Hula Dance at The Open Garden (Kawanishi-Cho) (Japan Reflections)

Tadamithu Suda from Keisen Christ Church owned a vegetable farm.
He talked with me via a translator on a Sunday, and found out my interest was in nutrition.
He invited me over to his farm on a Saturday to get a taste of some fresh vegetables from his farm.
At the farm, we shared desserts some of the women baked and had some pickled vegetables and apetizers.
I danced hula for them with Kanon and Minori.
At the end of the time, he took us into the field and we picked tons of vegetables to take home.
I was so blessed to be able to spend time with the people there.

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