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メロン(化粧箱) /
MELON (GIFT BOX)

 
GF/MLN-001-a:
GF/MLN-001-b: GF/MLN-001-c:
CROWN MUSK MELON
(LUXURY - YAMA GRADE)
Shizuoka Prefecture
with wooden box
(approx 1.9kg+/pc)
CROWN MUSK MELON
(LUXURY - YAMA GRADE)
Shizuoka Prefectur
$218.00/pc
with wooden box
(approx 1.7kg+)
CROWN MUSK MELON
(LUXURY - YAMA GRADE)
Shizuoka Prefecture with wooden box
(approx 1.4+/pc)
     
GF/MLN-002-a:
GF/MLN-002-b:
GF/MLN-002-c:
CROWN MUSK MELON
(PREMIUM GRADE - SHIRO)
Shizuoka Prefecture
$188.00/pc
with gift box
(approx 1.7kg+/pc)
CROWN MUSK MELON
(PREMIUM GRADE - SHIRO)
Shizuoka Prefecture with gift box
(approx 1.45~1.5kg)
CROWN MUSK MELON
(PREMIUM GRADE - SHIRO)
Shizuoka Prefecture with gift box
(approx 1.1kg+/pc)
     
GF/MLN-003:
GF/MLN-004-a:
GF/MLN-004-b:
CROWN MUSK MELON
Shizuoka Prefecture
with gift box
(approx 1.3kg)
CROWN MUSK MELON
(PREMIUM GRADE-
SHIRO)
Shizuoka Prefecture
with gift box
(approx 1.5kg+/pc)
CROWN MUSK MELON
(YUKI-A GRADE)
Shizuoka Prefecture
with gift box
(approx 1.1kg/pc)
     
 

TIPS FOR EATING A DELICIOUS MELON
美味的品嚐方法

Push the bottom of the melon gently and if you feel slightly soft, then it has ripened well and the best time to eat it.

Melons start ripening only after harvesting. Ripening speed varies individually depending on the external conditions like temperature.

Melons taste even better if they are cooled in a refrigerator for 2 to 3 hours before served.

 

辨別是否熟到恰到好處的重點在於,以手指輕壓哈密瓜的下半部(屁股的部分),感覺有點軟的時候是最佳的品嚐時刻。

※哈密瓜從採收之後開始變熟。依保管狀態、氣溫,以及各個哈密瓜而多少有所不同。

※若於品嚐的2〜3小時前放進冰箱,風味更佳。

詳情請瀏覽此處。

 

 

メロン(その他) /
MELON (OTHERS)

MLN-001:
MLN-002:
MLN-002-c:
HIGO GREEN
(PREMIUM-
SHU GRADE)
Kumamoto Prefecture
(approx 2kg/pc)
TAKAMI MELON (GREEN)
(PREMIUM GRADE-SHU)
Kumamoto Prefecture
(approx 1kg/pc)
TAKAMI MELON (GREEN)
(PREMIUM
SHU-GRADE)
Ibaraki Prefecture
(L size /approx 1kg/pc)
     
MLN-003:
MLN-004:
MLN-005:
QUEENCY MELON
(RED)
Ibaraki Prefecture
(approx 1.25kg/pc)
ANDES MELON
Ibaraki Prefecture
PERURU MELON
Tottori Prefecture
(approx 1.6kg)
     
MLN-006:
MLN-007:
MLN-008:
ARUS MELON
Kochi Prefecture
$128.00/pc
(approx 1.6kg+)
ANDES MELON
Kumamoto Prefecture
(approx 1.5kg)
EMERALD MELON
Kochi Prefecture
(approx 1.8kg)
     
MLN-009:
MLN-010-a:
MLN-010-b:
OTOME MELON
Ibaragi Prefecture
(approx 1.25kg)
YUBARI MELON
Hokkaido
(approx 1.6kg)
YUBARI MELON
Hokkaido
(approx 1.3kg)
     
MLN-011:
MLN-012:
MLN-013:
RENON MELON
Niigata Prefecture
(4L size /
approx 1.6kg)
ARUS MELON
Kumamoto Prefecture (3pcs / approx 6kg)
RAIDEN MELON
- RUPIA RED
Hokkaido
(approx 1.6kg)
     
MLN-014:
MLN-015:
MLN-016:
TAKAMI MELON
Tottori Prefecture
(approx 1kg/pc)
MASUDA MELON NO
ARUS MELON
(TOP PERMIUM GRADE
-TOKUSHU)
Shimane Prefecture
(2pcs / approx 4kg)
ARUS MELON
(PERMIUM GRADE-
AOSHU)
Shimane Prefecture
(2pcs / approx 4kg)
     
 
MLN-017:
MLN-018:
 
ARUS MELON
(PERMIUM
SHU-GRADE)
Ibaraki Prefecture
(2pcs / approx 3.5kg)
KUMIHAMA
SAKYU MELON
(SAND DUNE MELON)
Kyoto Prefecture
(2L size / approx 1.6kg)
 
     
 

 

苺 (化粧箱) /
STRAWBERRY (GIFT BOX)

There are approximately 300 varieties of strawberries in Japan, and even today, many varieties are being improved and new, unique varieties are being born one after another in various regions of the country, resulting in the creation of "local brands" of strawberries that represent the production area.
     
This strawberry is produced exclusively in Sanagouchi Village, Myodo-gun, Tokushima Prefecture Like Momo-ichigo, Sakura-momo-ichigo is a brand name strawberry (registered trademark) from Sanagouchi Village, Tokushima Prefecture, and is a new strawberry that began to be distributed in 2008.
The strawberries are cultivated in such a way that only around eight berries are produced per plant and nutrition is concentrated on each individual berry.
Naturally, the sugar content is higher than that of ordinary strawberries. It is said to be about 16-18 degrees at the tip, 11-12 degrees in the middle and 10 degrees at the base.
GF/STR-002-12P: GF/STR-002-16P: GF/STR-002-24P:
SAKURA
MOMO ICHIGO
Tokushima Prefecture
$248.00/box
(12pcs /
approx 700g)
SAKURA
MOMO ICHIGO
Tokushima Prefecture
$248.00/box
(16pcs /
approx 700g)
SAKURA
MOMO ICHIGO
Tokushima Prefecture
(24pcs /
approx 700g)
     
GF/STR-002-28P: GF/STR-002-d: STR-001:
SAKURA
MOMO ICHIGO
Tokushima Prefecture
(28pcs /
approx 700g)
SAKURA
MOMO ICHIGO
Tokushima Prefecture
(12pcs /
approx 350g)
SAKURA
MOMO ICHIGO
Tokushima Prefecture
$128.00/box
(4 packs /
approx 170g per pack)
     
GF/STR-004: GF/STR-005: GF/STR-006:
KIKUCHI NO MANMA
(HINO-SHIZUKU
with branches)
Kumamoto Prefecture
$268.00/box
(approx 1.2kg)
HINO-SHIZUKU
Kumamoto Prefecture
(approx 700g)
*Available: 10 boxes
DARUMA ICHIGO
(SAGAHONOKA)
Kochi Prefecture
$108.00/box
(approx 650g)
     
GF/STR-007-a: GF/STR-008: GF/STR-009:
AWA ICHIGO
YUME MONOGATARI
(YUMENOKA)
Tokushima Prefecture
(approx 700g)
BIZAN BENI HOPPE
Tokushima Prefecture
(approx 900g)
SANUKI-HIME
Kagawa Prefecture
(15pcs /
approx 640g)
     
GF/STR-016-b: GF/STR-016-c: GF/STR-024:
OOKIMI
Kochi Prefecture
(12pcs /
approx 500g)
OOKIMI
Kochi Prefecture
(15pcs /
approx 500g)
KARATSU
ICHIGO-SAN
(Wooden gift box)
Saga Prefecture
(approx 1.2kg)
     
Representative of white strawberries The 'Awayuki' is a strawberry born in Kagoshima Prefecture and is a mutant strain created by mutation of the 'Saga Honoka' variety. It was bred by Mr Yamashita in Kagoshima Prefecture and registered as an individual variety in 2013.
It has a low acidity and a strong sweetness (sugar content of 13-15°) but a light flavour, with a gentle fragrance unique to white strawberries. It is also characterised by its red seedpods, slightly firm flesh and excellent transportability.
STR-003B-a: STR-003B-b: STR-003B-c:
AWAYUKI
Nara Prefecture
(2 packs / 3L size
approx 250g per pack)
AWAYUKI
Nara Prefecture
(2 packs / 2L size
approx 250g per pack)
AWAYUKI
Nara Prefecture
(2 packs / L size
approx 250g per pack)
     
STR-003G-a: STR-003G-b: STR-003G-c:
KOTOKA / PEARL WHITE
MIXED PACK
Nara Prefecture
(4L size / 2 packs /
approx 270g per pack)
KOTOKA / PEARL WHITE
MIXED PACK
Nara Prefecture
(3L size / 2 packs /
approx 270g per pack)
KOTOKA / PEARL WHITE
MIXED PACK
Nara Prefecture
(2L size / 2 packs /
approx 270g per pack)
     
   
STR-003G-d:    
KOTOKA / PEARL WHITE
MIXED PACK
Nara Prefecture
(L size / 2 packs /
approx 270g per pack)
   
     
 
STR-007-8P: STR-007-9P:  
AWAYUKI
Nara Prefecture
$148.00/box
(2 packs / 4L size /
approx 250g per pack)
AWAYUKI
Nara Prefecture
$148.00/box
(2 packs / 3L size /
approx 250g per pack)
 
     
 
STR-007-15P: STR-007-20P:  
AWAYUKI
Nara Prefecture
(2 packs / L size /
approx 250g per pack)
AWAYUKI
Nara Prefecture
(2 packs / M size /
approx 250g per pack)
 
     
STR-046-a: STR-046-b: STR-046-c:
SAKURA AWAYUKI
Fukuoka Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 270g per pack)
SAKURA AWAYUKI
Fukuoka Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 270g per pack)
SAKURA AWAYUKI
Fukuoka Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 270g per pack)
     
STR-035-6P: STR-035-8P: STR-035-9P:
YUKI-USAGI
(PREMIUM GRADE -
AKA-SHU)
Saga Prefecture
(2 packs / 6pcs
approx 300g per pack)
YUKI-USAGI
(PREMIUM GRADE -
AKA-SHU)
Saga Prefecture
(2 packs / 8pcs
approx 300g per pack)
YUKI-USAGI
(PREMIUM GRADE -
AKA-SHU)
Saga Prefecture
(2 packs / 9pcs
approx 300g per pack)
     
   
STR-035-11P:    
YUKI-USAGI
(PREMIUM GRADE -
AKA-SHU)
Saga Prefecture
$168.00/box
(2 packs / 11pcs
approx 300g per pack)
   
     
Kagawa Prefecture's original strawberry brand Sanuki-hime is an original Kagawa strawberry variety registered in 2009. The parental cross is 'Miki No. 2' x 'Sagahonoka'. It was bred at the Kagawa Prefectural Agricultural Experiment Station with the aim of producing strawberries with excellent taste, large fruit and adaptability to upland solution cultivation.
The mother, ‘Miki No. 2’, is a cross between ‘Sachinoka’ and ‘Tochiotome’. It inherits the excellent characteristics of the three major strawberry varieties, Sagahonoka, Sachinoka and Tochiotome.
In Kagawa Prefecture, strawberries born in other prefectures, such as Toyonoka, Nyoho and Sachinoka, were cultivated until Sanuki-hime was born. However, with the advent of Sanuki-hime, the prefecture was able to promote its own brand of strawberries.
The official name of the variety is "讃岐姫” in Chinese characters, but the packs are shipped with the name "さぬきひめ” in hiragana.
STR-005-a:
STR-005-b:
STR-026:
SANUKI-HIME
Kagawa Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 270g per pack)
SANUKI-HIME
Kagawa Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 270g per pack)
SANUKI-HIME
with branches
Kagawa Prefecture
(28pcs /
approx 1.2kg)
     
Fruits with excellent longevity The parent strawberry is 03042-08, a high-yielding, early maturing line derived from multiple crosses between Strawberry Kurume 48, Satsuma Otome and Saga Honoka, with Kumaken i 548 (Hinoshizuku), which has excellent eating quality, as the pollen parent.
A new variety was applied for registration in 2017 and variety registration was just completed in November 2020. The name Koi Minori is derived from its high yield and the wish that "the wishes entrusted to us through the strawberry will come true".
 
STR-008: STR-010-a:  
KOI-MINORI
with branches
(PREMIUM GRADE -
TOKUSHU)
Tokushima Prefecture
(48pcs /
approx 1.3kg)
KOI-MINORI
(DELUXE GRADE)
Kumamoto Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 270g per pack)
 
     
A new variety born in Saga Prefecture that debuted in autumn 2018. Ichigo-san is a brand trademark and the official name of the variety is ‘Saga i9’.
Saga i9 was developed over a period of seven years at the Saga Prefectural Agricultural Research and Development Centre by the Saga Prefectural Government, JA Group Saga and strawberry growers, and was selected from 15,000 strawberry plants. The cross parent varieties are said to be 'Sakei 14' and 'Yayohime’.
Saga Prefecture's strawberry is the nationally famous Saga Honoka, but Ichigo-san is attracting attention because it is the first new variety in 20 years.
 
STR-014-a: STR-014-b:  
ICHIGOSAN
Saga Prefecture
$55.00/box
(2 packs /
approx 250g per pack)
ICHIGOSAN
Saga Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 250g per pack)
 
     
Yumenoka inherits the excellent characteristics of its parent varieties and has the meaning of "delicious strawberries that make everyone's dreams come true" “Yumenoka” is an original variety bred in Aichi Prefecture by crossing Kurume 55 with Series 531, and was first bred at the Aichi Prefectural Agricultural Experiment Station in 1999 and registered as a variety in 2007. Until then, Tochi-otome and Aki-hime had been the main varieties in Aichi Prefecture, but Yumenoka was created with the aim of producing a strawberry with a higher yield than Tochi-otome and better transportability than Aki-hime.
Yumenoka's mother, Kurume 55, was bred by the Kyushu Okinawa Agricultural Research Centre and is characterised by its high yield. The father's Series 531, a cross between Nyoho x Piisutoro and Aisutoro, is characterised by its tough rind, and was created as a quality strawberry by inheriting these characteristics. By the way, Piisutoro and Aisutoro are strawberries born in Aichi Prefecture, with Piisutoro being descended from Akanekko, Aiberry and Toyonoka, and Aisutoro from Nyoho and Reikou.
STR-015: STR-040-8P: STR-040-9P:
YUMENOKA
Nagasaki Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 250g per pack)
YUMENOKA
Kochi Prefecture
(2 packs / 8pcs
approx 250g per pack)
YUMENOKA
Kochi Prefecture
(2 packs / 9pcs
approx 250g per pack)
     
   
STR-016-a:    
HINOSHIZUKU
Kumamoto Prefecture
(2L size / 2 packs /
approx 270g per pack)
   
     
GF/STR-022A-b: GF/STR-022B-8P: GF/STR-022B-15P:
KOTOHIME
(TOP BERRY)
Nara Prefecture
(approx 600g)
COTTON BERRY
(TOP BERRY)
Nara Prefecture
(2 packs / 8pcs
approx 250g per pack)
COTTON BERRY
(TOP BERRY)
Nara Prefecture
(2 packs / 15pcs
approx 250g per pack)
     
   
GF/STR-022C:    
KOTOKA
(TOP BERRY)
Nara Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 300g per pack)
   
     
GF/STR-026: STR-019-a: STR-019-b:
SAKIHIME (GIFT BOX)
Saga Prefecture
(12 pcs / approx 700g)
SAKIHIME
Saga Prefecture
(4L size / 2 packs /
approx 250g per pack)
SAKIHIME
Saga Prefecture
(3L size / 2 packs /
approx 250g per pack)
     
   
STR-020-b:    
OOKIMI
(DELUXE GRADE)
Saga Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 250g per pack)
   
     
   
STR-027:    
MARIHIME
Wakayama Prefecture
(2 packs
approx 300g/pack)
   
     
   
STR-029:    
YUUBENI
Kumamoto Prefecture
(2 packs / 3L size /
approx 270g per pack)
   
     
The 'Amaou' variety was created with the aim of becoming the best in Japan The strawberry variety 'Fukuoka S6' was produced in Fukuoka Prefecture and registered in 2005 as a replacement for 'Toyonoka', which has been popular throughout the country. The nickname Amao is a registered trademark.
The name "Amao" is an acronym for “赤い (akai = red)”, “丸い (marui = round)”, “大きい (ookii = big)” and “うまい (umai = delicious)”, as the fruit is large and well-shaped, red and shiny, and has a good balance of sweetness and acidity.
Incidentally, there are three grades of Amaou. In descending order of grade EX: Excellent (rare, representing only a few per cent of production), DX: Deluxe and G: Grande.
The Grande grade is unique in shape and a little uneven, but is juicy and super-fleshy.
 
