What to Expect
Shizuoka is the No. 1 Tea producer in Japan. We will visit two tea-related facilities on this tour. They are located in Makinohara plateau, the largest tea plantation area in Japan.
At Grinpia Makinohara, there are several activities that can be done. You can try tea picking in the tea fields and look around the tea factory to see the whole process of making green tea. The Japanese restaurant there is also nice. The green tea mixed-in buckwheat noodles and tea leaf Tempura are recommended.
At Ocha-no-Sato or the World Tea Museum, you can learn everything about tea there including a variety of tea cultures across the world. It has a tea house and a garden. You can experience an authentic tea ceremony.
Since I have a certificate of Japanese tea instructor, it would be my pleasure to help you find out more about Japanese tea through this tour.
I think it will be a special experience for you to spend a day in the spacious tea fields!
☆ Tea picking is available from the mid-April to the beginning of Oct.
Other option includes an experience to learn "How to make a good cup of tea!".
☆ If you are interested in other places in Shizuoka, I can add it to your itinerary.
Please don’t hesitate to ask.