April 2018 - Brought to you by Yunomi (https://yunomi.life), with the cooperation of digital marketing company Muramura LLC (http://muramura.kyoto.jp) and Nakakubo Tea Farms in Kyoto, Japan. Using a special time lapse video camera photographing every 5 minutes for about 30 days, we've documented the growth of spring tea leaf, including a 2 week period in which the leaves were covered under shade (to make kabusecha).
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