Tea plantation in Kyoto, Japan

Tea plantation in Kyoto, Japan showing how great green stripes are

Tsumagojuku, Nagano, Japan

Tsumagojuku, Nagano, Japan 妻籠宿 長野 Running through the town at night, wearing kimono and geta after a little too much sake with Geisha.

A traditional Japanese breakfast, which includes fish, rice, miso soup, and assorted vegetables.

A traditional Japanese breakfast, which includes fish, rice, miso soup, and assorted vegetables. I would love to share this with a lovely Japanese man :)

Tea room at Hosen-in temple, Kyoto, Japan 京都大原宝泉院

just like the "tea room" Eliza and Kieran hang out at. Tea room at Hosen-in temple, Kyoto, Japan 京都大原宝泉院

Japanese umbrellas, Wagasa 和傘

PROPS- red parasol to pop out of gag gun. red to indicate intensity? a different bright color?

Furoshiki

One of the most versatile kitchen textiles you’ll ever own, this large furoshiki cloth can be used as an apron, a bread bag, a tote for carrying groceries and produce, a way to transport potluck and.

"Geiko", Maiko-henshin around Kyomizu area, Kyoto, Japan.

), geiko (芸子) or geigi (芸妓) are traditional, female Japanese entertainers whose skills include performing various Japanese arts such as classical music and dance-maiko are apprentice geisha by Sam Ryan

Japanese tea ceremony, Sado 茶道

JAPAN Tea Ceremony(茶道), a traditional Japanese culture. He's preparing "matcha" green tea made from ground tea leaves.


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