Modern Korean correspondents has come to Miyazakien

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.





Wa Kocha at Kurara in Chiryu

Izakaya Kurara in Chiryu City deals with Miyazakien’s Wa Kocha, the Japanese black tea.

Kurara uses local products for food and seasoning, and sticks to handmade. With the concept “Mikawa Slow Food”, they are making shops with the thought of having a body-friendly cuisine slowly enjoyed.

Not only Miyazakien’s tea but also organic vegetables, low fat / low calorie healthy Mikawa red chicken and Oku Mikawa chicken which was grew carefully in the relaxing environment of the nature in Mikawa district and delicious fish stocked every morning around Mikawa Bay. If you care about even one of them, do not hesitate to visit Kurara .