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CJ50 Nori (Seaweed) Harvest and Factory 焼き海苔の生産

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When the wind starts to get cold, growers begin to harvest Nori (seaweed). They use a vacuum-cleaner like machine to collect it. Raw nori gets shredded, mixed with water, and then it's poured on screens. After the water has dripped off, the nori is taken off the screens, and has a familiar nori looks.

Keyword: nori, harvest, agriculture, sea, seaweed, factory

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