From mother to daughter... tea An excellent staff member (Mr. M) who worked at Dimbura in Kamakura came with her one and a half year old daughter. She was in Dimbula when she was in high school, and we worked together for about five years. Cheerful, hardworking, attentive, smiling... I'm a mom all of a sudden. And since I spent my youth and life with black tea, I am passing it on to my daughter. Today, I enjoyed lunch, waffles, and plenty of tea with my family. "I'm drinking a cup of tea at home. I don't catch a cold and I'm fine. I think this child will spend the rest of his life with tea..." Dimbula has created many tea families. . . . Sounds good~ I wonder if your daughter will follow in her mother's footsteps and work at Dimbula~~. Someday...it's a fun dream!