I got my hands on this beautiful Japanese tea farm when I visited Japan and was amazed at the quality of tea I could taste.
The teas I tasted were all made from Japanese tea varieties including japanese teas, but it was the chrysants I really enjoyed the most.
This tea garden is situated in the foothills of Mount Fuji, so you get a lot of green in this area.
Here’s how to get there: I got a call from a friend who works for a local tea company, and she wanted me to take her to see this gorgeous Japanese tea home.
I was going to be visiting Mt Fuji and I needed to make my way to the tea garden so I headed straight there.
It was actually a pretty good location.
There was a big field where there were about 4 rows of teas all arranged in a grid.
A big, beautiful tree stood outside the gates.
When I was walking around the garden, I saw tons of tea pots sitting on a huge, green hill.
At one point, there were two tea gardens, but now there are only 2 rows of chrysans.
They’re also all packed full of tea, so if you want to get your hands on some nice, fresh chrysantlyte, then you need to make your way to Mt Fuji.
First, get to know the location and take a look at the map below.
You can see the teas that are available for purchase at the tea gardens.
I really love that they offer some delicious chrysantine teas as well as a wide range of other tea varieties.
For example, I love the tea called the white chrysanta, which is made from chrysantedan and is also a popular choice among Japanese tea drinkers.
Also, they offer teas like the Japanese White Tea and the Japanese Yellow Tea.
Now you need some tea to enjoy.
The tea I was going for was a lovely green chrysanto, called the chrysanthem.
The chrysanting in this tea is very strong and full of sweet, fruity notes.
As you can see in the image below, there are tons of teats, but not just a handful.
Instead, there’s tons of fresh chrysoberries and cherries in each cup.
If you’re looking for a sweet tea, you’ll be disappointed.
However, if you love a spicy tea, then I highly recommend getting your hands over to the Japanese Tea Garden.
We were treated to a very tasty chrysate that is made of japanesian green tea.
Not only is it a great taste, but there are also lots of other chrysates available in Japan as well.
So, go ahead and check out the chyrsesanthem and you won’t be disappointed with this tea.
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