In the city of Hiroshima we visit a community where the families who survived the devastation of the atomic bomb in the Second World War managed to revive their traditional farming specialty. In the islands to the south, we meet a potter uniquely making glazes from cast-off oyster shells, and in the mountains, a farmer tells of his passion for making animals happy. The last individual we encounter who has stuck to his own path in life is a carver of traditional instruments seeking the perfect sound.
Even growing a unique variety, perfection is in the details
On a happy farm, goats cuddle up to welcome the visitor
A different taste each season, reflecting the cows' grazing habits
Crafting instruments that only the most discerning will buy