The 200 hectares of formerly Japanese-owned tea plantation provides the ideas site for the utilization of existing structure for different purposes in vibrant new ways
The now defunct tea factory and the peak of the plantation area will be crowned with an eco-friendly café structure providing visitors with a breathtaking view of a vista of tea field and wild pine forest.
The area will also hold hotel facilities, a convention center, restaurants, single and family villas, a Japanese Green Tea Garden, a flower garden, a water park, wildlife and bird sanctuary, and even an observatory research center for purposes including the enhancing of organic growing practices among local farmers.
All will be developed with a deep respect to the existing topography, and with minimal, renewable utilization of natural materials sourced locally, carefull reusing water and other precious natural resources. The idea is to reduce wastage, optimize reuse, and recycle optimally to ensure a minimal carbon footprint and the establishing of a sustainable legacy a green model setting the benchmark for the region.