SWAY WITH THE JAPANESE SUSUKI

If we think of autumn, we’d think of leaves turning red and eventually falling. It is something we all look forward to or hope to experience. Leaves may have fallen but the Japanese susuki or pampas grass are here to stay. Stretching up as high as two meters, its long feathery flowers sway so beautifully […]

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THE RAIN FLOWER

The month of June comes as the rainy season in Japan. They call it tsuyu. It happens as a transition between the end of spring and the beginning of summer. Everyone is expecting for long rainy days, although this year, rain has been noticeably scarce – must have been because of the drastic change of […]

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FRUIT PICKING

As the season gets warmer, it’s only a matter of time when people start setting off to various outdoor activities; from a family get-together camping to a laid back day with friends at the beach. Clearly, everyone is down for a little bit of sun before it gets unbearable by the time it hits summer. […]

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