The full moon tea ceremony is about two weeks away. Although I’d like to say, preparation is going well, Obon holiday was quickly finished preparing for organic certification, and was forced to weed out last weekend. Yesterday we finally got a prospect of lighting, the performers came last week, talking about various preparations. This is second year to have the full moon tea ceremony. The leaf you picj in this event will be used for making the Japanese black tea, Wa Kocha. In developing Wa Kocha, we tried various fermentation of various tea leaves of various periods in various ways and how the taste and scent change. As a result, […]
Today, we had a meeting of the full moon tea ceremony held on 6th September. As the name suggests, the full moon tea ceremony is an event where tea ceremonies are held at the tea plantation of the Miyazakien, on the evening of the full moon when the moon, the earth and the sun line up in line. You can experience tea picking in the tea field or have tea at the full moon tea ceremony stage. In addition, performance of the erhu, the koto and the violin participate with the ceremony. You can also appreciate the dim sum of the restaurant “Ichimasu”. It will soon become quorum. If […]
[Additional note 2] Unfortunately, 6th September we are forecasting unseasonable weather, so we will postpone holding the full moon tea ceremony on 6th October. We are informing it to those who applied for participation. [Additional notes] 26th August, 2017, The application was closed due to application reached its capacity. Thank you everybody. Let’s meet at the full moon tea ceremony stage. In Japan, Bon Festival holiday has started. Miyazakien is busy for welcoming many tourists at our shop. Well, this year the full moon tea ceremony season will come soon. We will havA tea ceremony while picking tea on a full moon night. On the full moon night on the coming […]
The other day, the modern Korean correspondents coming to Japan from Korea visited Miyazakien and experienced tea picking. In Okazaki they were touched upon the history of Tokugawa Ieyasu and the Korean correspondent in the Edo period, and they also enjoyed interacting with local high school students. Ms Naoko JIN, the representative director of NPO Bridge for Peace, presided over by the West Mikawa version of the Chunichi Shinbun on 11th August, that this international exchange activity is being reported. It was a very meaningful opportunity for Miyazakien to be able to play the part of international friendship activity. Thank you very much for everyone involved. 保存保存保存保存 保存保存 保存保存 […]
We are proudly annoncing that “the Japanese black tea ‘Wa kocha’ whole tour” will be held on 3rd Septembre at Miyazakien. The tour is supported by Great Nagoya tours Executive Committee as “Great Nagoya Tours.” On the tour, you can enjoy tea picking, drying and fermentation work of tea making, and also tea tasting, as well as soft tea cream using the Japanese black tea, Wakocha. Do not miss the opportunity to touch Japanese tea and Japanese-born tea you need for living in Japan! For details, please see the page of Great Nagoya Tours “Japanese tea ceremony” Tea ceremony whole “tour” on the committie web site.