Project to connect many beautiful tea farms in Shizuoka for local development

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1. Mt. Fuji southeast
2. Sasaba, Obuchi, Fuji city
3. Ryogochi, Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka city
4. Setonoya and Asahina,Fujieda city
5. Kawanehoncho

6. Amagata and Mikura, Morimachi
7. Haruno-cho, Tenryu-ku, Hamamatsu city

Fuji City southeastFuji City Obuchi,SasabaShizuoka City Shimizu-ku,RyogouchiKawane sky of tea producing areaHarunoFujieda City Setoya,AsahinaMori-machi Mountainous

富士山南東地区
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Mt. Fuji southeast

 
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 The area surrounding the base of Mount Fuji is one of great scenic beauty, with stunning views of the Suruga Bay and the surrounding nature and mountains. A wide variety of agricultural and forestry products are produced here. The tea that is grown in the hilly areas throughout the city has twice in the past been presented to the royal family.
 

 
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Sasaba, Obuchi,
Fuji city
 
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 Perhaps no area offers a more quintessentially Japanese sight than the city of Fuji. The postcard-ready sight of boundless tea fields against the backdrop of the town’s eponymous mountain, located in the Obuchi neighborhood, is a perfect exemplar of just how stunning tea field scenery can be.

 


両河内地区(差し替え)
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Ryogochi, Shimizu-ku,
Shizuoka city
 
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 Though technically located in Shizuoka city, the prefectural capital, one could be forgiven for attributing Ryogochi’s idyllic atmosphere to a secluded hamlet in the countryside. Its sharp slopes are covered in tea fields, whose exposure to the naturally-occurring mist leaves them constantly verdurous and full of life.

 

 
藤枝市瀬戸谷・朝比奈地区
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Setonoya and Asahina,
Fujieda city
 
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 Fujieda is a major tea-producing city in Shizuoka Prefecture. Of particular note are the Setonoya area, home to a gigantic tea bush, and the Asahina area. The latter is one of Japan’s three largest production regions for gyokuro, which is a type of green tea made by blocking out sunlight, a process done here with bales of straw.

 


川根天空の茶産地
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Kawanehoncho

 
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 Kawanehoncho is a sprawling mountain town in the upper reaches of Shizuoka Prefecture. The Oi River flows from the Southern Japanese Alps down through this region, nurturing the earth and supporting a fertile natural environment perfectly suited for the production of tea. 

 
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Amagata and Mikura, Morimachi 
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 This town, which is also known as the village of healthy longevity, is produces high quality tea who grew up in the middle of the mountain. You can drink to green tea with Japanese sweets in  this town.


 


春野地区
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Haruno-cho,
Tenryu-ku,
Hamamatsu city
 
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 This district is located at altitude of 300m ~ 600m. And there are  many mountains flowing beautiful clear stream, and a rich natural environment. We produce the delicious tea of organic tea. 

 





Shizuoka Prefectural Government Regional Agriculture Division Economy and Industry Department
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