Sunday, April 21, 2024

hiramiyuki farm

The Noto Pennisula earthquake that happened on New Years Day was so tragic.

One of the stories that was featured on the news here was of Hiramiyuki Farms' blueberries.

The farm experienced a landslide

Wanting to help some how, I was happy to see her selling what blueberries she had at Tabechoku

We've ordered from Tabechoku numerous times since the pandemic

800 grams, with taxes and shipping (special type since they were frozen)...4976 yen of which 300 yen will be donated to the earthquake victims

These orbs are huge! and delicious.

Seeing Japan grown blueberries at the market has been rare these days.

I'm glad we got to help a little and I hope she will be able to get back to her farming again soon.


KirkK said...

That's wonderful Kat!

Anonymous said...

I actually bought some ingredients to make over night oats and smoothies since I'm gonna do the dental surgery tomorrow. Sure wish I had these. Looks absolutely yummy!

jalna said...

How nice of you to support.

K and S said...

Thanks Kirk :)

hope your dental surgery goes well, Anon!

hope to visit the area when things settle down, Jalna :)

Take care everyone.

Rowena said...

😊always good to support small local farmers and I hope things will get better for her business too.

K and S said...

me too Rowena

Take care.