Tea Culture in Japan

I'd like to study tea culture, but as a program I get paid for. Do they do this like teaching English? Where they help with accommodations, maybe moving family over there, etc?

  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >tea culture
    get an actual hobby, bro

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >tea culture
      >get paid for
      Not going to happen.

      “Tea culture” in Japan has to be the most uptight, ridiculous performative horseshit on the planet. I’m sure you’ll love it.

      Can you guys shut the fuck up and stop talking about shit you obviously have no clue about?

      When I lived in Tokyo, there were tons of little tea shops with people preparing freshly made matcha tea. I've noticed there were even foreigners working there sometimes. Don't listen to the uncultured swine here. Following your dreams OP.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Thanks.

        I've heard of schools I can pay into and get trained (like college or something), and become a professional at tea ceremonies. But what I was looking for was like a homestead program or sponsored work that educates me and offers me the possibility of staying there permanently upon completion of the program.

        I've been to something just like that when I visited Japan and it was very nice. A great experience. But I really want to learn the ins and outs of growing tea and processing it into the various forms.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          There's an apprenticeship program at this farm two younger dudes started, and by proxy revitalized the town it's based in. There are loads of people who're interested in this subculture, too. Check out AkiyaDAO.

          If you check their website in the desc. of this video, somewhere on there is an application for an apprenticeship program. Worth a shot. Good luck out there anon, don't listen to the gays who tell you not to go after what you want.

          %27mFrom

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >there is an application for an apprenticeship program
            Which YOU will pay them for.
            1500 yennies per day, for that you'll get a hostel-style private room and lunch (no breakfast/dinner).

            You might want to check out whatever is left of WWOOF Japan to see if they have a tea farm as well, you'll be able to stay longer and have to pay less (and probably speak more Japanese).

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              That's a bargain, I'd go just for the cheap room and lunch, screw the tea.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Thanks.

        I've heard of schools I can pay into and get trained (like college or something), and become a professional at tea ceremonies. But what I was looking for was like a homestead program or sponsored work that educates me and offers me the possibility of staying there permanently upon completion of the program.

        I've been to something just like that when I visited Japan and it was very nice. A great experience. But I really want to learn the ins and outs of growing tea and processing it into the various forms.

        OP is looking for a company to sponsor his Hopes and Dreams visa to live and work in Japan and we're here to tell him that this would have been used by millions of Vietnamese already.

        Go to Japan, study the Art of Tea and maybe you can open your own tea shop back home.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >tea culture
    >get paid for
    Not going to happen.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    “Tea culture” in Japan has to be the most uptight, ridiculous performative horseshit on the planet. I’m sure you’ll love it.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Gimme free shit
    I hate it how zoomers have infested this board

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >tea
    >culture

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