is always variation between batches of any media, and TY is no exception. Suggesting that Fuji is any more likely to be better or worse than generic TY is wrong. Unless one is burning many different samples on many different drives, there's no way to make that statement credibly.
And, once again, there's no such thing as "value" TY or "premium" TY. At least not in the sense that it's referred to here.
There are differences in media in the European market compared to the USA, but if it's Fuji made in Japan it should be TY. TY will of course always have the characteristic spindle box.