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        Farmers Handpick First Tea Of Season In Shizuoka | Agriculture and Forestry

        SHIZUOKA, JAPAN - MAY 01: Women pick tea leaves at the Moriuchi Tea Farm on May 1, 2014 in Shizuoka, Japan. Japan produces aproximately 100,000 tons of green tea per year. From late April to early May, tea farmers handpick Shincha (the first tea of the year) which is usually considered the highest of quality and most sought after. Shizuoka is internationally known as one of the best places for genuine Japanese green tea, producing 45% of Japan's overall tea production. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

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