STR-004: STR-037:
AMAOU
(GRANDE GRADE)
Fukuoka Prefecture
$55.00/box
(2 packs /
approx 270g per pack)
AMAOU
(DELUXE GRADE)
Fukuoka Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 270g per pack)
 
     
     
   
STR-039:    
BERIITSU
Oita Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 270g per pack)
   
     
     
Cute hearts that appear when cut Tochigi i37, also known as Tochigi i37, is Tochigi Prefecture's tenth original variety of strawberry, a completely new variety that was first shipped in autumn 2019.
It was named 'Tochiaika' from 'Tochigi no Aisareru Kajitsu' (Tochigi's Loved Fruit).
It is also characterised by its hollowed-out head, which makes the cross section look like a heart when cut vertically.
STR-043-a: STR-043-b:  
TOCHIAIKA
Tochigi Prefecture
(2 packs/
approx 340g per pack)
TOCHIAIKA
Tochigi Prefecture
$68.00/box
(2 packs/
approx 340g per pack)
 
     
 

 

みかん・柑橘類 (化粧箱) /
CITRUS (GIFT BOX)

All citrus fruits (lemon/pomelo/tangerine/mikan) offer rich, natural sources of Vitamin C, with high PH value, making it alkaline.
Consuming more citrus fruits is a fantastic way to strengthen our immune system against bacteria and virus.

橘子類: 所有橘子(檸檬/柚子/蜜柑/橙)都含"富維他命-C " 和含較高"PH 値”, 多吃能提高身体的 " 免疫力 "

     
GF/CTR-015-a: GF/CTR-015-b: GF/CTR-015-c:
MATOHYO
(TOP PREMIUM GRADE)
Wakayama Prefecture
$68.00/box
(2L size / 9 pcs /
Special Design
Premium Gift Box)
MATOHYO
(TOP PREMIUM GRADE)
Wakayama Prefecture
$68.00/box
(L size / 10 pcs /
Special Design
Premium Gift Box)
MATOHYO
(TOP PREMIUM GRADE)
Wakayama Prefecture
$98.00/box
(L size / 18 pcs /
Special Design
Red Gift Box)
     
GF/CTR-024: GF/CTR-027: CTR-007:
SHINDO MIKAN
Wakayama Prefecture
(PREMIUM
AKA-SHU GRADE)
$40.90/box
(2L size / 9 pcs /
Special Design
Premium Gift Box)
SHINDO MIKAN
Wakayama Prefecture
(PREMIUM
AKA-SHU GRADE)
$60.00/box
(L size / 18 pcs /
Special Design
Red Gift Box)
SHINDO MIKAN
Wakayama Prefecture
(PREMIUM
AKA-SHU GRADE)
(M size / 9 pcs)
     
GF/CTR-051-a: GF/CTR-051-b: GF/CTR-022:
BANPEIYU
Kumamoto Prefecture
$60.00/box
(2L size /
approx 2kg)
BANPEIYU
Kumamoto Prefecture
$48.00/box
(L size /
approx 1.6kg)
IRIKI KINKAN
(Premium Grade)
Kagoshima Prefecture
(4L size /
approx 4kg)
     
GF/CTR-030-8P: GF/CTR-030-10P: GF/CTR-034:
SETOKA
Saga Prefecture
$218.00/box
(4L size / 8pcs
/ approx 3kg)
SETOKA
Saga Prefecture
$218.00/box
(3L size / 10pcs
/ approx 3kg)
SETOKA
Saga Prefecture
(2L size / 12pcs
/ approx 2.5kg)
     
   
GF/CTR-080:    
KIJUKU PONKAN
Wakayama Prefecture
(24pcs
/ approx 5kg)
   
     
For 100 years, three suns* have nurtured "much tastier" Mikan *Ehime Prefecture is said to have "three suns ". The first refers to the sun shining in the tropical sky, the second to the sun reflecting off the sea, and the third to the sun shining off and reflecting off the stone walls built on the slopes. Blessed with these 'three suns', citrus fruits in Ehime grow to be sweet and juicy.

Specialising in Unshu mikan (mandarins), the farmers take the time and effort to cultivate them without labour-saving work, using sensors to measure sugar content and acidity, cameras to measure colour, flaws, shape and size, and rot sensors to thoroughly remove any damaged fruit. The fruits are commercialised with names such as ‘豪琉頭千両 (Gold Senryo)’, ‘日の丸千両 (Hinomaru Senryo)’, ‘百年柑橘 (Hyakunen Kankitsu)’ and ‘ガキ大将 (Gaki Daisho)’, according to their rank in terms of colour and shape.
 
GF/CTR-016-d: GF/CTR-016-e:  
HINOMARU MIKAN
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Ehime Prefecture
(L size / 12pcs)
HINOMARU MIKAN
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Ehime Prefecture
(M size / 16pcs)
 
     
GF/CTR-052:
GF/CTR-055-c:
GF/CTR-079:
SAISHOKU KAJITSU
NO MIKAN
Wakayama Prefecture
(12pcs /
approx 1.2kg)
SAIKAI
AJIKKO MIKAN
Nagasaki Prefecture
(18pcs)
KITAHARA WASE
Fukuoka Prefecture
     
     
GF/CTR-017-a: GF/CTR-017-b: GF/CTR-017-c:
BENI MADONNA
(White Box)
Ehime Prefecture
(3L size / 10pcs /
approx 3kg/box)
BENI MADONNA
(Whte Box)
Ehime Prefecture
(2L size / 12pcs /
approx 3kg/box)
BENI MADONNA
(White Box)
Ehime Prefecture
(L size / 15pcs /
approx 3kg/box)
     
GF/CTR-017-d: GF/CTR-017-e: GF/CTR-017-f:
BENI MADONNA
(Black Box)
Ehime Prefecture
(4L size / 8pcs /
approx 3kg/box)
BENI MADONNA
(Black Box)
Ehime Prefecture
(3L size / 10pcs /
approx 3kg/box)
BENI MADONNA
(Black Box)
Ehime Prefecture
(2L size / 12pcs /
approx 3kg/box)
     
   
GF/CTR-017-g:    
BENI MADONNA
(Black Box)
Ehime Prefecture
(L size / 15pcs /
approx 3kg/box)
   
     
"Daimasaki" has a bright red colour and a rich sweetness.
Since it was registered as a variety in 2006, it has continued to grow as one of the finest citrus fruits from Kagoshima Prefecture.
GF/CTR-018-a: GF/CTR-018-b: GF/CTR-018-c:
DAIMASAKI
Kagoshima Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 375g per pc)
DAIMASAKI
Kagoshima Prefecture
(7pcs / approx 3kg)
DAIMASAKI
Kagoshima Prefecture
(8pcs / approx 3kg)
     
 
GF/CTR-018-d:    
DAIMASAKI
Kagoshima Prefecture
$148.00/box
(10pcs / approx 3kg)
   
     
 

 

りんご (化粧箱) /
SELECTED APPLE (GIFT BOX)

'An apple a day is enough to keep the doctor away'.
*It means that an apple a day is so good for your health that you don't need a doctor.

GF/APL-013-a: GF/APL-022-a: GF/APL-022-b:
SAN MEIGETSU
& SAN FUJI
(FARM DIRECT)
Nagano Prefecture
(6pcs)
MITSU BOSHI
(SAN FUJI)
Aomori Prefecture
(6pcs)
MITSU BOSHI
(SAN FUJI)
Aomori Prefecture
(3pcs)
     
The eldest of the three Nagano apple brothers* The flesh is yellowish-white and hard with a firm, crunchy texture. It is very juicy and sweet with sufficient acidity to give it an overall sweet and sour apple flavour. The aroma is also strong enough.

*The Akibae is called the "Three Apple Brothers" of Nagano Prefecture, together with the "Shinano Sweet" and "Shinano Gold" apples, as apples produced in Nagano Prefecture. The "Three Apple Brothers" is a registered trademark of the National Federation of Agricultural Cooperatives.
 
GF/APL-014-a: GF/APL-014-b:  
SAN AKIBAE
(FARM DIRECT)
Nagano Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 350g+ per pc)
SAN AKIBAE
(FARM DIRECT)
Nagano Prefecture
(3L size / 3pcs /
approx 350g+ per pc)
 
     
The reddish part of the apple is produced depending on the amount of sunlight The Sun Meigetsu variety was originally a Gunma Meigetsu apple (selected by crossing 'Fuji' with 'Akagi' and registered as a variety in 1991), which originated in Gunma Prefecture, and was grown in Azumino, Nagano Prefecture, using the dwarfing method (a cultivation method in which apple trees are grown small so that the sun's rays hit the entire tree).
Like 'San Fuji', 'San' also means sun. Generally, apples are grown in bags to improve their appearance, but in Nagano Prefecture, apples are grown without bags to enhance their taste rather than their appearance, so they are exposed to more sunlight, which gives them a much stronger sweetness.
GF/APL-015-a: GF/APL-015-b: GF/APL-015-c:
SAN MEIGETSU
(FARM DIRECT)
Nagano Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 350g+ per pc)
SAN MEIGETSU
(FARM DIRECT)
Nagano Prefecture
(3L size / 3pcs)
SAN MEIGETSU
(FARM DIRECT)
Nagano Prefecture
(4L size / 3pcs)
     
Second of the three Nagano apple brothers* A cross between Fuji and Tsugaru, bred at the Nagano Prefectural Fruit Tree Experiment Station, it was applied for registration in 1994, 16 years after the cross, and registered two years later in 1996.
The fruit is large, weighing around 350g, with high juice content and, as its name suggests, a moderate sweetness and low acidity.

*Together with Akibae and Shinano Gold, it is known as Nagano Prefecture's "Three Apple Brothers". The 'Three Apple Brothers' is a registered trademark of the National Federation of Agricultural Cooperatives.
 
GF/APL-016-a: GF/APL-016-b:  
SAN SHINANO SWEET
(FARM DIRECT)
Nagano Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 350g+ per pc)
SAN SHINANO SWEET
(FARM DIRECT)
Nagano Prefecture
(3L size / 3pcs /
approx 350g+ per pc)
 
     
   
GF/APL-011-b:    
SUN FUJI
(FARM DIRECT)
Nagano Prefecture
$33.00/box
(3L size / 3pcs /
approx 350g+ per pc)
   
     
Ripe ones have a pear-like crispiness. Kiou is an early variety that can be found in shops from early September, and its cross parentage is O-Rin x Chiaki. It was bred at the Iwate Prefectural Horticultural Experiment Station and registered as a variety in 1994.
It was named "Yellow King", or "Kiou(黄王)”, because it is a yellow apple.
It has a moderate sweetness and sourness, with just the right amount of acidity to give it a very refreshing aftertaste.
   
GF/APL-006:    
KIOU RINGO
Aomori Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 350g+ per pc)
   
     
The Toki is a yellow apple representative of Aomori Toki was created in Aomori Prefecture from a cross between Ohrin and Fuji, and was registered as a variety in 2004.
The flesh is denser and juicier than Fuji and has a very strong aroma. It is a sweet apple with a mild acidity compared to the standard sugar content of 14-15 degrees.
   
GF/APL-031:    
TOKI RINGO
Aomori Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 350g+ per pc)
   
     
This variety is the youngest and third son of the Nagano 'Three Apple Brothers'.

Shinano Gold is a cross between ‘Golden Delicious’ and ‘Chiaki’, born in Nagano Prefecture and registered as a variety in 1999.
The skin is greenish when unripe, but turns a beautiful yellow when fully ripe. It is characterised by a good balance of sweetness and acidity, and is recommended for those who like sour, refreshing tasting apples. It also has excellent storability and is available on the market for a long time.

What is the difference between ‘Sinano Gold’ and ‘Sinano Sweet’?

Although they are very similar in appearance, the red-coloured variety is Sinano Sweet and the yellow-coloured variety is Sinano Gold.
Both have a sweet flavour, but the Sinano Gold has some acidity and the Sinano Sweet has less acidity.
 
GF/APL-004-a:
GF/APL-004-b:
 
SHINANO GOLD
(High Sugar Content)
Aomori Prefecture
(6pcs / 350g per pc)
SHINANO GOLD
(High Sugar Content)
Aomori Prefecture
(3pcs / 450g per pc)
 
     
Representative yellow-green apple.
Strong sweet flavour and mellow aroma.

The Ohrin variety was created by Tadanosuke Otsuki in Date-gun, Fukushima Prefecture, and is believed to be a cross between the Golden Delicious and Indo varieties.
It was named in 1952, but the variety was never registered and is now the second most commonly produced green apple after Fuji and Tsugaru. The Kiou and Toki varieties are descended from the Ohrin.
Although green apples have an image of being sour, the flesh of the Ohrin is somewhat hard, dense and juicy, with a sugar content of 13° and a strong sweetness that does not taste sour.
GF/APL-019-a:
GF/APL-019-b:
 
OHRIN
PREMIUM GRADE
(Sugar Level 14°up)
Aomori Prefecture
(6pcs / 350g per pc)
OHRIN
PREMIUM GRADE
(Sugar Level 14°up)
Aomori Prefecture
$33.00/box
(3pcs / 450g per pc)
 
     
What is the difference between Fuji and San Fuji?
The Fuji is a crossbreed of the Kunimitsu and Delicious varieties and has been the most widely produced apple in Japan since it was registered as a variety in 1962. Its popularity has spread overseas and it is now produced in China, the USA and other countries, making it the most widely produced apple in the world.

The fruit was usually grown in a bag to improve the colouring, but with the development of improved varieties and colouring branches, it has become possible to produce apples with a certain degree of beautiful colouring without the need to cover the fruit with a bag. Nowadays, the majority of the grapes are Sanfuji.
In terms of flavour, the fruit grown without bags has a stronger sweetness due to the abundant sunlight. For this reason, "bagless" cultivation is also being actively practised, with the emphasis on the taste when eaten rather than the appearance of the colour. However, bagged varieties are superior in terms of storage and preservation.
 
GF/APL-032-a:
GF/APL-032-b:
 
TOKUSEN
KOUTOUDO SAN FUJI
(High Sugar Content)
Aomori Prefecture
(6pcs / 350g+per pc)
TOKUSEN
KOUTOUDO SAN FUJI
(High Sugar Content)
Aomori Prefecture
(6pcs / 450g+per pc)
 
     
GF/APL-033-a: GF/APL-033-b: GF/APL-033-c:
ESASHI NO SAN FUJI
with honey
(Highly Rated)
Iwate Prefecture
(2L size / 6pcs)
(L size / 6pcs)
ESASHI NO SAN FUJI
with honey
(Highly Rated)
Iwate Prefecture
(3L size / 3pcs)
ESASHI NO SAN FUJI
with honey
(Highly Rated)
Iwate Prefecture
(4L size / 3pcs)
     
 

 

柿 (化粧箱) /
PERSIMMON (GIFT BOX)

     
   
GF/PSM-006:
   
REIZOU FUYUU GAKI
(FRESH CHILLED
PERSIMMON)
(PREMIUM GRADE
AKA-SHU)
Fukuoka Prefecture
(18pcs / approx 5kg)
   
     

 

干し柿 (化粧箱) /
DRIED PERSIMMON (GIFT BOX)

GF/DPSM-008: GF/DPSM-005-b: GF/DPSM-005-c:
ICHIDA-GAKI
Nagano Prefecture
(24pcs /
approx 700g)
KORO-GAKI
Ishikawa Prefecture
(2L size (8pcs) /
L size(10pcs) /
approx 400g)
KORO-GAKI
Ishikawa Prefecture
(3L size (12pcs) /
2L size(16pcs) /
approx 800g)
     
 
GF/DPSM-006-b: GF/DPSM-006-4L:  
TOYAMA HOSHIGAKI
Toyama Prefecture
(3L size / 8pcs /
approx 600g)
TOYAMA HOSHIGAKI
Toyama Prefecture
$138.00/box
(4L size / 12pcs /
approx 1.2kg)
 
     
What is the difference between "ANPO-GAKI" and "HOSHI-GAKI (dried persimmons)"? Dried persimmons are simply dried fruits that become darker and harder as they dry over time. Anpo-gaki, on the other hand, are smoked with sulphur and dried, so they are soft and juicy like yokan (bean jelly) and have a sweet taste. The water content is skimmed off to around 20-30% for dried persimmons and 50% for Anpo-gaki.
Incidentally, Anpo-gaki have a long history, dating back to the Edo period when they were first produced and sold in the Isazawa area of the town of Yanagawa, Date County, Fukushima Prefecture. It is said that the name "Anpo-gaki" comes from "amaboshi kaki" (dried persimmon), which is a corruption of "amaboshi kaki" (dried persimmon in the sun)
GF/DPSM-001-a:
GF/DPSM-001-b: GF/DPSM-003:
ANPO-GAKI
(DRIED PERSIMMON)
Toyama Prefecture
(L size / 9pcs
approx 540g)
ANPO-GAKI
(DRIED PERSIMMON)
Toyama Prefecture
(L size / 8pcs
approx 540g)
ANPO-GAKI
FKUMITSU-GAKI
Toyama Prefecture
(12pcs /
approx 1.2kg)
     
   
GF/DPSM-011:    
SWEET PERSIMMON
Shimane Prefecture
(21pcs /
approx 750g)
   
     
 

 

その他 /
OTHERS

樫山農園 / KASHIYAMA FARM from Tokushima Pref.

