I went on a trip around Kyushu as a tour operator.
On the tour bus, the guide brewed three famous Kyushu teas every day.
Yame, Ureshino, and Chiran have different flavors, and Chiran tea is especially
I was impressed as.
Thirty five years later, I never met Chirancha.
When I stayed at Ibusuki for a week or so due to work, I thought about buying water and milk at a product store near the inn,
“Do you have green tea?”
I asked the owner of the store, and was guided to a corner where various teas were lined up, and when I picked up one of them, the package
Is the character.
Reunited with Chirancha for the first time in 35 years.
I left the shop after buying one bag of tea packs to drink at the inn I was staying in, 3 bags of special incense and Asagiri for souvenirs.
—- Basic stance —-
Food, labor, healing.
Everyday, cooking, meditation
& Good Experiences