Terra Citta is a genuine incubator for agricultural projects. It is an initiative that relies on farmers' savoir-faire and on the sharp expertise of academic research centers with which fruitful partnerships have been firmly established. With about 1600 acres of farming territory, we are open and ready to welcome innovative ideas in order to make the best out of what the land has to offer. We are excited to help you achieve your projects. Experienced farmers, students and renowned researchers are here to support you up to harvests and beyond.

Hiroko Kageyama

She's been organizing far-reaching and mediatized exhibitions and events for more than 20 years, with a clear focus on bringing together the Japanese and European cultures through architecture, decoration, fashion and gastronomy.

Mamoru Ishihara

Mamoru is a fashion designer and professor at the Shikoku University and the Osaka Fashion Design College in Japan. She sets up events in the most unexpected places, such as a Samurai house, the garden of a feudal castle or a barge on the Seine River of Paris.

Sébastien & Jenna

Sébastien and Jenna actively contributed to the elaboration of a viable global strategy for Terra Citta, taking into consideration the development and strategy, through assessments of feasibility.

Allen Susser

Allen is a member of the consultative committee of the James Beard Foundation, as well as local and national councils of the American Food & Wine Institute. He is actively involved in a number of culinary and food industry-related organizations.

Paulo Oyama

Paulo ran a Japanese organic farm in France, not far from Paris. In 2011, he is decorated with the distinction of “Knight of the National Order of Agricultural Merit” by the French Republic.


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