Japan's 4 seasons are beautiful and distinct. And then there is the 5th season - Hay Fever Season. This is the worst time to be in Japan for hay fever sufferers. I didn't suffer from hay fever while I was in the UK - then I came over and discovered they got a lovely breed of tree called Sugi or "Japanese Cedar" - this culprit really does me in!
Pictured here is my new restock of yogurt and honey which is said to be good at reducing the effects of hay fever. Not exactly sure what they do but they seem to help a bit every year ToT
Do you suffer from hay fever? Do you have any techniques to combat against it?
The hay fever readings are nearly off the charts! Due to the boiling hot Summer that we had last year, the pollen levels are about 70% higher than average. Probably the most unproductive season for me as I'm sneezing with a drizzling nose and itchy eyes all day ><