We had a booth at World Tea Farms Festival in Wazuka, Kyoto for two days. There are many young tea farmers working and learning from each other in Wazuka. There seem no abandoned tea farms there. That’s wonderful, but I hate to say that it is not the case in Shizuoka… I guess this is because the price of Matcha is not too low. I hope these well-kept farms last for a long time, despite the hardship of TPP…
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