Green tea has a history dating back eight centuries in Japan and Masao Oyaizu and Yuki Mori are helping to ensure its future popularity with inventive new products and a mission to share this cherished part of Japanese culture with the world.
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Steeped in eight centuries of Japanese culture, green tea is enjoying a renaissance. Sharing this treasure with the world is their mission.
“Japanese green tea is an important part of Japanese culture, and there is a philosophy behind it.”
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Created by African-American youth, Jookin’ has captured the world’s attention and has been called “urban ballet.” The dance form has generated opportunities for the city’s youth, including a recent stage show tour across the US that may not have been accessible to them otherwise.
Directed by Kurt Engfehr, The Kids Menu follows filmmaker Joe Cross as he works to educate children, parents and school officials with life-changing information on the healthful benefits of a fresh, whole foods diet.