High sugar content ‘SANGOJU (Coral Tree Tomato)’ aiming to be the best in the world.

The Sangoju is a brand of the Kashiyama Estate in Tokushima Prefecture, with a sugar content of over 8 degrees. The high selection standards and consistent taste are delivered directly from the farm.
The tomatoes are cultivated using Kashiyama Farm's unique solution cultivation method, where the optimum fertiliser content is precisely controlled by computer and the water used is passed through a special water purifier, resulting in a high sugar content and a rich flavour with little cloying taste.

You can choose your favourite size (total weight approx. 1 kg)
Size S (24 pcs)---approx. 41 g per ball/ 43 mm in diameter
M size (20 pcs)—approx. 50 g per ball/50 mm in diameter
L size (18 pcs)—approx. 55 g/55 mm in diameter
GF/OTR-001: GF/OTR-051: GF/OTR-052:
SANGOJU TOMATO
(FARM DIRECT)
Tokushima Prefecture
(approx 1kg)
*Available size: M
NOUSHUKU TOMATO
(for SALAD use)
Tokushima Prefecture
(approx 1kg)
FRUIT TOMATO
SUZUKA
(for SALAD use)
Tokushima Prefecture
(approx 1kg)
     
 
GF/OTR-053: GF/OTR-054:  
SANUKI ANGEL SWEET
(KIWI FRUITS)
Kagawa Prefecture
(9pcs / approx 1.4kg)
SATO-NISHIKI
(CHERRY /
Wooden gift box)
Yamagata Prefecture
(L size / approx 430g)
 
     
     

マンゴー / MANGO

Fully ripe mangoes fall off by themselves. This is the signal that they are fully ripe!


The characteristic feature of Miyazaki fully ripe mangoes is that they are covered with a net and harvested when they are fully ripe and have naturally fallen into the net. The variety is 'Irwin’.
It was first introduced to Miyazaki in 1984 by Shoichi Tate, then head of the fruit tree section of JA Saito, who was instructing farmers on cultivation and was impressed by the mangoes he encountered on a visit to Okinawa.

Mangoes with the brand name 'Taiyo no Tamago' are marketed as 'Taiyo no Tamago', the highest grade of mango, if they meet the following criteria: sugar content of 15 degrees or more, a fruit weighing 350g or more and more than half of the fruit is bright red on the outside.
GF/OTR-020:
GF/OTR-012:
GF/OTR-013:
TAIYO NO TAMAGO
(TOP PREMIUM)
Miyazaki Prefecture
(5L size /
approx 900g/pc)
TAIYO NO TAMAGO
(TOP PREMIUM)
Miyazaki Prefecture
(4L size / 2pcs /
approx 1.5kg)
TAIYO NO TAMAGO
(TOP PREMIUM)
Miyazaki Prefecture
(3L size / 2pcs /
approx 1.3kg)
     
 
GF/OTR-014:
   
TAIYO NO TAMAGO
(TOP PREMIUM)
Miyazaki Prefecture
(2L size / 3pcs /
approx 350g/pc)
   
     
GF/OTR-015-a:
  GF/OTR-033-a:
KANJUKU MANGO
(PREMIUM GRADE
AKA-SHU)
Miyazaki Prefecture
(5L size /
approx 900g)
  KANJUKU MANGO
(PREMIUM GRADE
AKA-SHU)
Miyazaki Prefecture
(4L size /
approx 500g)
     
GF/OTR-033-b:
GF/OTR-033-c:
GF/OTR-033-d:
KANJUKU MANGO
(PREMIUM GRADE
AKA-SHU)
Miyazaki Prefecture
(3L size /
approx 450g)
KANJUKU MANGO
(PREMIUM GRADE
AKA-SHU)
Miyazaki Prefecture
(2L size /
approx 400g)
KANJUKU MANGO
(PREMIUM GRADE
AKA-SHU)
Miyazaki Prefecture
(M size / 2pcs
approx 650g)
     
     

さくらんぼ / SAKURANBO (Cherry)

A late-ripening variety of cherry born in Yamagata Prefecture.

Beni-shuho was selected and bred at the Yamagata Prefectural Horticultural Experiment Station in 1979 from a cross between Sato-nishiki and Tenko-nishiki, which bore its first fruit seven years later, in 1986.
The rind is coloured with reddish-yellow spots and is darker than other Japanese Sakuranbo (cherry). The flesh is firm and firm, but the juice is plentiful and very sweet with low acidity.
GF/OTR-009:
GF/OTR-048:
GF/OTR-049:
BENI-SHUHO
Yamagata Prefecture
(2L size /
approx 500g)
BENI-SHUHO
Yamagata Prefecture
(2L size /
approx 300g)
BENI-SHUHO
Yamagata Prefecture
(2L size /
approx 90g)
     
The quality of the 'red ruby' is among the finest in Japan.

Sato Nishiki was created in Yamagata Prefecture by Eisuke Sato, who bred a cross between Napoleon and Koyatama, and is now known as 'Red Ruby' and is the leading variety of cherries in Japan. It is now known as the 'Red Ruby' and is the most famous variety of cherries in Japan.
The pulp is milky white, and both pulp and juice are abundant, with an average sugar content of 16-18° , with some high-end varieties reaching 30°.
GF/OTR-019:
GF/OTR-031:
GF/OTR-045-a:
SATO-NISHIKI
(PREMIUM
TOKUSHU GRADE)
Yamagata Prefecture
(2L size /
approx 300g)
SATO-NISHIKI
(PREMIUM
TOKUSHU GRADE)
Yamagata Prefecture
(2L size /
approx 480g)
SATO-NISHIKI
(PREMIUM
TOKUSHU GRADE)
Yamagata Prefecture
(L size /
approx 450g)
     
GF/OTR-045-b:
GF/OTR-047-a:
GF/OTR-047-b:
SATO-NISHIKI
(PREMIUM
TOKUSHU GRADE)
Yamagata Prefecture
(2L size /
approx 450g)
SATO-NISHIKI
(PREMIUM
TOKUSHU GRADE)
Aomori Prefecture
(3L size /
approx 550g)
SATO-NISHIKI
(PREMIUM
TOKUSHU GRADE)
Aomori Prefecture
(2L size /
approx 500g)
     
GF/OTR-011-a:
GF/OTR-011-b:
GF/OTR-011-c:
SATO-NISHIKI
Yamagata Prefecture
(approx 100g)
SATO-NISHIKI
Yamagata Prefecture
(L size / approx 100g)
SATO-NISHIKI
Yamagata Prefecture
(approx 100g)
     
Anti-ageing with passion fruit, which has high beauty benefits!


It is rich in β-carotene, with 1100 µg per 100 g, which is one of the highest levels among fruits. β-carotene is converted into vitamin A in the body and is expected to help maintain healthy skin and mucous membranes, as well as boosting immunity.

Passion fruit has been growing wild in its native South America for a long time, but it was not until the 17th century that it spread around the world. It was around this time that the name 'passion' was coined, and it is said that around 1610 a Spanish missionary saw the flower while travelling in South America and named it 'passion flower’.
In Japan, it was introduced in the Meiji era (1868-1912) and is mainly grown in subtropical regions such as Okinawa Prefecture and the Amami Islands in Kagoshima Prefecture.
GF/OTR-017-a:
GF/OTR-017-b:
GF/OTR-017-c:
PASSION FRUITS
Okinawa Prefecture
(9pcs /
approx 1kg)
PASSION FRUITS
Okinawa Prefecture
(12pcs /
approx 1kg)
PASSION FRUITS
Okinawa Prefecture
(M size / 11pcs /
approx 1kg)
     
 
GF/OTR-017-d:
   
PASSION FRUITS
Okinawa Prefecture
(S size / 13pcs /
approx 1kg)
   
     
Reasonably-sized small watermelons with concentrated taste!
Hitorijime 7-EX, Hitorijime 7 and Hitorijime HM are small watermelon varieties developed and bred by Hagiwara Farm Co. in Nara Prefecture.
The Hitorijime 7-EX, Hitorijime 7 and Hitorijime HM are the smallest of the small watermelon varieties and, as the name suggests, are so large that one person could eat a whole one by themselves, changing the image of watermelons and making them very popular.
The taste is crisper than that of large watermelons, and the sugar content is high, with small watermelons having a sugar content of more than 12-14 degrees Celsius, compared to 10.5 degrees for ordinary watermelons. Another feature is that it can be eaten right up to the very edge of the rind, allowing the juicy flavour to be enjoyed right through to the end.
GF/OTR-030:
GF/OTR-036:
GF/OTR-037:
KODAMA SUIKA
Kumamoto Prefecture
(approx 1.2kg)
KURO KAWA SUIKA
YUMEKURO-KODAMA
(Watermelon-black skin)
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Kumamoto Prefecture
(2L size /approx 1.4kg)
KIKUCHI NO SUIKA
(KODAMA SUIKA)
Kumamoto Prefecture
(2L size /
approx 1.4kg+)
     
   
GF/OTR-044:
   
HITORIJIME 7-EX
Gunma Prefecture
(approx 1kg)
   
     
Even the seeds can be eaten! The 'Pino Girl' watermelon revolution!!
This is a new small watermelon variety developed by Nara Prefecture-based seed and seedling manufacturer Nanto Seed Corporation, which began commercial shipments in 2020. The seeds are about a quarter the size of conventional varieties and are called micro-seeded® small watermelons, which can be eaten without removing the seeds.
It is characterised by its thin skin, slightly firm flesh, firm texture and high sugar content. It is also one-quarter the size of ordinary watermelon seeds, so you hardly notice the seeds when you eat it, and 'even if you do bite into the seeds, the texture is like a soft chocolate chip and there is no unpleasant bitterness.' The product is introduced as.
GF/OTR-046:
   
MICRO SEED®
PINO GIRL
Nagasaki Prefecture
(approx 1.6kg)
   
     
A high-sugar pineapple with low acidity that can be torn into pieces and eaten by hand!
The official name of this variety is the Bogor pineapple, which originates from Taiwan, but it is nicknamed the Snack Pine because it is easy to tear off and eat like a snack (even the core is tasty).
Weighing between 700g~1kg, it is smaller than most pineapples and is characterised by the large gaps in its flesh. In terms of flavour, the pineapple is less acidic and has a stronger aroma. The sweetness is concentrated, so it is also recommended for people who have difficulty with sourness or a burning sensation on the tongue when eating regular pineapples.
GF/OTR-022:
GF/OTR-032:
GF/OTR-046:
PEACH PINE
(BOGOR PINEAPPLE)
Okinawa Prefecture
(approx 650g)
CHURA PINE
(BOGOR PINEAPPLE)
Okinawa Prefecture
(approx 750g)
SNACK PINE
(BOGOR PINEAPPLE)
Okinawa Prefecture
(2pcs /
approx 500g/pc)
     
 
GF/OTR-050:
   
SNACK PINE
(BOGOR PINEAPPLE)
Okinawa Prefecture
(approx 500g)
   
     

 

みかん・柑橘類 (化粧箱) /
CITRUS (GIFT BOX)

All citrus fruits (lemon/pomelo/tangerine/mikan) offer rich, natural sources of Vitamin C, with high PH value, making it alkaline.
Consuming more citrus fruits is a fantastic way to strengthen our immune system against bacteria and virus.

橘子類: 所有橘子(檸檬/柚子/蜜柑/橙)都含"富維他命-C " 和含較高"PH 値”, 多吃能提高身体的 " 免疫力 "

     
GF/CTR-002:
GF/CTR-007:
GF/CTR-048:
HAUSE MIKAN
KARATSU
Saga Prefecture
(approx 400g)
ARIDA no
HOUSE MIKAN
TAIYO no KIWAMI
Wakayama Prefecture
(16pcs / approx 1.3kg)
HOUSE MIKAN
TAMURA
Wakayama Prefecture
(12pcs / approx 1kg)
     
   
GF/CTR-077:
   
ARIDA no
HOUSE MIKAN
Wakayama Prefecture
(12pcs / approx 1kg)
   
     
What is Chūban-kan...?
Chūban-kan is the general term for citrus fruits that appear from the beginning of the year to May, taking over from Unshu-mikan (mandarin oranges).
There are so many varieties with different appearances, seasons and origins that it is impossible to count them all, and many varieties continue to be developed, including 'Kiyomi', 'Setaka', 'Shiranui' and many others with a wide variety.
   
GF/CTR-076:
   
YAMATORA no
CHUBANKAN
(SHIRANUI)
Wakayama Prefecture
(12pcs)
   
     
Mishoukan, also known as Kawachi-bankan
The king of citrus fruits, called the Japanese grapefruit, which can be enjoyed right down to the peel.

It is a refreshing citrus recommended for early summer, with a good balance of sweetness and acidity and little bitterness, and has various names depending on the producing region or area. In Ehime Prefecture, it is also called Mishokan, Uwa Gold and Misho Gold, and in Kumamoto Prefecture, Juicy Orange.

Kawachi Bunkan, discovered in Kumamoto Prefecture as an accidental variety, is said to be a natural hybrid of Buntan, with its bright yellow rind and fresh, slightly aromatic flavour similar to Buntan!

Cut and eat with a spoon in the same way as a grapefruit!
You can also peel it and enjoy the pulp, or make marmalade from the peel.
 
GF/CTR-078:
   
MISHOUKAN
Ehime Prefecture
(4pcs)
   
     
Seminole oranges were born in the United States and grown in Arida, Kishu, the home of mandarins, where they enjoy the benefits of the Kuroshio sea breezes and the sun.
The Seminole is a hybrid of the Duncan Grapefruit and Dancy Tangerines. It was introduced to Japan in 1955.
It has a rich flavour with a strong sweetness and acidity.
The pulp is soft and the juice is very rich. The jōno-membrane (thin skin) is thin and juicy, so a smile-cut is recommended when eating it.
   
GF/CTR-074:
   
SEMINOLE ORANGE
Wakayama Prefecture
(10pcs /
approx 200g per pc)
   
     
One of the most popular citrus fruits of spring.
A cross between the Kiyomi orange and the Ponkan, this variety is characterised by its easy peeling and palatability.
The name ‘Kijuku 301’ comes from the fact that the fruit is ripened on the tree for more than 301 days after flowering in May, which is longer than usual.
Only those Dekopon that have passed the sugar and acid levels checks using light sensors and are shipped.
The sugar content of normal Dekopon is 13 degrees, but this one is 15 degrees! The long maturation on the tree gives it a strong sweetness and a rich flavour and aroma.
GF/CTR-063-c:
GF/CTR-063-d:
GF/CTR-063-e:
KIJUKU 301
DEKOPON
Wakayama Prefecture
(10pcs /
approx 3kg)
KIJUKU 301
DEKOPON
Wakayama Prefecture
(12pcs /
approx 3kg)
KIJUKU 301
DEKOPON
Wakayama Prefecture
(10pcs /
approx 3kg)
     
A gem that comes out in the final stages of the season.
Dekopon (Shiranui) are generally harvested between December and February, but instead of picking them then, they wait another month or two and ripen on the tree until just before shipping in March or April. Most regions harvest early because of the increased risk of disease, insect damage and weather, which reduces the percentage of correct products, but this is compensated for by the high level of technology developed over a long history of production.
The fruit must have a sugar content of at least 13% during an inspection in early February, and must be harvested after growing on the tree until March. Only Dekopon that meet these criteria can call themselves “Tree-Ripened Dekopon".
   
