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Afternoon Tea, the Culture of England

by Yasuaki S.
(Fujisawa, Kanagawa, Japan)

An English tea set

An English tea set

In my image, English people like to drink tea. Tea is prepared in most homes and particularly they drink in the afternoon. Afternoon tea is a culture that started from Britain. They drink tea with snacks and cake, and talk with many people.

But in Japan, people work busily and there is no time to enjoy afternoon tea. I think that Japanese workers should enjoy afternoon tea like English people, because they work hard too much.

I think that afternoon tea is a very graceful, wonderful culture.

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