In order to serve our guests with authentic home-cooked quality lunch and share other important Chinese culture such as making dumplings and tea ceremony, Miki has planned many years to establish a teahouse. By a chance, she got an ideal when she was walking in an untouched water village Jinze in April 2014. After 3 months renovation, it turned out very cozy. Miki’s sister Nancy Wei is taking care of the teahouse’s daily chores. She is a very tidy person. after each tour , she will have all the dishes, plates , chopsticks, spoons and cups must be sterilized in the sterilizer cabinet with the high temperature up to 120 degree Celsius. She waters all the plants and makes sure that fresh air comes into the tea house every 2 days if we don’t visit there.