GF/CTR-075:
   
GAMAGORI
KIJUKU DEKOPON
(Tree-Ripened)
Aichi Prefecture
(3L size / 10pcs /
approx 3.5kg)
   
     
The season is short! Named so because once you have tasted it, you will never forget it and want to encore it.
Encore is said to be a variety bred by Dr Frost and his colleagues at the University of California, USA, by crossing King (Tangor) and Mediterranean mandarins, and was introduced in 1965.
It is said to have been introduced to Japan in 1969, but its cultivation area is still small and it is only sold in a few speciality shops such as department stores as a luxury citrus due to its rarity and rich sweetness.
Harvesting is concentrated in March and the best season for eating is only available for a short period from March to April.
 
GF/CTR-044:
   
ENCORE ORANGE
Ehime Prefecture
(9pcs /
approx 2.2kg)
   
     
The white peel (albedo) and pulp together give the fruit a unique flavour not found in other citrus fruits. Hyuganatsu is thought to be a mutant species of yuzu, discovered in 1820 in the garden of Yasutaro Makata in Miyazaki. It has since become a speciality of Miyazaki Prefecture and is now grown in many parts of Japan, and is produced and shipped as 'Tosa Konatsu' and 'Konatsu Mikan' in Kochi Prefecture, as well as 'New Summer Orange' in Ehime and Shizuoka Prefectures.
The pulp and juice are highly acidic and refreshing, but the white inner skin (albedo) between the outer skin and pulp has a slight sweetness, and eating this white skin (albedo) and pulp together gives it a unique flavour not found in other citrus fruits.
Unlike normal mandarins, the peel is peeled thinly like an apple, cut into wedges with the fruit and eaten together with the white part and the fruit.
 
GF/CTR-021-a:
GF/CTR-021-b:
 
HYUGANATSU-CHAN
Miyazaki Prefecture
(12~13pcs /
approx 2.5kg)
HYUGANATSU
(SEEDLESS)
Miyazaki Prefecture
(10~11pcs /
approx 2.5kg)
 
     
The melt-in-your-mouth flavour is truly the "king of citrus".
Setoka is a Tangor variety bred by crossing ‘Kiyomi’ with ‘Encore’ and then ‘Marcotte’ at the Fruit Tree Experiment Station in Nagasaki, and was registered as a variety in October 2001. It is a large variety of Tangor, with only a small production, and its thin and easily damaged rind means that it is sold at high prices as a luxury gift.
According to the National Agricultural Research Organisation, the name "Setoka" is derived from the name of the place (Hayasaki Seto) from which it is grown (Kuchinotsu-cho, Nagasaki Prefecture), the fact that it is expected to be grown in the Seto Inland Sea region and the variety's good aroma.
GF/CTR-030:
GF/CTR-042-a:
GF/CTR-042-b:
SETOKA
Saga Prefecture
$238.00/box
(3L size / 10pcs
/ approx 3kg)
SETOKA
Ehime Prefecture
(3L size / 10pcs
/ approx 3kg)
SETOKA
Ehime Prefecture
(4L size / 8pcs
/ approx 3kg)
     
GF/CTR-042-c:
GF/CTR-042-d:
GF/CTR-042-e:
SETOKA
Ehime Prefecture
(6pcs)
SETOKA
Ehime Prefecture
(8pcs)
SETOKA
Ehime Prefecture
(8pcs)
     
   
GF/CTR-042-f:
   
SETOKA
Premium Grade
- AKA-SHU
Nagasaki Prefecture
(8pcs)
   
     
Kara-mandarins "Mikyan's Nakajima News" - highest grade “匠(Takumi) and 極 (Kiwami)”. Kara-mandarins are an extremely late ripening mandarin that ripens later than other Unshu mandarins and is harvested after enduring a cold winter. After a long ripening period on the tree, the mandarins have a concentrated flavour, with a good acidity and a strong sweetness. It is a very rare variety that flowers next year at harvest time, and is a juicy spring tangerine with no seeds, easy to peel and with a sweet, rich flavour. Kala-mandarin was bred at the University of California in the USA from a cross between Unshu Mandarin and King Mandarin, and was introduced to Japan in 1955 after being released in 1935.
Initially, it was shunned because of its difficulty in cultivation and management, and its strong acidity, but when a variety survey was conducted after seeing chickadees flocking to neglected Kara-mandarins, production increased due to its excellent taste, and the quality of Kara-mandarins was re-evaluated. The highest grade [ 匠 (Takumi) and 極 (Kiwami)] kara-mandarins, cultivated by the masters of Nakajima, a famous mandarin producing area, are delivered in a very cute "Mikyan" individually wrapped package.
 
GF/CTR-036:
GF/CTR-064:
 
KARA MANDARIN
- MIKYAN NO
NAKAJIMA DAYORI
Ehime Prefecture
(12pcs / approx 1.2kg)
KARA-MANDARIN
Wakayama Prefecture
(M size / 12pcs /
approx 1.5kg)
 
     
What is MATOUHYOU MIKAN?
“Matouhyou” is Arida from Wakayama Prefecture.
Genuine-oriented “discerning” making it is a mandarin orange that is not too sweet and not too sour and has a mellow flavour. As the name “Mellow mandarin orange” is also known, the target soldier mandarin orange has a good balance of sweetness and acidity, and is characterised by a mellow taste.
This is because we use all - “organic fertilizer” that uses high-quality fishmeal to create a mellow taste that is environmentally friendly, in search of a handmade taste.
Never take the powder attached to the target Matouhyou orange. It is a large powder to maintain the flavourful oranges.
This powder is a mixture of “calcium” and “sulfur”, which enhances subtle water control and storability.

和歌山县产的“有田”田ロ式士兵橙子化妆盒正宗的“挑别”制作这是一种不太甜也不太酸,味道醇厚的橘子。 橘子的特点是味道因为它也被称为“ Meloya Kamikan”醇厚,甜度和酸度平衡良好。 这是因为我们使用全“有机肥”环保口感,寻找手工制作的味道。 ,使用优质鱼粉打造醇厚的千万不要把附着在目标士兵橘子上的粉末拿走。 它是一种大粉,可以保持橙子的美味。 这种粉末是“钙”和“硫”的混合物,可增强微妙的水分控制和可储存性。 请放心,它取自大自然,放入口中无害。 拥有黑潮得天独厚的气候的
GF/CTR-015-a:
GF/CTR-015-b:
GF/CTR-015-c:
MATOHYO MIKAN
(TOP PREMIUM GRADE
- AKA SHU)
Wakayama Prefecture
(2L size/ 9pcs /
approx 1.5kg)
MATOHYO MIKAN
(TOP PREMIUM GRADE
- AKA SHU)
Wakayama Prefecture
(L size/ 10pcs /
approx 1.5kg)
MATOHYO MIKAN
(TOP PREMIUM GRADE
- AKA SHU)
Wakayama Prefecture
(L size/ 18pcs)
     
GF/CTR-026-a:
GF/CTR-026-b:
GF/CTR-026-c:
MATOHYO MIKAN
(TOP PREMIUM GRADE
- AKA SHU)
Wakayama Prefecture
(L size/ 35pcs /
approx 5kg)
MATOHYO MIKAN
(TOP PREMIUM GRADE
- AKA SHU)
Wakayama Prefecture
(M size/ 45pcs /
approx 5kg)
MATOHYO MIKAN
(TOP PREMIUM GRADE
- AKA SHU)
Wakayama Prefecture
(S size/ 55pcs /
approx 5kg)
     
What is ARIDA NO SHINDOU MIKAN? At the westernmost end of Arida, the peninsula that just out into the Kit Suidou, the peninsula is about to sink into the sea, and the small settlement that was opened there is the “Shindo district”. The mountain here is made of dark green metamorphic rock called chlorite, which is [the viscous soil where the rock is weathered], [the whole garden is abundantly sunshine facing south], and [is carried by the sea breeze Minerals], nurture dark-colored, deep-tasting oranges.

在有田的最西端,伸入纪伊水道的半岛,半岛即将沉入大海,在那里开辟的小聚落就是“新道区”。 这里的山是由一种叫做绿泥石的深绿色变质岩构成,是【岩石风化的粘性土壤】,【全园朝南阳光充沛】,【被海风吹来】矿物质的滋养颜色深,味道深的橙子。
GF/CTR-024:
GF/CTR-027:
GF/CTR-069:
ARIDA SHINDO MIKAN
(PREMIUM GRADE
- AKA SHU)
Wakayama Prefecture
(2L size / 9pcs /
approx 1.5kg)
ARIDA SHINDO MIKAN
(PREMIUM GRADE
- AKA SHU)
Wakayama Prefecture
(L size / 18pcs)
ARIDA SHINDO MIKAN
(PREMIUM GRADE -
AKA SHU)
Wakayama Prefecture
(L/M size / approx 3kg)
     
For many years, the tastiest mandarin in the Kyoto market has been considered to be Shindo Mikan's 'Genjiro’. Shindo Mikan is one of the best quality mandarins in Wakayama, a famous mandarin producing area in Japan. Among the many producers of Shindo Mikan, this is the Mikan of "GENJIRO", a highly respected master.
 
GF/CTR-028-a:
GF/CTR-028-b:
 
ARIDA SHINDO MIKAN
(LUXURY GRADE)
Wakayama Prefecture
(L size / 12pcs)
ARIDA SHINDO MIKAN
(LUXURY GRADE)
Wakayama Prefecture
(M size / 12pcs)
 
     
For 100 years, three suns* have nurtured "much tastier" Mikan *Ehime Prefecture is said to have "three suns ". The first refers to the sun shining in the tropical sky, the second to the sun reflecting off the sea, and the third to the sun shining off and reflecting off the stone walls built on the slopes. Blessed with these 'three suns', citrus fruits in Ehime grow to be sweet and juicy.

Specialising in Unshu mikan (mandarins), the farmers take the time and effort to cultivate them without labour-saving work, using sensors to measure sugar content and acidity, cameras to measure colour, flaws, shape and size, and rot sensors to thoroughly remove any damaged fruit. The fruits are commercialised with names such as ‘豪琉頭千両 (Gold Senryo)’, ‘日の丸千両 (Hinomaru Senryo)’, ‘百年柑橘 (Hyakunen Kankitsu)’ and ‘ガキ大将 (Gaki Daisho)’, according to their rank in terms of colour and shape.
GF/CTR-016-a:
GF/CTR-016-b:
GF/CTR-016-c:
HINOMARU MIKAN
(LUXURY GRADE)
Ehime Prefecture
(L size / 38pcs /
approx 3kg/box)
HINOMARU MIKAN
(LUXURY GRADE)
Ehime Prefecture
(M size / 48pcs /
approx 3kg/box)
HINOMARU MIKAN
(LUXURY GRADE)
Ehime Prefecture
(S size / 48pcs /
approx 3kg/box)
     
Beni Madonna is a tangor* of tangerine and orange blood, a cross between the 'Nanko' and 'Amakusa' varieties *Tangor generally refers to a cross between a mandarin orange and an orange.

This citrus variety was registered in 2005 and is a palm-sized fruit, slightly larger than a typical tangerine. The nickname 'Beni Madonna' is a registered trade mark of JA Zen-Noh Ehime, and cultivation is limited to Ehime Prefecture only, with the variety name Ehime Fruit Experiment No. 28. Only those that meet certain strict standards are shipped as 'Beni Madonna’.
One of the main attractions of Beni Madonna is its new, melt-in-your-mouth texture, which is described as 'jelly-like'. Each piece of pulp is smooth and full of juice, as if it were a single piece of fruit. The thin skin inside is also extremely thin and does not affect the taste at all, creating an elegant texture.
The lovely name is said to derive from 'Madonna', the heroine of Soseki Natsume's novel 'Botchan', which is set in Matsuyama City, Ehime Prefecture.
 
GF/CTR-017-a:
GF/CTR-017-b:
 
BENI MADONNA
Ehime Prefecture
(3L size / 10pcs
approx 3kg)
BENI MADONNA
Ehime Prefecture
(2L size / 12pcs
approx 3kg)
 
     
I want to eat more 'Beni Madonna’! The variety is the same as the high-end citrus Beni Madonna. It just slightly falls short of the standards for sugar content, acidity and appearance. But if you want to eat more Beni Madonna and it's not for gift-giving, then Aika is the one for you!
 
GF/CTR-019-a:
GF/CTR-019-b:
 
AIKA
(Same variety as
BENI MADONNA)
Ehime Prefecture
(M size / 6pcs)
AIKA
(Same variety as
BENI MADONNA)
Ehime Prefecture
(L size / 6pcs)
 
     
"Daimasaki" has a bright red colour and a rich sweetness.
Since it was registered as a variety in 2006, it has continued to grow as one of the finest citrus fruits from Kagoshima Prefecture.
GF/CTR-018-a:
GF/CTR-018-b:
GF/CTR-018-c:
DAIMASAKI
(AKA-SHU GRADE)
Kagoshima Prefecture
$138.00/box
(6pcs /
approx 375g per pc)
DAIMASAKI
(AKA-SHU GRADE)
Kagoshima Prefecture
(7pcs /
approx 3kg/box)
DAIMASAKI
(AKA-SHU GRADE)
Kagoshima Prefecture
(8pcs /
approx 3kg/box)
     
 
GF/CTR-018-d:
GF/CTR-018-e:
 
DAIMASAKI
(AKA-SHU GRADE)
Kagoshima Prefecture
(10pcs /
approx 3kg/box)
DAIMASAKI
(AKA-SHU GRADE)
Kagoshima Prefecture
(12pcs /
approx 3kg/box)
 
     
The ultimate tangor born from the best citrus fruits of the past. The ultimate next-generation citrus, created by crossing ‘Kiyomi’ and ‘Trovita oranges’ to produce ‘Nishinoka’, and then ‘Ponkan’ to produce Ehime Prefecture's ultimate next-generation citrus after many years of hard work and effort.
It is characterised by its high sugar content and low citric acid content (around 1.1%), which gives it a strong sweetness, and its sweetness is felt as a jelly-like pulp rather than a dripping juiciness.
GF/CTR-032-a:
GF/CTR-033-a:
GF/CTR-033-b:
KANPEI
(TOP PREMIUM CITRUS)
Ehime Prefecture
$238.00/box
(4L size / 8pcs /
approx 3kg)
KANPEI
Ehime Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 250g/pc)
KANPEI
Ehime Prefecture
(8pcs /
approx 250g/pc)
     
Buntan is native to the Malay Peninsula and Indochina.
It is said to have been introduced to Japan at the end of the Muromachi period (1336-1573). Most of the cultivated varieties today are grown from scions introduced from Taiwan and China after the Meiji era (1868-1912), and then bred and hybridised.
It is characterised by its high juice content and soft pulp. It has a high sugar content and a refreshing acidity, making it a very palatable Buntan. It is said to be a crossbreed between the ‘Banoukan’ and ‘Tosa Buntan’, and was born in Kochi Prefecture and named in 1958.
GF/CTR-039:
GF/CTR-073-a:
GF/CTR-073-b:
SUISHO BUNTAN
Aichi Prefecture
(7pcs /
approx 2kg)
TOSA-BUNTAN
Kouchi Prefecture
(2pcs /
approx 700g+/pc)
TOSA-BUNTAN
Kouchi Prefecture
(5pcs /
approx 700g+/pc)
     
The world's largest citrus with a sugar content of around 11 degrees and a mild acidity of about 1.3%.
In 1920, the high quality fruit variety Banpeiyu was imported to Taiwan from its native Malay Peninsula by Yaichi Shimada, a botanist from Kumamoto Prefecture who was working for the Taiwan Governor-General's Office at the time.
Fifteen years later, in 1935, through the kindness of Mr Shimada, a trial production was conducted at the Kumamoto Prefectural Fruit Experiment Station, and it was found to be well suited to the climate of Kumamoto, especially the Yatsushiro region.
The origin of the name comes from the fact that in Taiwan, oranges with white flesh are called 白柚 peiyu (white citron), and because they ripened 晩 (晩生) late, they were called 晩白柚 (Banpeiyu).
   
