SHINCHA: Tea farmer Yuji Kurihara starts 2014 harvest!

September 23, 2018

From Yuji Kurihara:

We’re starting to harvest our tea ♪ Three round trips today made between Yabe and Kuroki towns! (^_^;)

This year’s shincha is the best! You can tell just by looking at the leaves! The shininess, tenderness, moistness… ♪

Tonight, we’ll be working all night! (≧∇≦)

Please send us a message to keep us going! ♡

本格的に始まりました♪今日は矢部ー黒木間を3往復!(^_^;)
今年の新茶は最高です!葉っぱ見ただけでわかります。みずみずしさ、モッチリ感、輝いてます♪
早速、夜勤だー!(≧∇≦)。励ましのメッセージお待ちしております♡

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