Japan’s tea farms are one of a kind—relentlessly manicured and groomed, tea bushes kept exactly 40 years at which point their diminishing yields require replanting by newer, younger bushes. The easy waves and rows of bushes, rounded by cutting machines, offers an environment it’s hard to feel stressed in.

Surrounded by calming green, you’re presented with the relaxing side of rural Japan, in contrast to the hustling mega-urgent lifestyle of the country’s mega-city capital, Tokyo.


Love your pictures Mel- good luck!

Thank you so much Sian. Take care!

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