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  1. This is easily one of the things I don’t read much about Japan, and yet I find it such an interesting experience! Because we definitely like to go off the beaten track, we’ll definitely save your article for when we go to Japan, thank you!

  2. This is really cool. I really didn’t know this type of experience was available. It sounds like something I would totally try. Did you get to try some of their tea?

    1. I purchased a bag of their tea and it was pretty good! Sadly, I was unable to properly dry the tea I picked. Hotel rooms are not the best for that ha

  3. I have been living in Japan for almost 3 years now and I have to admit I didn’t know about this.
    Now of course I totally want to do it.

  4. What a fantastic and unique experience! I would love to do this and I do love green tea. Japan is high on my bucket list. Did you have to book ahead or could you turn up?

  5. This looks like an interesting experience. I am a huge tea fan, and am currently living in Nairobi, Kenya, but have not yet visited a tea plantation… I think that will be next on my list of places to visit. Thanks for sharing

  6. Wow! Such a beautiful post! I love tea plantations and I would so love to experience tea picking some day. Thanks for sharing your experience. Photos are pretty cool! 🙂

  7. Hi Chad, to which tea farm exactly did you go?
    I’m currently traveling through Japan and I really wish I could go to a team farm as you did, but I’m struggling to find any information or location..I would be grateful for a little help! Thank you!!

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