Japan 2018 Kakegawa part 2
The next morning we went to the Otsuka’s house. Mrs. Otsuka wants to make us some Matcha in her tea room. Later she showed us her teacup and pot collection up in the attic. A special treat was she showed us her studio that she draws. I have a lovely example outside my office in Millerton.
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