GF/CTR-051:
   
BANPEIYU
Kumamoto Prefecture
(2L size)
   
     
Yamakawa Mikan, one of Japan's top brands of mandarin oranges with outstanding taste, which can be tasted from mid-October The town of Yamakawa, also known as 'Mikan Town', and the city of Miyama in Fukuoka Prefecture are famous for their sweet and tasty 'Yamakawa Mikan'. The variety is called 'Kitaharawase' and was registered in 2009.
The JA Minami Chikugo Citrus Club checks the quality carefully and classifies the oranges into three brands: Marutoku (Hakata Mild, Honey Mikan), Mild (Mild 130) and Regular. The three brands are classified into three categories, with standard values for sugar content and acidity, etc.
The 'Marutoku' and 'Mild' ranks are required to be cultivated under mulch.
Under these thorough controls, very high-quality, tasty mandarins have been produced with a high sugar content of more than 12° and a production content of less than 1%, thanks to moderate acidity.
GF/CTR-065-a:
GF/CTR-065-b:
GF/CTR-065-c:
YAMAKAWA MIKAN
Fukuoka Prefecture
(approx 5kg/box)
YAMAKAWA MIKAN
Fukuoka Prefecture
(L size / 12pcs)
YAMAKAWA MIKAN
Fukuoka Prefecture
(M size / 12pcs)
     
Tamura Mikan, the best brand of Arida mandarin oranges from Wakayama, the largest producer of mandarin oranges in Japan The Arida region of Wakayama Prefecture has a history of more than 400 years of tangerine cultivation, which began in 1913.
The mandarin oranges from Tamura in the town of Yuasa are called 'Tamura Mikan' and are a brand within the Arida mikan category.
GF/CTR-020-a:
GF/CTR-020-b:
GF/CTR-066:
SPECIAL SELECTED
TOP PREMIUM
TAMURA MIKAN
Wakayama Prefecture
(L size / 18pcs)
SPECIAL SELECTED
TOP PREMIUM
TAMURA MIKAN
Wakayama Prefecture
(M size / 18pcs)
TAMURA MIKAN
Wakayama Prefecture
(M size / 12pcs)
     
One of the three major brands of Saikai mandarins. Ajikko Mikan is one of the three major brands of Saikai Mikan. The orchards are selected from the best orchards in the region to produce particularly tasty citrus fruits.
The orchards are fertilised with organic fertilisers and oyster shells, and the entire orchard is covered with Tyvek sheets.
The entire orchard is covered with Tyvek sheets to control rainwater.
The mandarins are ripened on the tree.
   
GF/CTR-055-b:
   
SAIKAI - AJIKKO
Nagasaki Prefecture
(12~15pcs /
approx 1.5kg)
   
     
Sasebo's nationally renowned high-sugar mikan “Ajimaru" is a product of the Sasebo-Unshu region, which has been selected for its tastiness from the best oranges in the region.
Only the best ripe oranges are selected for their high sugar content, high amino acid content and 'umami' and 'koku' (richness).
   
GF/CTR-067:
   
SAIKAI - AJIMARU
Nagasaki Prefecture
(M size / 12pcs)
   
     
Limited edition mikan from a particular farm known to those in the know Wakayama Prefecture is known as a major citrus growing region, with Arida Mikan, Tamura Mikan and Shindo Mikan being particularly famous.
Itomago Farm is said to be one of the pioneers of citrus cultivation in Wakayama Prefecture.
 
GF/CTR-068:
GF/CTR-070:
 
MAGO-MIKAN
Wakayama Prefecture
(15pcs/
approx 1.5kg)
MAGO-MIKAN
Wakayama Prefecture
(approx 5kg)
*Available size: L/M/S
 
     
Yutoku Mikan is the most popular top-end product of Saga Prefecture's 佐賀美人(Saga Bijin) mandarins. “Yutoku" is named after Yutoku Inari Shrine in Kashima, which is famous as one of Japan's three most famous Inari shrines and a god of business prosperity.
Only mandarins that have been carefully selected according to even stricter selection standards for variety, cultivation method and fruit selection criteria are shipped as 'Yutoku Mikan’.
The mandarins carefully selected from among the Saga Bijin have a sugar content of 13 degrees or more and a good acidity.
That is why they are so few in number (only about 1% of all occurrences) and are a rare product, making them ideal as gifts for loved ones.
   
GF/CTR-072:
   
SHOBAI HANJO
YUUTOKU MIKAN
(SPECIAL SELECTED)
Saga Prefecture
(L size / 35pcs /
approx 5kg)
*Available: 10 boxes
   
     

 

GF/CTR-001:
GF/CTR-003:
GF/CTR-004:
KIYOMI TANGOR
- MISAKI
(PREMIUM GRADE /
Sugar Level 11˚ up)
Ehime Prefecture
HOUSE MIKAN
- ARIDA MIKAN
(PREMIUM GRADE
/ Sugar Level 12˚ up)
Wakayama Prefecture
(approx 1kg / 10pcs)
KARA MANDARIN
(PREMIUM GRADE
/ Sugar Level 11˚ up)
Ehime Prefecture
     
GF/CTR-005:
GF/CTR-006:
GF/CTR-008:
HOUSE MIKAN
- GENSEN
TAKUMI no AJI
(PREMIUM GRADE
/ Sugar Level 13˚ up)
Nagasaki Prefecture
(approx 1.5kg /16pcs)
HOUSE MIKAN
(Sugar Level 11˚ up)
Tokushima Prefecture
(M size / 12pcs
/ approx 1.2kg)
HOUSE MIKAN
- SANUKI BENI
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Kagawa Prefecture
(21~25pcs / approx 3kg)
     
GF/CTR-009:
GF/CTR-010:
GF/CTR-011:
SAIKAI MIKAN
- AJIKKO MIKAN
Nagasaki Prefecture
(20pcs)
TAMURA MIKAN
(FARM DIRECT)
Wakayama Prefecture
(L size / 20pcs)
KURADASHI MIKAN
Wakayama Prefecture
(M size / 18pcs)
     
GF/CTR-012:
GF/CTR-013:
GF/CTR-014:
AJIKKO MIKAN
(Mandarin)
Wakayama prefecture
(M size / 18pcs)
ARIDA NO
ITOMAGO MIKAN
(Itomago Farm
/Mandarin)
Wakayama prefecture
(L size / 18pcs)
ARIDA NO
MAGO MIKAN
(Itomago Farm
/Mandarin)
Wakayama prefecture
(approx 2kg)
     
GF/CTR-016:
GF/CTR-029:
GF/CTR-031:
HINOMARU MIKAN
(TOP PREMIUM
GRADE - TOKUSHU)
Ehime prefecture
(S size / 60pcs /
approx 5kg)
OHARABENI WASE-MIKAN
Kagawa prefecture
(M size / 30pcs /
approx 100g/pc)
DAIMASAKI
PREMIUM DEKOPON
(Premium Grade)
Kagoshima prefecture
(3L size / 15pcs /
approx 330g/pc)
     
 
GF/CTR-032-b:

GF/CTR-035:
KANPEI
Ehime prefecture
(2L size / 12pcs /
approx 250g/pc)
  SHINDO MIKAN
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Wakayama prefecture
(2L size / 16pcs)
     
GF/CTR-037:
GF/CTR-038:
GF/CTR-040-b:
GAMAGOURI
HOUSE MIKAN
Aichi prefecture
(S size / 15pcs)
ARIDA no
HOUSE MIKAN
Wakayama prefecture
(S size / 12pcs
/ approx 1kg)
DEJIMA NO HANA
(TOP QUALITY
PREMIUM -
SHU GRADE)
Nagasaki prefecture
(S size / 60pcs /
approx 5kg)
     
GF/CTR-041:
GF/CTR-043:
GF/CTR-045-a:
AJIKKO MIKAN
(PREMIUM -
SHU GRADE)
Nagasaki prefecture
(S size / 60pcs /
approx 5kg)
HANA TACHIBANA
Fukuoka prefecture
(M size / 50pcs /
approx 5kg)
HAKATA MILD MIKAN
(PREMIUM GRADE - AO-SHU)
Ehime prefecture
(L size / 40pcs /
approx 5kg)
     
GF/CTR-046:
GF/CTR-047:
GF/CTR-049-a:
TAMURA MIKAN
(PREMIUM GRADE -
AKASHU / FARM DIRECT)
Wakayama prefecture
(L size / 40pcs /
approx 5kg)
TAMURA MIKAN
(PREMIUM GRADE -
AKASHU / FARM DIRECT)
Wakayama prefecture
(2L size / 16pcs)
TAMURA MIKAN
(PREMIUM GRADE -
AKASHU / FARM DIRECT)
Wakayama prefecture
(L size / 26pcs /
approx 3kg)
     
GF/CTR-050-a:
GF/CTR-054:
GF/CTR-055:
HIME-MIZUKI
Ehime prefecture
(L size / 40pcs /
approx 5kg)
SETOKA
(PREMIUM GRADE
- AO-SHU)
Ehime prefecture
(2L size / 12pcs
approx 3kg)
AJIKKO MIKAN
(HOUSE GROWN)
Nagasaki prefecture
(24pcs /
approx 2.5kg)
     
GF/CTR-056:
GF/CTR-057:
GF/CTR-059:
TAROKKO
(BLOOD ORANGE)
Ehime prefecture
(L size / 8pcs)
TAROKKO
Ehime prefecture
(L size / 4pcs)
TAROKKO
(BLOOD ORANGE)
Oita prefecture
(11pcs / approx 2.5kg)
     
 
GF/CTR-060:
GF/CTR-061:
 
TAROKKO
(BLOOD ORANGE)
(AO-SHU GRADE)
Ehime prefecture
(4L size /
8pcs / approx 260g/pc)
TAROKKO
(BLOOD ORANGE)
(AKA-SHU GRADE)
Ehime prefecture
(3L size / 4pcs
approx 200g/pc)
 
     
     
GF/CTR-022:
GF/CTR-023:
GF/CTR-053:
IRIKI KINKAN
(Premium Grade)
Kagoshima Prefecture
(4L size /
approx 4kg)
IRIKI KINKAN
(A Grade)
Kagoshima prefecture
(2L size / approx 1kg)
KINKAN IRIKI
Miyazaki prefecture
(32pcs / approx 800g)
     

 

干し柿 (化粧箱) /
DRIED PERSIMMON (GIFT BOX)

What is the difference between "ANPO-GAKI" and "HOSHI-GAKI (dried persimmons)"? Dried persimmons are simply dried fruits that become darker and harder as they dry over time. Anpo-gaki, on the other hand, are smoked with sulphur and dried, so they are soft and juicy like yokan (bean jelly) and have a sweet taste. The water content is skimmed off to around 20-30% for dried persimmons and 50% for Anpo-gaki.
Incidentally, Anpo-gaki have a long history, dating back to the Edo period when they were first produced and sold in the Isazawa area of the town of Yanagawa, Date County, Fukushima Prefecture. It is said that the name "Anpo-gaki" comes from "amaboshi kaki" (dried persimmon), which is a corruption of "amaboshi kaki" (dried persimmon in the sun)
GF/DPSM-001:
GF/DPSM-002: GF/DPSM-003:
ANPO-GAKI
(DRIED PERSIMMON)
Toyama prefecture
(L size / 9pcs
approx 540g)
ANPO-GAKI
(DRIED PERSIMMON)
Toyama prefecture
(2L size / 8pcs
approx 600g)
ANPO-GAKI
FKUMITSU-GAKI
Toyama Prefecture
(12pcs / approx 1.2kg)
     
GF/DPSM-004-a:
GF/DPSM-004-b: GF/DPSM-005-a:
KORO-GAKI
(Wooden Gift Box)
Ishikawa Prefecture
(8pcs /
approx 400g)
KORO-GAKI
(Wooden Gift Box)
Ishikawa
(16pcs /
approx 800g)
KORO-GAKI
Ishikawa Prefecture
(2L size / 6pcs /
approx 540g)
     
GF/DPSM-005-b: GF/DPSM-005-c: GF/DPSM-006-a:
KORO-GAKI
Ishikawa Prefecture
(2L size (8pcs) /
L size(10pcs) /
approx 400g)
KORO-GAKI
Ishikawa Prefecture
(3L size (12pcs) /
2L size(16pcs) /
approx 800g)
TOYAMA HOSHIGAKI
Toyama Prefecture
(4L size / 7pcs / approx 700g)
     
GF/DPSM-006-b: GF/DPSM-006-c: GF/DPSM-006-d:
TOYAMA HOSHIGAKI
Toyama Prefecture
(3L size / 8pcs /
approx 600g)
TOYAMA HOSHIGAKI
Toyama Prefecture
(2L size / 9pcs /
approx 650g)
TOYAMA HOSHIGAKI
Toyama Prefecture
(3L size / 16pcs /
approx 1.3kg)
     
GF/DPSM-006-e: GF/DPSM-007: GF/DPSM-008:
TOYAMA HOSHIGAKI
Toyama Prefecture
(2L size / 20pcs /
approx 1.3kg)
KORO-GAKI
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Ishikawa Prefecture
(2L size / 20pcs /
approx 1kg)
ICHIDA-GAKI
Nagano Prefecture
(20pcs /
approx 700g)
     
GF/DPSM-009: GF/DPSM-010: GF/DPSM-011:
ANPO-GAKI
(HIROOKA FARM
DIRECT)
Tottori Prefecture
(6pcs / approx 500g)
KORO-GAKI
(TRADITIONAL DRIED PERSIMMON)
Kyoto
(approx 1.2kg)
SWEET PERSIMMON
Shimane Prefecture
(21pcs /
approx 750g)
     
 
GF/DPSM-012: GF/DPSM-013:  
SWEET PERSIMMON
Shimane Prefecture
(15pcs /
approx 750g)
KORO-GAKI
(HIROOKA FARM
DIRECT)
Tottori Prefecture
(6pcs / approx 500g)
 
     
 
GF/DPSM-014: GF/DPSM-015:  
SHISHI-YUZU NO
MILLEFEUILLE
/ ICHIZEN-YA
from Kyoto
(approx net weight 180g+)
HOSHIGAKKI, WALNUT, FIGS
NO MILLEFEUILLE
/ ICHIZEN-YA
from Kyoto
(approx net weight 180g+)
 
     
 
GF/DPSM-016-a:
GF/DPSM-016-b:
KORO-GAKI
Yamanashi Prefectur
(L size / 12pcs
approx 360g)
KORO-GAKI
Yamanashi Prefectur
(2L size / 16pcs
approx 960g)
 
     

 

りんご (化粧箱) /
SELECTED APPLE (GIFT BOX)

'An apple a day is enough to keep the doctor away'.
*It means that an apple a day is so good for your health that you don't need a doctor.

