Tea, fruit, food, plentiful, delicious
Yesterday, today's Sunday and Fujisawa are sunny. Moreover, the south wind is blowing, and it is cool when you are in the shade of the trees.
Dimbula now has a seasonal menu of pineapple waffles and pineapple cold tea (two layers of separate tea).
We stock a lot of pineapples, so the sweet and sour scent of pineapples wafts from the store to my room. It smells exactly like the fruit corner of a Sri Lankan dinner. .
Even so, what I remember is the fruits, sweets, and meals I ate in Sri Lanka. What is particularly impressive is that when I go to a tea garden school, they hold a buffet-style tea party in the classroom. She brews tea and prepares a lot of sweets and fruits such as cookies, fried beans, monkey bananas, and donuts. . . .
Even if you visit a school in Japan, it's hard to find a place that offers such a tea service. The table is also decorated with flowers.
The hospitality of the tea is very heartfelt and hot--I feel it!