Hey Everyone! I wasn't planning on posting today but when I saw today google doodle this morning and found it it was dedicated to Michiyo Tsujimura and her work with tea to celebrate what would have been her 133rd birthday I had to write a post all about it, to help people out there learn… Continue reading Michiyo Tsujimura’s Birthday! – A Google Doodle Dedicated To Her Work
Hey Everyone! Thanks for sticking with me while I took a little bit of a break after posting non-stop for two weeks for the Japanese Tea Marathon. I'm back today with a little bit of an update and I'm really hoping that you will all be just as excited as I am about this update… Continue reading We’re Re-branding!
Day 14 of The Japanese Tea Marathon 2021 has arrived; only one more day to go after this. I'm going to miss doing this each morning so much, but I'm thankful I was able to have the experience and share it with all of you as well. Anyway let's talk about today shall we? For… Continue reading The Global Japanese Tea Association – Japanese Tea Marathon- Day 14 | Ibaraki
The last days of the Japanese tea marathon have started to arrive and today for Day 13 we are travelling to Saitama which is one of a few land-locked prefectures and one of the smallest in Japan. However, it has one of the biggest population densities. This can be explained by its geographical location. Saitama… Continue reading The Global Japanese Tea Association – Japanese Tea Marathon- Day 13 | Saitama
Kochi is the largest prefecture in Shikoku island, but its population is the third smallest in Japan. Because 84% of its land covered in forests, Kochi is known as the greenest place in Japan. No surprise then that it has an active timber industry. In fact, a long time ago timber from Kochi was used… Continue reading The Global Japanese Tea Association – Japanese Tea Marathon- Day 7 | Kochi