     
IWATE NO HARUKA - FUYUKOI (PREMIUM GRADE) Iwate Junjo Premium "Fuyu Koi" (Haruka) about 2.5kg 8-11 balls Shipped sequentially from mid-December. The taste of first love that will be delivered to you.
Apples grown by the Iwate Touken Kenkyukai, which has outstanding cultivation techniques.
”Iwate Junjo Premium Fuyukoi" is made with only selected balls with a sugar content of 16 degrees or higher and a honey content index of 3.0 or higher.
GF/APL-008-a: GF/APL-008-b:  
IWATE NO HARUKA
- FUYUKOI
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Iwate Prefecture
(10pcs / approx 2.5kg)
IWATE NO HARUKA
- FUYUKOI
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Iwate Prefecture
(3pcs / approx 250g/pc)
SUGAR CONTENT
16˚ OR MORE
     
ESASHI RINGO (SANFUJI) "Esashi apples" produced in the Esashi area of Oshu City were sold for the first time at the central wholesale market in Morioka in the first year of Reiwa, with a record high price of 1.4 million yen per box (50,000 yen per apple !?), and in recent years it is the highest-end brand that has dominated the top.
GF/APL-009-a1: GF/APL-009-a2:  
ESASHI RINGO
(SANFUJI)
Iwate Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 400g+/pc)
ESASHI RINGO
(SANFUJI)
Iwate Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 380g+/pc)
SUGAR CONTENT
14˚ OR MORE
     
   
GF/APL-009-b:    
ESASHI RINGO
(SANFUJI)
Iwate Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 450g+/pc)
   
     
SEKAI-ICHI RINGO (BEST IN THE WORLD) The flesh is dense and slightly firm. There is moderate acidity in the sweetness, and it contains a lot of fruit juice and has a good taste. The large balls have an impact on the appearance and are satisfying to eat. However, the ones that are too big seem to have a slightly inferior shelf life.
The name "World's Best" is said to have originated from the fact that it was said to be "the best apple in the world" because of its delicious taste and large size.
GF/APL-018-a: GF/APL-018-b:  
SEKAI-ICHI
(BEST IN THE WORLD)
Aomori Prefecture
(9pcs / approx 5kg)
SEKAI-ICHI
(BEST IN THE WORLD)
Aomori Prefecture
(2pcs / approx 550g/pc)
 
     
Jinpachi apples are grown on the slopes of the mountains in Hiraga Town, Aomori Prefecture. In November, it begins to snow in Tsugaru, and it is not uncommon for the temperature to drop below 0°C .
It is said that the lower the temperature, the more the honey of Sunfuji will enter, but the danger of freezing increases when the temperature is below freezing.
It is only the eyes and experience of the craftsmen that determine the timing.
The important thing is to delay the harvest until the last minute when the snow piles up , and just wait patiently.
The feature of Jinpachi Ringo Mikka is that it has a sugar content of 13 degrees or higher and is rich in honey.
*Because it is a natural product, there are variations in how the honey is added.
GF/APL-028-a: GF/APL-028-b:  
JINPACHI RINGO
- MITSUKA
(SANFUJI)
Aomori Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 350g+/pc)
JINPACHI RINGO
- MITSUKA
(SANFUJI)
Aomori Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 350g+/pc)
SUGAR CONTENT
13˚ OR MORE
     
Wase-Fuji is an early ripening strain of Fuji Apple It is a mutation of the Fuji variety, and although it looks and tastes similar to Fuji, it is harvested a month earlier than Fuji, hence the name ‘Wase-Fuji (early fuji)’.
Wase-Fuji is a generic name for a number of varieties, including 'Hirosaki Fuji', 'Benishogun', 'Kourin’, 'Ryouka no Season', 'Honoka' and 'Yataka'.
The representative early Fuji variety 'Hirosaki Fuji' has a similar taste to 'Fuji', with a high sugar content and a high honey content, making it a popular variety with slightly softer flesh and less acidity than 'Fuji'.
GF/APL-030: APL-021:  
WASE-FUJI
Aomori Prefecture
(2L size / 6pcs)
WASE-FUJI
Aomori Prefecture
(2L size / 2pcs)
 
     
   
GF/APL-031:    
TOKI
Aomori Prefecture
(3pcs / approx 350g/pc)
   
     

 

GF/APL-001:
GF/APL-002:
GF/APL-003:
SANFUJI APPLE
(High Sugar Level /
高糖度)
Aomori Prefecture
(3L size / 3pcs)
OHRIN APPLE
Aomori Prefecture
(3L size / 3pcs)
JONAGOLD APPLE
Aomori Prefecture
(3L size / 3pcs)
     
GF/APL-004:
GF/APL-005: GF/APL-007:
SHINANO GOLD
Aomori Prefecture
(3L size / 3pcs)
FUJI APPLE
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Aomori Prefecture
(3L size / 3pcs)
BENI ROMAN APPLE
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Iwate Prefecture
(3L size / 6pcs)
     
GF/APL-010-a: GF/APL-010-b: GF/APL-012:
FUJI APPLE
with HONEY
(FARM DIRECT)
Nagano Prefecture
(2L size / 3pcs /
approx 300g)
SAN FUJI
(PREMIUM SHU GRADE)
Nagano Prefecture
(3L size / 6pcs /
approx 350g/pc)
NAGANO MIX APPLE
FUJI and MEIGETSU
(FARM DIRECT)
Nagano Prefecture
(2L size / 3pcs /
approx 300g)
     
GF/APL-013: GF/APL-017-a: GF/APL-017-b:
NAGANO MIX APPLE
FUJI and MEIGETSU
(FARM DIRECT)
Nagano Prefecture
(2L size / 6pcs /
approx 300g)
MIX VARIETY APPLE
(FARM DIRECT)
(SAN SHINANO SWEET/
SAN MEIGETSU /
SAN AKIBAE)
Nagano Prefecture
(3L size / 6pcs /
approx 350g/pc)
MIX APPLE
(FARM DIRECT)
Nagano Prefecture
(3L size / 3pcs)
     
GF/APL-025: GF/APL-026: GF/APL-027-a:
KINSEI
Aomori Prefecture
(3L size / 3pcs)
SANFUJI
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Aomori Prefecture
(3L size / 3pcs)
IKARI RINGO NO
OHRIN
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Aomori Prefecture
(2L size / 6pcs)
     
   
GF/APL-027-b:    
IKARI RINGO NO
OHRIN
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Aomori Prefecture
(3L size / 3pcs)
   
     

 

すもも・プラム (化粧箱) /
SUMOMO / PLUM (GIFT BOX)

It has an exquisite sweet and sour taste, like a peach and plum in one.
Kiyo is a plum produced in Yamanashi Prefecture. It was bred by Mr Takao Takaishi of Nakakoma-gun through natural crossbreeding with 'Taiyo' and registered as a variety in 1996. It is a fantastic variety that was created after 20 years of trial and error in order to produce a high quality flavour.
Unlike peaches, which are generally regarded as a sour fruit, the Kiyo has a good balance of acidity and sweetness, and is characterised by its size, which is the same as a peach.
Because they are large and require a lot of care and attention to cultivation, they are difficult to grow and there are not so many producers, so they are treated as a high-class plum due to their rarity and good taste. Furthermore, the Kiyo is the only one in the country that is dedicated to the Ise Shrine in Mie Prefecture.

The red part of the rind sometimes has a crack-like stripe called a 'ring pattern'. This is an indicator of ripeness, and those with a ring pattern are said to be well ripe and sweet.
GF/PLM-001-a:
GF/PLM-001-b:
GF/PLM-001-c:
KIYOU PLUM
(TOP QUALITY)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(8pcs / approx 1kg)
KIYOU PLUM
(TOP QUALITY)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(9pcs / approx 1kg)
KIYOU PLUM
(TOP QUALITY)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(10pcs / approx 1kg)
     
GF/PLM-001-d: GF/PLM-005:
GF/PLM-006:
KIYOU PLUM
(TOP PREMIUM)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(11pcs / approx 1.5kg)
KIYOU PLUM
(TOP QUALITY)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(8pcs / approx 1kg)
KIYOU PLUM
(TOP PREMIUM)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs / approx 1.5kg)
     
GF/PLM-008: GF/PLM-013:
GF/PLM-015-a:
KIYOU PLUM
Yamanashi Prefecture
(8pcs / approx 2.2kg)
KIYOU PLUM
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs)
KIYO PLUM
Fukuoka Prefecture
(4pcs / approx 1.4kg)
     
   
GF/PLM-015-b:
   
KIYO PLUM
Fukuoka Prefecture
(5pcs / approx 1.4kg)
   
     
GF/PLM-007: GF/PLM-009: GF/PLM-010:
KIKI PLUM
Nagano Prefecture
(6pcs / approx 1.5kg)
KOJYU PLUM
(TOP PREMIUM)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(8pcs / approx 2.2kg)
AKIHIME PLUM
(PREMIUM
SHU GRADE)
Nagano Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 200g/pc)
     
SUMMER ANGEL (夏日天使) is a variety selected and bred by Yamanashi Prefecture in 1991 at the Yamanashi Fruit Experiment Station (Yamanashi City) to develop an original variety, by crossing Soldum with Kelsey. The variety was applied for registration in 2001 and registered in 2005.

The fruit is large, weighing about 150g, with a bright red surface and soft yellow flesh, making it very juicy. They are sweet plums with a high sugar content of 15-17°C, but also have a moderate acidity in the skin, giving them a very well-balanced taste.
 
GF/PLM-011-b: GF/PLM-014:
 
SUMMER ANGEL
Yamanashi Prefecture
(11pcs / approx 1.5kg)
SUMMER ANGEL
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(8pcs / approx 1.5kg)
 
     
Houman Yellow Houman Yellow is a fantastic plum grown by only a few farmers in Yamagata Prefecture. It is a new variety of Japanese plum that has recently been created, with only a few farmers still producing it and it is not widely distributed on the general market, making it a truly fantastic plum known only to those in the know!
The rare ‘Houman Yellow' can be tasted at the end of the domestic plum season. After waiting and waiting, this taste is finally available in autumn and it is exceptional! Plums are often associated with a sour image, but Houman Yellow has a high sugar content and can be enjoyed raw and delicious.
The slightly hard taste and the tender, perfectly ripe taste. Try the two different tastes depending on the day.
GF/PLM-012-a: GF/PLM-012-b: GF/PLM-012-c:
HOUMAN YELLOW
Yamagata Prefecture
(11pcs /
approx 2.5kg/box)
HOUMAN YELLOW
Yamagata Prefecture
(12pcs /
approx 2.5kg/box)
HOUMAN YELLOW
Yamagata Prefecture
(13pcs /
approx 2.5kg/box)
     
   
GF/PLM-012-d:
HOUMAN YELLOW
Yamagata Prefecture
(15pcs /
approx 2.5kg/box)
   
     
 

TIPS FOR EATING A DELICIOUS SUMOMO / PLUM
美味的品嚐方法

 Ripe for about a week at room temperature.
 There are wrinkles on the surface.
 This is the last-minutes ripening state.
 The sugar content is 14 degrees!
 The juice overflows just by peering
 the skin by hand.

 

 

桃 (化粧箱) /
MOMO / PEACH (GIFT BOX)

 
Peach varieties, which can be enjoyed for a long period of time from early May until as long as September, change from one variety to the next within a week or two, with a variety of greenhouse and open-air cultivars.
     

温室桃 / HOUSE PEACH

Typical peach variety and parent of the Hakuho family.
Hakuho is one of the oldest peach varieties, dating back to the Taisho era (1925), when the Hakuho peach was crossed with the Tachibana Wase, and the name Hakuho was not given until eight years later, in 1933.
After the birth of the Hakuho peach, many more varieties were developed. There are many varieties named after the Hakuho, such as the Hikawa Hakuho, Yahata Hakuho and Misaka Hakuho. Collectively, these are referred to as the Hakuho varieties. The Hakuho is a variety that is deeply connected to the history of the peach.
The Hakuho is one of the most juicy, sweet and juicy of the peaches. It is a peach with relatively little fibre, and when bitten into, the juices flow out of it. It has little acidity and a strong sweetness, making it an easy variety for both adults and children to eat.
GF/PEH-001: GF/PEH-002: GF/PEH-003:
HOUSE MOMO
HIKAWA HAKUHOU
(SHU GRADE)
Nagano Prefecture
(4pcs / approx 1kg)
HOUSE MOMO
HIKAWA HAKUHOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(5pcs / approx 1.5kg)
HOUSE MOMO
HIKAWA HAKUHOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(4pcs / approx 1.5kg)
     
GF/PEH-006: GF/PEH-007: GF/PEH-008:
HOUSE PEACH
(HIKAWA HAKUHO)
Saga Pefecture
(4pcs / approx 1kg)
IMARI no MOMO
HIKAWA HAKUHOU
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Saga Prefecture
(4pcs / approx 1.5kg)
IMARI no MOMO
HIKAWA HAKUHOU
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Saga Prefecture
(5pcs / approx 1.5kg)
     
 
GF/PEH-012: GF/PEH-021:  
TOP PREMIUM PEACHES
(Wooden Box)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs / approx 3.5kg)
HOUSE PEACH
HAKUHOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(2L size / 6pcs)
 
     
A rare original variety grown only by a few farmers in Misaka-cho, Yamanashi Prefecture, a peach-growing region.
Kimiko was discovered by chance as a result of a mutation at Kawai Yuran Farm in Yamanashi Prefecture. Its detailed history is unknown.
The skin and pulp are yellow with a reddish part in the centre.
Apricot-like aroma... The taste and texture of this peach is reminiscent of a mango, with a similar taste and flavour to that of tropical fruits.
It is less acidic, with a full sweetness, and is ready to eat when its surface changes from light yellow to gradually darker yellow and turns golden yellow.
GF/PEH-004-a: GF/PEH-004-b: GF/PEH-004-c:
HOUSE MOMO
KIMIKO
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs)
HOUSE MOMO
KIMIKO
(PREMIUM -
SHU GRADE)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(5pcs / approx 1.5kg)
HOUSE MOMO
KIMIKO
(PREMIUM -
SHU GRADE)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs / approx 1.5kg)
     
The first arrivals of the top batch of the Yamanashi peach variety relay!
An early variety (Wase-hinshu) registered as a variety in 2018, it was created from a cross between the Brazilian variety 'coral' and the Japanese early variety 'Chiyohime', among others.
The quality of the fruit is comparable to that of the main early-ripening variety ‘Hikkawa Hakuho', and the flavour is less sour and astringent, making it a good-tasting peach.
 
GF/PEH-016:    
HOUSE MOMO
SAKU-HIME
PREMIUM GRADE -
AKA-SHU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs / approx 1.5kg)
   
     
A branch variety of Hiikawa Hakuho, registered as a variety in 2005 by Mr Endo of Yamanashi City.
It is a greenhouse-grown peach that is harvested earlier than Hiikawa Hakuho. Despite its small size, it has an average sugar content of 11 degrees.
GF/PEH-032-a: GF/PEH-032-b:  
HOUSE MOMO
QUEEN ENDO
Yamanashi Prefecture
(5pcs / approx 1.5kg)
HOUSE MOMO
QUEEN ENDO
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs / approx 1.5kg)
 
     
 

 

千代姫 / CHIYOHIME

A small, cute and extremely early peach.
A crossbred seedling of 'Koyohaku Peach' and 'Saotome’ was selected and bred, and the variety was registered in 1988.
It is harvested and shipped earlier than the general peach harvesting period (outdoor cultivation). Because it is harvested early, it is smaller than other peaches, but it is one of the sweetest of the early peaches and has low acidity. The sugar content is slightly lower at around 11°C, but the taste is refreshing and light.
The fruit is juicy while being slightly firm. Recommended for those who want to enjoy a firm texture and texture.
GF/PEH-066-a:
GF/PEH-066-b:
 
CHIYOHIME
Yamanashi Prefecture
(L size / 6pcs /
approx 310g/pc)
CHIYOHIME
Yamanashi Prefecture
(L size / 3pcs /
approx 330g/pc)
 
     
 

 

はなよめ / HANAYOME

Enjoy the rare, extremely early variety HAYOYOME!
This is an early variety bred and propagated by Katsuhiro Shimo in Yashiro-cho (present-day Fuefuki-shi), Yamanashi Prefecture, from a mutant tree of the Hikawa Hakuho variety, which he discovered in his garden at the end of the Showa period (1926-1989) and registered in 1995.
It is an extremely early variety, available in mid-June, when the open-air peach season starts in Yamanashi, and as it grows, it turns slightly reddish pink, named after the bride whose cheeks are slightly stained.
Like its pretty name, it is a little smaller in size, but has a very pleasant aroma and is full of light, elegant, sweet juice.
GF/PEH-067:
   
HANAYOME
Yamanashi Prefecture
(8pcs /
approx 2.5kg)
   
     
 

 

日川白鳳 / HIKAWA HAKUHOU

What is the "HIKAWA HAKUHOU"? This peaches are in season from June to late July. The Hikawa Hakuhou is a peach with a dark red skin and a strong sweet flavour.
The variety branched out from the Hakuhou variety in Yamanashi prefecture, and its current main production area is also in Yamanashi prefecture, which accounts for more than half of the national production.
The production of the Hikkawa Hakuhou is high and it is a very popular variety.
GF/PEH-009-A:
GF/PEH-009: GF/PEH-013:
ICHINOMIYA no MOMO
HIKAWA HAKUHO
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(3L size / 3pcs /
approx 380g per pc)
HIKAWA HAKUHOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs / approx 1.2kg)
ICHINOMIYA no MOMO
HIKAWA HAKUHO
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(3L size / 6pcs /
approx 380g per pc)
     
