This is the tea garden for the National Tea Fair.
The tea leaves were once cut so low that there were no tea leaves, but finally, strong shoots are coming out, though in pieces.
The rain is also helping them to grow.
However, due to the season, the grass is also growing quickly, which is a cause for concern.
It is also very important to protect against insects and fungi.
In this situation.
I was asked by an acquaintance the other day, “Mr. Kuroki, do you have time to go out to the tea garden?
The other day, an acquaintance of mine asked me, “Mr. Kuroki, do you have time to go out to the tea garden?” Especially in June and July, I’m busy with business trips to Tokyo every year, but this year, needless to say, I couldn’t go on a business trip due to corona, and as a result, I’ve been able to secure time to go out to the fields.
I really don’t know what the future holds, though.
Everything changes rapidly, and even things that we think are unchanging can easily change their appearance and come at us.
That’s why I’m throwing myself into today.
There are many challenges, but we have to live in the present.
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