NaturaliTea Shincha Tea Picking Event

March 24, 2015

Shop Here for 2015 Shincha Tea

Shincha season is on its way this year.

This year marks our 39th year of the tea picking event we have been holding to share the beautiful shincha green tea field.

We are expecting people from different parts of the world to gather in our shincha tea field. Events such as tea picking, hand-rolling tea, horseback riding will be held for both adults and children to enjoy.

【Date and Time】
April 25(Sat) – 26(Sun), 2015
(from 1:00PM on 25th until after lunch on 26th)

【Venue】
Yamabiko Space; 1417 Takizawa, Fujieda-shi, Shizuoka Prefecture

【Fee】 
Adults 7,000 yen
Children(Elementary-junior high: additional fee for beddings) 4,000 yen
(Fee includes Shincha gift, 3 meals, alcohol and drinks for get-together dinner. Partial participation available).
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