GF/PEH-036: GF/PEH-047:
GF/PEH-065:
HIKAWA HAKUHOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 300g/pc)
ICHINOMIYA no MOMO
HIKAWA HAKUHO
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(2L size / 6pcs /
approx 330g+ per pc)
ICHINOMIYA no MOMO
HIKAWA HAKUHO
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 310g per pc)
     
GF/PEH-069:
GF/PEH-070-a:
GF/PEH-070-b:
HIKAWA HAKUHO
Yamanashi Prefecture
(7pcs /
approx 1.2kg)
ICHINOMIYA PREMIUM
HIKAWA HAKUHO
Yamanashi Prefecture
(2L size / 6pcs /
approx 330g+per pc)
ICHINOMIYA PREMIUM
HIKAWA HAKUHO
Yamanashi Prefecture
(3L size / 6pcs /
approx 380g+per pc)
 

 

白鳳 (白桃) / HAKUHOU (WHITE PEACH)

GF/PEH-072-a:
GF/PEH-072-b:
 
HAKUHOU ACE
(WHITE PEACH)
Okayama Prefecture
(2L size / 6pcs /
approx 330g+ per pc)
HAKUHOU ACE
(WHITE PEACH)
Okayama Prefecture
(3L size / 3pcs /
approx 360g+ per pc)
 
     
 

 

一桃匠 / ITTOUSHOU

What is the "一桃匠 (ITTOUSHOU)"? It is a peach of the highest quality, a higher grade of "Superior" (特秀品 Tokushuhin), shipped from the JA Fuefuki Yashiro district. Each fruit is checked for sugar content and acidity using non-destructive sensors, and the fruit is carefully sorted by the eyes of skilled fruit pickers.
GF/PEH-005:
GF/PEH-033:
GF/PEH-034-a:
HOUSE GROWN -
ITTOUSHOU
(Yellow Peach)
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(3pcs / approx 1.2kg)
HOUSE MOMO -
ITTOUSHOU -
HIKAWA HAKUHOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(5pcs / approx 1.5kg)
HOUSE GROWN -
ITTOUSHOU-
SHIRO BIJIN
(White Peach)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(3pcs / approx 1.5kg)
     
   
GF/PEH-034-c:    
HOUSE GROWN -
ITTOUSHOU-
SHIRO BIJIN
(White Peach)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(5pcs / approx 1.5kg)
   
 

 

大糖領桃 / DAITOURYOU PEACH

What is the "DAITOURYOU"? The Misaka area of Yamanashi Prefecture is a major peach-growing region with more than 600 farmers competing to produce the most popular peaches in the country.
The sweetness and colour of the peaches are checked one by one using a sugar content sensor (beautiful peaches with a beautiful appearance and sweetness of 12° or more, and 13° or more after Hakuhou).
Only the best quality peaches are shipped under the JA Fuefuki-Misaka brand name, 'Daitouryou'.
GF/PEH-011-a: GF/PEH-014-a: GF/PEH-014-b:
DAITOURYOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(L size / 3pcs /
approx 380g/pc)
MISAKA no
DAITOURYOU
(TOP PREMIUM
GRADE / Wooden Box)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs / approx 2.5kg)
MISAKA no
DAITOURYOU
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(5pcs / approx 380g/pc)
     
GF/PEH-015: GF/PEH-048: GF/PEH-055:
MISAKA no MOMO
-DAITOURYOU
- KAMI NO WAZA
Yamanashi Prefecture
(approx 500g/pc)
DAITOURYOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
DAITOURYOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(4pcs /
approx 400g/pc)
     
 

GF/PEH-010-a:
GF/PEH-010-b:
 
DAITOURYOU
(TOP PREMIUM
PEACH)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 330g+ per pc)
DAITOURYOU
(TOP PREMIUM
PEACH)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 300g+ per pc)
 
     
 

 

白桃 / HAKUTOU PEACH

HAKUTOU(白桃) The Hakutou type is a traditional Japanese variety. The fruit is characterised by its large size, sweetness and slightly crunchy texture. The flesh is firmer than that of the Hakuhou type, and many of them have a bitter taste characteristic of the fruit as well as sweetness.
GF/PEH-019: GF/PEH-019A: GF/PEH-020A
ICHINOMIYA
HAKUTOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 380g/pc)
ICHINOMIYA
HAKUTOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 380g/pc)
ICHINOMIYA
HAKUTOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 400g/pc)
     
 
GF/PEH-023: GF/PEH-024:  
KAWANAKAJIMA
HAKUTOU
Aomori Pefecture
(3pcs /
approx 300g/pc)
KAWANAKAJIMA
HAKUTOU
(PREMIUM
SHU GRADE)
Aomori Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 380g/pc)
 
     
GF/PEH-038: GF/PEH-039: GF/PEH-041-a:
HAKUTOU
Okayama Prefecture
(2L size / 3pcs /
approx 460g/pc)
HAKUTOU
Okayama Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 375g/pc)
SHIRO BIJIN
(PREMIUM SHU GRADE)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(3L size / 6pcs /
approx 380g/pc)
     
GF/PEH-045-a: GF/PEH-045-b: GF/PEH-049:
TAMAUSAGI
(PREMIUM
TOKUSHU GRADE)
Yamagata Prefecture
(5pcs /
approx 2.8kg)
TAMAUSAGI
(PREMIUM
TOKUSHU GRADE)
Yamagata Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 2.8kg)
KANOIWA HAKUTOU
Okayama Prefecture
(5pcs /
approx 300g/pc)
     
GF/PEH-050: GF/PEH-056: GF/PEH-058:
OOFUJI no
ASAMA HAKUTOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 310g/pc)
MEGUMIHAKU
Okayama prefecture
(4pcs /
approx 430g+/pc)
SHIRO-BIJIN
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 400g/pc)
     
GF/PEH-059: GF/PEH-060: GF/PEH-061:
P~ICHIBAN
SHINGEN RANK
Yamanashi Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 450g/pc)
P~ICHIBAN
SHINGEN RANK
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 350g/pc)
KANOIWA HAKUTOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 2kg)
     
   
GF/PEH-062:    
KANOIWA HAKUTOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(4pcs /
approx 380g/pc)
   
 

 

清水白桃 / SHIMIZU HAKUTOU

SHIMIZU HAKUTOU Shimizu Hakuto is a very elegant peach with white skin and fruit. Even if it is ripened, it does not turn red and remains white and ready to eat.
The fruit is soft and juicy enough to drip the juice, and the sugar content is high.
Okayama Prefecture is the main production area for Shimizu Hakuto, which is in season from late July to early August, and accounts for more than 60% of the whole country.
     
GF/PEH-037: GF/PEH-051: GF/PEH-052:
SHIMIZU HAKUTOU
Okayama Prefecture
(L size / 6pcs /
approx 400g/pc)
SHIMIZU HAKUTOU
Okayama Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 340g/pc)
SHIMIZU HAKUTOU
Okayama Pefecture
(5pcs /
approx 450g/pc)
 

あら川の桃 / ARAKAWA NO MOMO

What it the ARAKAWA NO MOMO? Arakawa peach is a representative brand of peach produced in Momoyama-cho, Kinokawa City, Wakayama prefecture. The flesh is white with a crimson colour around the seeds.
The flesh is firm and tight, with a firm texture rather than dripping juice when chewed. It is sweet enough, with low acidity and a long shelf life.
     
GF/PEH-053: GF/PEH-054:  
ARAKAWA NO MOMO
Wakayama Prefecture
(13pcs /
approx 5kg/box)
ARAKAWA NO MOMO
Wakayama Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 380g/pc)

 

 

幸茜 / SACHI-AKANE

     
GF/PEH-043-a: GF/PEH-043-b: GF/PEH-043-c:
ICHINOMIYA - SACHIAKANE
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(3L size / 6pcs /
approx 380g/pc)
ICHINOMIYA - SACHIAKANE
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(2L size / 6pcs /
approx 330g/pc)
ICHINOMIYA - SACHIAKANE
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Yamanashi Prefecture
$88.00/box
(3pcs /
approx 380g+per pc)
 

 

夢みずき / YUMEMIZUKI

Yumemizuki, an original Yamanashi variety, is attracting attention as the star of the next generation.
Yumemizuki is a big newcomer that is expected to become one of the leading varieties of the next generation of Yamanashi peaches. The variety was only registered in 2014 and is produced exclusively in Yamanashi Prefecture. In Yamanashi Prefecture, there is a peach called 'Asama Hakuto', which is highly praised by growers, but this peach tree has reached the end of its life span and needs to be replanted. This Yumemizuki variety has the ‘Asama Hakuto’ as its parent and the ‘Gyosei’ variety, which is famous for its high sugar content, as its other parent.
It is characterised by its large size, high sugar content and extremely juicy. Its freshness can be seen in the fact that its name is derived from the image of a delicious peach that is as fresh as a dream.
It started appearing on the market around 2015 and is increasing year by year.
GF/PEH-071-a:
GF/PEH-071-b:
 
YUME MIZUKI
Yamanashi Prefecture
(2L size / 6pcs /
approx 330g per pc)
YUME MIZUKI
Yamanashi Prefecture
(3L size / 6pcs /
approx 380g per pc)
 
     
 

 

川中島白桃 / KAWANAKAJIMA HAKUTOH

     
   
GF/PEH-024-b:
   
KAWANAKAJIMA
HAKUTOH
(PREMIUM GRADE
- TOKUSEN)
Aomori Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 330g+/pc)
   
 

 

白根白桃 (陽だまり) / SHIRONE HAKUTOH (HIDAMARI)

What are "HIDAMARI-MOMO"? Nagano prefecture ranks third in the country in terms of peach shipments.
The Kawanakajima area in the prefecture is famous as one of the best peach-growing areas in the country, with good drainage and a large temperature difference between day and night.
JA Nakano uses non-destructive sensor-equipped fruit sorting machines to measure the sugar content and ripeness of the peaches and select the peaches.
Peaches with a sugar content of 13 degrees or higher are branded as ‘HIDAMARI-MOMO (sunny peaches)’.
     
GF/PEH-063-a:
GF/PEH-063-b: GF/PEH-063-c:
SHIRONE HAKUTOH
-HIDAMARI
Nagano Prefecture
(4pcs /
approx 410g+/pc)
SHIRONE HAKUTOH
-HIDAMARI
Nagano Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 380g+/pc)
TSUKI NO USAGI
SHIRONE HAKUTOH
-HIDAMARI
Nagano Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 380g+/pc)
 

 

黄金桃 (ゴールデンピーチ) / GOLDEN PEACH

This variety was accidentally born from Kawanakajima white peaches (川中島白桃), synonymous with sweet peaches.
The Golden Peach has its roots in Kawanakajima white peaches (川中島白桃), a variety that was accidentally born from Kawanakajima white peaches, a variety synonymous with sweet peaches. The colour of the rind of peaches that have been bagged has a beautiful golden colour throughout. Others, like ordinary peaches, have a yellow background with red coloured areas, while others have a dark red colouring all over. The flesh of all of these peaches is a beautiful yellow, reminiscent of mangoes, as they are members of the yellow peach family. The flesh has a texture similar to that of white peaches and is slightly firm, but not as firm as the yellow peaches used for canning. They are very juicy and sweet, with a moderate acidity and a rich overall taste.
GF/PEH-017: GF/PEH-017A: GF/PEH-026:
OUGONTOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 300g/pc)
OUGONTOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 300g/pc)
KAI-KIITOU
(OUTOU)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 380g/pc)
     
GF/PEH-027:
GF/PEH-028: GF/PEH-040-a:
KAI-KIITOU
(OUTOU)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 380g/pc)
KAI-KIITOU / OUTOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(3pcs /
pprox 400g/pc)
OUGONTOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 2.5kg)
     
GF/PEH-040-b: GF/PEH-042-a: GF/PEH-042-b:
OUGONTOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(5pcs /
approx 2.5kg)
OUGONTOU
(PREMIUM
SHU GRADE)
Nagano Prefecture
(3L size / 6pcs /
approx 380g/pc)
OUGONTOU
(PREMIUM
SHU GRADE)
Nagano Prefecture
(4L size / 3pcs /
approx 400g/pc)
     
GF/PEH-044-a: GF/PEH-057: GF/PEH-068-a:
OUGONTOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(8pcs /
approx 3.6kg)
OUGONTOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(4pcs /
approx 340g/pc)
OHGONTOU
(GOLDEN PEACH)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(5pcs /
approx 1.5kg)
     
GF/PEH-068-b:
GF/PEH-076: GF/PEH-077-a:
OHGONTOU
(GOLDEN PEACH)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(4pcs /
approx 1kg)
OUGONTOU
- HIDAMARI
(GOLDEN PEACH)
Nagano Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 410g+per pc)
PRINCESS AKIRA
(GOLDEN PEACH)
Yamagata Prefecture
(4pcs /
approx 2.5kg/box)
     
 
GF/PEH-077-b: GF/PEH-077-c:  
PRINCESS AKIRA
(GOLDEN PEACH)
Yamagata Prefecture
(5pcs /
approx 2.5kg/box)
PRINCESS AKIRA
(GOLDEN PEACH)
Yamagata Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 2.5kg/box)
 
 

 

さくら白桃 / SAKURA HAKUTOH

GF/PEH-022:
GF/PEH-075-a: GF/PEH-075-b:
SAKURA HAKUTOU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 330g+ per pc)
SAKURA HAKUTOH
(PREMIUM GRADE
-TOKUSHU)
Yamagata Prefecture
(5pcs / approx 2.5kg)
SAKURA HAKUTOH
(PREMIUM GRADE
-TOKUSHU)
Yamagata Prefecture
(6pcs / approx 2.5kg)
 

 

西王母 / SEIOUBO

What are "SEIOUBO (WHITE PEACH)"? The Seiohbo is a large, rare white peach.
This new peach variety is a crossbreed of the ‘Kawanakajima Hakutou’ and ‘Yuzora’ varieties and is characterised by its large, mouth-watering fruit.
It is an extremely late variety in Yamagata, which is a late bloomer in peach cultivation, and is harvested as late as late September, so it can be enjoyed after the harvesting of peaches from other regions has been completed.
Seioubo (Xiwangmu) is a popular Chinese goddess of longevity, and is also the highest-ranking goddess in the story of Sun Wukong. She is depicted with peaches in many legends, and Seioubo's peaches are considered to be peaches of longevity and protection against evil.
     
