Map of Gifu, Japan

Gifu, Japan

Wikipedia: Gifu_Prefecture | Official Government Website: www.pref.gifu.lg.jp/English 
Updated: Mar. 8, 2012 

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About Gifu, Japan

Tea Fields Among Homes and Other Buildings in Gifu, © Bgabel (Wikivoyage), CC BY-SA 3.0.
Gifu (岐阜県) is a landlocked prefecture in the interior of Japan's largest island, Honshū. Gifu has a diverse topography, ranging from tall mountains in the north through hilly regions to a plain in the south. Much of Gifu is too cold for growing tea, but tea is grown in some areas of the region.

Historically, this was a major agricultural region, and also important in making traditional paper, but in recent years its economy has been dominated by automotive and aerospace industries. The region has a large portion of arable land, and is also important in forestry.

Only a small amount of tea is produced here.

Styles of Tea Produced in Gifu, Japan

This is a selection, not an exhaustive listing, of the styles of tea most commonly produced in Gifu, Japan.

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