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Nagare Bridge and Hamacha Nagare Bridge and Hamacha

Kyoto Prefecture

Kyoto Prefecture
Kyoto-shi, Japan

As this sandy soil is the most suitable for the cultivation of tencha, tea plantations extend along both banks of the Kizu River. The areas on either bank - the Yawata City (left) side and Joyo City (right) sides - of Nagare Bridge (currently Kozuya Bridge), which is well known as a setting for samurai dramas, are both called "Kozuya," which used to form a community called Kozuya Village and work together on tea cultivation. They are linked by Nagare Bridge still now, maintaining a close relationship with each other.

As this sandy soil is the most suitable for the cultivation of tencha, tea plantations extend along both banks of the Kizu River. The areas on either bank - the Yawata City (left) side and Joyo City (right) sides - of Nagare Bridge (currently Kozuya Bridge), which is well known as a setting for samurai dramas, are both called "Kozuya," which used to form a community called Kozuya Village and work together on tea cultivation. They are linked by Nagare Bridge still now, maintaining a close relationship with each other.

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  • Title: Nagare Bridge and Hamacha Nagare Bridge and Hamacha
  • Location: Yawata, Kyoto Joyo, Kyoto Kumiyama-cho, Kuse-gun, Kyoto, Yawata, Kyoto Joyo, Kyoto Kumiyama-cho, Kuse-gun, Kyoto

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