The full moon seen from the tea plantation of Miyazakien in September

雲に隠れる満月

The weather forecast predicted a rain probability of 60%, but yesterday which I was planning for a full moon tea ceremony on, although the clouds were spreading, it had been a night somehow we could see the full moon.

20170906満月
太陽のように明るく輝く満月の月の出

The picture here is the appearance of the moon watching  from the full moon tea ceremony stage in the tea field in front of the shop of the Miyazakien. Due to the setting of the performance and shooting conditions of old camera we used, but indeed, there is brightness like daytime.


   The tea ceremony has been postponed, but since it is a big opportunity, we have confirmed various things such as the brightness of the full moon and the condition of the lighting. Without lighting, evening fields are so dark. There are soils, stones, tea trees, etc. Truly, it seems a little unsafe if someone walk around the field without any light. And also there were some mosquitos (we hope they will be few in October …), it may be cool or even cold at night in October,  so long-sleeved shirts and pants looks good. Heels are dangerous, so we’d like to ask for easy walking shoes.


20170906満月の夜(店の前から月の出を見る)   The picture on the right is from the front of our store. After checking the moon out at the stage of the field, turning on the lights and going into the field, moving around the field, walking down the field and coming in front of the shop was just the moon out. After all, after watching the appearance of the moon on the stage of the tea plantation, it goes down and has passed for more than 30 minutes before checking out the moon in front of the shop. The mountain is getting closer to that extent, which means that there is a difference in the height of the field. It is unique to the tea plantation in the middle mountain area.

Either way, we will show you when the due date approaches. Everyone, please look forward to the ceremony.

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