Umegashima, Wakocha, black tea

 In Japan, Higan comes when the seasons are changing
The days ,people have the opportunity to meet thier ancestors
They sweep and clean the tombs and offer seasonal flowers, and food such as Ohagi
Ohagi is that rice balls covered with sweet bean paste
and is the most common food offered during Higan

I visited to Mr.Sano who tea master of Wakocha, Japanese black tea
at Umegashima
 I love Umegashima and tea of Mr.Sano
Thank you for all

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