The below was originally posted in Japanese on May 17, 2013. We missed it so didn’t translate it until now.
What do you mean stop? (haha)
Well, when you harvest the tea leaves,
if there is something else sticking out,
then you’ll cut and mix it into the leaves too.
I’m harvesting tea leaves today with one of my apprentices, “Marty”!
The early summer wind feels nice!!
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The City of Shimada in #Japan’s largest production region for #tea, #Shizuoka Prefecture, has a rap music video in English/Japanese/French (French rap sounds pretty cool). All the cool dance scenes are at a temple rather than the #teafields which disappoints but all in all I...
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