Atsushi Umemura, the representative of Miyazakien, awarded the Chunichi Agriculture Prize Excellence Award hosted by the Japanese one of most quality news paper company, Chunichi Shimbun. In the last year of Heisei, it was the only recipient from Aichi Prefecture. We are very happy and proud of it. The award was published in the morning edition of the Chunichi Shimbun on the following day. Thank you to everyone involved. The Chunichi Agriculture Prize has been awarded to young farmers working on new agriculture and regional development in the nine central prefectures (Aichi, Gifu, Mie, Shizuoka, Nagano, Toyama, Ishikawa, Fukui, Shiga) in Japan since 1940 (Showa 15). It is a historical […]
Miyazakien is featured in “Oishii”, an English-language Japanese food magazine in Singapore We have obtained the consent to translate the article and post it on this site. Eat and rest well in the Aichi Highlands – 愛知高原でよく食べて，よく休んで After a detox holiday in the countryside here, Aichikogen-Okumikawa, you’ll return feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. ここ，奥三河の愛知高原で休暇をすごせば，すばらしい休養となり，元気をもらえます。 Must-eats in Aichikogen-Okumikawa – あいち高原/奥三河で見逃せない食 Symbolic rice and miso come together as one in gohei-mochi; remember to try the region’s signature ayu fish too. glazed gohei-mochi glazed gohei-mochi In Japanese cuisine, rice is more than a meal staple. Cultivated in Japan for 2,000 years, the grain also has much financial, historical and cultural significance. In the past, […]
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 […]
On last Monday, the Chunichi Shimbun introduced Miyazakien and tea industry in Miyazaki district where we are located in. It is the first time to see such a so long article about us. I am happy that the importance of tradition and agriculture infrastructure transmitted from the Warring States Period are spread wide again by this article. To all the reporters, the people concerned, thank you very much!
Today we welcomed CBC “Hanasaka Times” crew and guests, Ms Azusa Babazono and Ms Naomi Watanabe to our tea garden. Our picking staffs are very encouraged by those two talented artists. Thank you, Azusa-san and Naomi-san! P.S. The programme will be broadcasted on next weekend, the 4th June. It starts at 9:25 am on CBC tv in Nagoya area, central Japan.
Thanks to the Yomiuri Shimbun. The Japanese most popular newspaper, picked up our Japanese black tea and Miyazakien in an issue of this morning. Black tea has a similarity with the wine which we can enjoy a variety of production place, material, processing method and so on. Every tea plant farmers have been challenged on the combination of the various elements. So we can enjoy many taste and flavour of Japanese black tea, not limited to our Wa Kocha, the Japanese black tea of Miyazakien. Enjoy the difference of various personalities of the domestic tea to everyone. http://www.miyazakien.com/