Akio Kurihara-san shares a photo of tea field undergoing restoration

November 12, 2014

茶畑再生プロジェクト。
今日は曇り空で風が強く肌寒い。でもこの山からの景色を見ると晴れやかな気分になりました。
頑張りましょう。一歩ずつ。

Tea field restoration project.
Today was cloudy, very windy, and chilly. But this view from the mountain brightened me up.
Let’s work hard. Step by step.

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