Thanks to my wonderful friend, I had a chance to harvest her (her husband's) field today.
Just after the heavy rain caused by the typhoon, I felt the air became fresh and clean and autumn is just around the corner.
Rice field has turned yellow to wait for the harvest time. I heard some ducks quacking in a rice field. It looks like an organic duck farm which leaves ducks as fertilizer instead of chemical one. I just heard their quacking but I couldn't see them because the rice has already grown very tall.
Today's harvest: four figs, two yellow melons, three eggplants, a lot of green peppers, green and red shiso Japanese basil. Now I'm thinking of making shiso juice. I need to check how to make it on the Internet.
Rich in vitamin C.
Well, Typhoon #12 has passed Honshu main island with big damage left. Sadly, up to the present time, 31 people were killed and 55 are missing.
It made me realize again that Japan is a natural disaster-prone country.