GF/PEH-064-a: GF/PEH-064-b:  
SEIOUBO
(WHITE PEACH)
Yamagata Prefecture
(5pcs /
approx 2.8kg)
SEIOUBO
(WHITE PEACH)
Yamagata Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 2.8kg)
 
 

 

冬桃がたり / FUYU-MOMO-GATARI

GF/PEH-029:
GF/PEH-030:
FUYU-MOMO-GATARI
(ROYAL GRADE )
Okayama Prefecture
(7pcs / approx 2kg)
FUYU-MOMO-GATARI
(ROYAL GRADE)
Okayama Prefecture
(8pcs / approx 2kg)
 
 

 

枇杷 (化粧箱) /
BIWA / LOQUAT (GIFT BOX)

It is a story born from a single seed.
During the Edo period, a woman named Miura Shiwo from the Motegi area sowed seeds brought from China, and from there the cultivation of loquat began in Nagasaki City.
The varieties Mogi, Nagasaki Wase, Fukuharawase (product name: Nagasaki Amaka) and Suzukaze are collectively known as Nagasaki biwa.
GF/BW-001:
GF/BW-002-a:
GF/BW-002-b:
KAGAWA BIWA
Kagawa Prefecture
(approx 700g)
NAGASAKI BIWA
Nagasaki Prefecture
(approx 500g)
NAGASAKI BIWA
Nagasaki Prefecture
(3L sizw / 12pcs /
approx 1kg)
     
GF/BW-003:
GF/BW-004:
GF/BW-005:
AMAKA BIWA
(TOP PREMIUM
GRADE)
Nagasaki Prefecture
(3L size / 15pcs
/ approx 1kg)

SUZUKAZE BIWA
Nagasaki Prefecture
(4L size / 15pcs /
approx 650g)
YOGYOKU
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Nagasaki Prefecture
(8pcs/9pcs/12pcs
/ approx 1kg)
     
 
GF/BW-006:
GF/BW-007:
 
NATSU-TAYORI
Nagasaki Prefecture
(4L size / 12pcs
/ approx 1kg)
NAGASAKI BIWA
Nagasaki Prefecture
(2L size / 9pcs /
approx 650g)
 
     

 

ぶどう (化粧箱・パック) /
GRAPES (GIFT BOX・PACK)

シャインマスカット/ SHINE MUSCAT

 
GF/SMG-003-d: GF/SMG-005:
  HAREOU
(PREMIUM GRADE
AKA-SHU)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 500g+)
SHINE MUSCAT
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(approx 400g)
     
GF/SMG-009: GF/SMG-010: GF/SMG-014:
SHINE MUSCAT
Nagano Prefecture
(approx 600g)
HAREOU
(PREMIUM
AKASHU GRADE)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 1kg)
SHINE MUSCAT
(NISSHOKU FARM)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 700g)
     
GF/SMG-015: GF/SMG-016: GF/SMG-018:
SHINE MUSCAT
(NISSHOKU FARM)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 800g)
HARUOU
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 500g)
SHINE MUSCAT
(TOP PREMIUM
GRADE - KIWAMI)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 830g)
*with LED light
Luxury Glass Box
     
GF/SMG-021: GF/SMG-022: GF/SMG-023:
HAREOU
(TOP PREMIUM
GRADE - KIWAMI)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 800g)
*with LED light
Luxury Glass Box
HAREOU
(TOP PREMIUM)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 800g)
*with LED light
Luxury Glass Box
HAREOU
(PREMIUM
SHU GRADE)
Okayama Prefecture
(2 bunches /
approx 400g/bunch)
     

 

シャインマスカット / SHINE MUSCAT

A grape variety that has been successfully established and branded as a grape that can be eaten seedless and with the skin intact.
The “Akitsu No.21 (安芸津21号)” and “Hakunan (白南)” grapes were registered in 2006. They were bred at the Fruit Tree Research Institute of the National Agriculture and Food Research Organisation.
The parent, Akitsu No. 21, is a cross between 'Steuben (スチューベン)’ and 'Muscat of Alexandria (マスカット・オブ・アレキサンドリア)’. The Hakunan parentage is also 'Katta Kurgan (カッタ・クルガン)’ x 'Kaiji (甲斐路)’. The grandparents are all delicious grapes and have inherited the best aspects of each.
These white grapes are as good as the king of grapes, the Kyoho grape.
GF/SMG-006-a:
GF/SMG-006-b:
GF/SMG-008:
SHINE MUSCAT
Yamanashi Prefecture
(approx 600g)
SHINE MUSCAT
Yamanashi Prefecture
(approx 500g)
SHINE MUSCAT
Nagano Prefecture
     
   
GF/SMG-009:
   
SHINE MUSCAT
Yamanashi Prefecture
(approx 700g)
   
 

 

シャインマスカット 晴王 / SHINE MUSCAT - HAREOU

Hareoh® is the name of the Shine Muscat shipped by JA in Okayama Prefecture.
There are three quality standards for the Shine Muscat: "Toku-shu", "Aka-shu", "Ao-shu", "Superior" and "Non-standard".
Each of these has its own specific requirements, with the top-ranked 'Toku-shu' having a well-defined appearance and a sugar content of at least 18 degrees, a grain weight of at least 15g and a weight of at least 700g per bunch.
GF/SMG-002:
GF/SMG-003-a:
GF/SMG-004-a:
SHINE MUSCAT
- HAREOU
(PREMIUM GRADE
AKA-SHU)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 700g+)
SHINE MUSCAT
- HAREOU
(PREMIUM GRADE
AO-SHU)
Okayama Prefecture
$128.00/box
(approx 830g+)
SHINE MUSCAT
- HAREOU
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 550g)
     
GF/SMG-004-b:
GF/SMG-007:
GF/SMG-010-a:
SHINE MUSCAT
- HAREOU
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 500g)
SHINE MUSCAT
- HAREOU
(PREMIUM GRADE
AO-SHU)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 600g+)
SHINE MUSCAT
- HAREOU
(PREMIUM GRADE
AKA-SHU)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 1.25kg)
     
 
GF/SMG-010-b:
GF/SMG-017:
 
SHINE MUSCAT
- HAREOU
(PREMIUM GRADE
AKA-SHU)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 1kg)
SHINE MUSCAT
- HAREOU
(PREMIUM GRADE
AKA-SHU)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 600g+)
 
 

 

シャインマスカット煌乃 / SHINE MUSCAT KIRAMEKINO

Criteria for a Shine Muscat to be named "KIRAMEKINO"? The premium Shine Muscat Kiramekino is a new brand from JA Okayama Higashi, which produces the highest quality Muscats in Okayama.
Only the highest quality products that have passed strict inspections can be called premium Shine Muscat 'Kiramekino’, with high standards, including a sugar content of 18 degrees or higher and super-sized grapes weighing 18g or more per piece.
GF/SMG-011: GF/SMG-012: GF/SMG-013:
KIRAMEKINO
(TOP PREMIUM)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 830g+)
KIRAMEKINO
(TOP PREMIUM)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 700g+)
KIRAMEKINO
(TOP PREMIUM)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 600g+)
     
 
GF/SMG-019 GF/SMG-020:  
KIRAMEKINO
(TOP PREMIUM)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 830g+)
*with LED light
Luxury Glass Box
KIRAMEKINO
(TOP PREMIUM)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 800g)
*with LED light
Luxury Glass Box
 
 

 

日植ファームのシャインマスカット / frm NISSHOKU FARM

GF/SMG-014:
GF/SMG-015-a:
GF/SMG-015-b:
SHINE MUSCAT
(NISSHOKU FARM)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 700g+)
SHINE MUSCAT
(NISSHOKU FARM)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 830g+)
SHINE MUSCAT
(NISSHOKU FARM)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 1kg+)
     
   
GF/SMG-015-c:    
SHINE MUSCAT
(NISSHOKU FARM)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 1.25kg+)
   
 

 

瀬戸ジャイアンツ / SETO GIANTS

Also known as "Momotaro grapes (桃太郎ぶどう)", this is a superb product!
Seto Giants grapes were bred in 1979 by Mr Hanazawa of the Hanazawa Grape Research Institute in Okayama, Japan, by crossing 'Gusar Color (グザルカラー) ' and 'Neo Muscat (ネオ・マスカット) '.
The grapes are very large and have a high sugar content. It is characterised by low acidity and poor aroma, but has a good texture and can be eaten with the skin.
Production is low and rare throughout the country. It is popular as a luxury grape and is sold as a gift at fruit shops.
The grapes are also characteristically shaped, and are called Momotaro grapes in reference to the legend of Momotaro handed down in Okayama.
Incidentally, the name Seto Giants is said to have originated from a baseball enthusiast Mr Hanazawa of the Hanazawa Grape Research Institute in Okayama Prefecture, who bred the grape.
   
GF/SGG-001:


SETO GIANTS
(MOMOTARO BUDO)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 900g)
 
     
 

 

ピオーネ/ PIONE GRAPES

Pione has "Kyoho" as its mother and "Cannon Hall Muscat" as its fath
Pione is a large, purple-black grape variety with Kyoho as its mother and Cannon Hall Muscat (a tetraploid variant of Muscat of Alexandria with a strong Muscat flavour and good taste) as its father. It was bred by Shizuoka Prefecture grape breeder Hideo Igawa and the name was registered in 1973.

It was initially named "Pioneer", but before the variety was registered, the name was changed to "Pioneer", which also means "pioneer" in Italian. It was registered under this name.

Because they look so similar, Kyoho and Pione are often mistaken for each other, but they have a high sugar content and inherit the characteristics of Muscat, which gives them a fruity, refreshing taste with a hint of acidity.

Pione is originally a seeded grape, but when it was developed by Okayama Prefecture to differentiate it from the seeded Pione, it was named 'New Pione', and is now described as 'Pione (ピオーネ)’, 'New Pione (ニューピオーネ)’ or ‘Seedless Pione (種無しピオーネ)’, as seedless cultivation using gibberellin treatment has become the mainstream.
GF/PNG-001-a:
GF/PNG-001-b:
GF/PNG-001-c:
NEW PIONE
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 700g+)
NEW PIONE
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 500g)
NEW PIONE
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 450g)
     
GF/PNG-002: GF/PNG-003: GF/PNG-004:
PIONE
(SEEDLESS)
Fukuoka Prefecture
(approx 550g+)
PIONE
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Kagawa Prefecture
(above 500g)
PIONE
(PREMIUM GRADE
- AKA SHU)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(approx 800g)
     
GF/PNG-005: GF/PNG-006: GF/PNG-007:
PIONE
Fukuoka Prefecture
(approx 550g)
PIONE
Nagano Prefecture
(approx 700g+)
PIONE
(SEEDLESS)
Nagano Prefecture
(approx 500g+)
     
   
GF/PNG-008:
   
NEW PIONE
(SEEDLESS)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 600g+)
   
 

 

オーロラブラック / AURORA BLACK

Large jet-black grape born in Okayama Prefecture.
This variety was selected and bred at the Agricultural Research Institute of the Okayama Prefectural Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Centre in 1983 from seedlings produced from natural crosses of Aurora Red, and was registered as a variety in February 2003. In Okayama Prefecture, the area under cultivation is expanding as a next-generation black grape variety after Kyoho and Pione.
It has no seeds and its flesh is well compacted, with a sugar content of 17-18° C, almost as high as that of Pione and Fujitoshi. It is a grape that is appreciated as a gift because of its sweetness and fragrance, but its production is low and it is a rare grape that is rarely seen.
GF/ORG-001:
GF/ORG-002:
GF/ORG-003:
AURORA BLACK
(PREMIUM GRADE-
AKA-SHU)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 830g+)
AURORA BLACK
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 550g+)
AURORA BLACK
(PREMIUM GRADE-
AKA-SHU)
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 700g+)

 

巨峰 / KYOHO

Kyoho is the king of grapes!
It was created in 1942 by Mr Yasushi Ōinoue Yasushi of the Ōinoue Agricultural Research Institute by crossing the 'Ishiharawase' variety with the European variety 'Centennial' (a large tetraploid branch variety of the European grape 'Rozaki'), and in 1955 the trademark It was registered as a trademark in 1955 and became well-known.
The trademark name is 'Kyoho' and the variety name is 'Ishihara Centennial’.

Until then, most grapes were small and acidic, and when the Kyoho grape was introduced, people were very surprised by its huge grapes and strong sweetness.
Each grape weighs 10-12g, and a large bunch can weigh up to 600g. However, the bigger and heavier a bunch of grapes is, the better. It is said that the sugar content is proportional to the number of grapes in a bunch, and the fewer the grapes, the sweeter the grapes.

Despite the rapid emergence of new grape varieties, the Kyoho grape has long enjoyed a strong popularity. Recently popular varieties such as 'Nagano Purple' and 'Pione' were developed from the Kyoho grape.
Incidentally, the grape is named Kyoho after Mount Fuji, which can be seen from the research centre where it was developed.
GF/KHG-001:
GF/KHG-002:
GF/KHG-003:
KYOHO
Yamanashi Prefecture
(approx 600g+)
KYOHO
Fukuoka Prefecture
(approx 600g+)
KYOHO
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(approx 500g)
     
GF/KHG-004-a:
GF/KHG-004-b:
GF/KHG-005:
FUEFUKI - KYOHO
Yamanashi Prefecture
(2 bunches /
approx 800g+)
FUEFUKI - KYOHO
Yamanashi Prefecture
(approx 450g)
KYOHO
Fukuoka Prefecture
(approx 550g+)
     
GF/KHG-006:
GF/KHG-007:
GF/KHG-009:
KYOHO
Fukuoka Prefecture
(approx 550g+)
KYOHO
Nagano Prefecture
(approx 500g+)
KYOHO
Fukuoka Prefecture
(approx 800g)
 

 

ナガノパープル / NAGANO PURPLE

High sugar content, large grapes, seedless and can be eaten with the skin!
This is a large, seedless black grape variety, born from the crossbreeding of Kyoho and Rizamat and registered as a variety in 2004.
It has a sweetness that reaches a sugar content of 18-21°C and a rich taste similar to that of Kyoho grapes, and because it has no seeds, you can eat it skin and all. The crispy texture of the rind also enhances the grape's umami. These high-sugar grapes have exploded in popularity due to their delicious taste.

Wash them quickly with water and eat them whole. Its thin skin means that it can be eaten whole. The skin of black grapes contains polyphenols, which are said to be good for your health, so eating the whole skin is a good way to consume nutrients. The white powder on the rind is a natural ingredient produced by the grape, so it is safe to put in the mouth.
GF/NPG-001:
GF/NPG-002:
GF/NPG-003:
NAGANO PURPLE
(PREMIUM
SHU GRADE)
Nagano Prefecture
(approx 550g+)
NAGANO PURPLE
(PREMIUM
SHU GRADE)
Nagano Prefecture
(approx 550g+)
NAGANO PURPLE
(PREMIUM
SHU GRADE)
Nagano Prefecture
(approx 550g+)
 

 

ルビーロマン/ RUBY ROMAN

WORLD NO.1 BIGGERS GRAPES

The highest grape, perfected over a period of 14 yrs. "I want big, red grapes!
In order to fulfil the wishes of grape farmers, in the spring of 1995, the Sand Dune Agricultural Research Centre of the Ishikawa Prefectural Agricultural Research Centre sowed 400 seeds from a large black grape called 'Fujiminori' in a corner of a test plot.
The young trees, which were carefully nurtured with great care, began to bear fruit around 1997. However, only four of the 400 trees bore red berries.
From among these, the 'Ruby Roman' was selected after repeated diligent research into taste, colour, quality such as cluster and grain size, and ease of cultivation.
GF/RM-001: GF/RM-002: GF/RM-003:
RUBY ROMAN
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Ishikawa Prefecture
(approx 900g)
*with LED light
Luxury Glass Box
RUBY ROMAN
Ishikawa Prefecture
(approx 800g)
*with LED light
Luxury Glass Box
RUBY ROMAN
(PREMIUM AKA-SHU)
Ishikawa Prefecture
(approx 800g)
*with LED light
Luxury Glass Box
     
GF/RM-004: GF/RM-005: GF/RM-006:
RUBY ROMAN
(PREMIUM
-SHU GRADE)
Ishikawa Prefecture
(approx 700g)
*with LED light
Luxury Glass Box
RUBY ROMAN
(PREMIUM
-SHU GRADE)
Ishikawa Prefecture
(approx 600g)
*with LED light
Luxury Glass Box
RUBY ROMAN JERRY
Ishikawa Prefecture
(approx 125gx8pcs)
     

 

クイーンルージュ / QUEEN ROUGE GRAPES

Queen Rouge made its market debut in 2021. This grape is bred at the Nagano Prefectural Fruit Tree Experiment Station in Suzaka, from parents Shinemuscat and Unicorn.
The variety will be registered in 2019 and first shipped in 2021, but currently it can only be grown in Nagano prefecture.
Production is still low, but it is a high-end grape that is treated on the same level as the Shine Muscat.
It has a high sugar content of 20-21 degrees, which is equal to or higher than that of the Shine Muscat and Nagano Purple. Like these two varieties, it is seedless and has a thin skin, so it can be eaten with its skin.
   
GF/QRG-001:    
QUEEN ROUGE
Nagano Prefecture
(approx 700g+)
   

 

クイーンニーナ / QUEEN NINA GRAPES

Queen Nina, a new red grape variety that was only registered as a variety in 2011. It is characterised by its firm flesh and wonderfully clear ruby-coloured skin. It is a large but seedless variety with high sugar content and good taste, and is steadily growing as a popular variety.
GF/QNG-001: GF/QNG-002: GF/QNG-003:
QUEEN NINA
(SEEDLESS)
Nagano Prefecture
(approx 700g+)
QUEEN NINA
(SEEDLESS)
Nagano Prefecture
(approx 410g+)
QUEEN NINA
(SEEDLESS)
Nagano Prefecture
(approx 700g+)

 

藤稔 / FUJIMINORI GRAPES

'Fujiminori' is considered 'one of the world's largest black grapes' due to the size of its grapes. It is the parent variety of Ruby Roman.
Yamanashi prefecture is known as a 'fruit kingdom', and the Fuefuki area in particular is one of the best producers of high-quality fruit in Japan.
The climate, with its extreme temperature differences, well-drained fertile soil and clean water, is ideal for growing grapes.
The grape Fujiminori, which is carefully hand-picked by skilled growers, is a gem of the pride of the famous Fuefuki region.

*Fujiminori is a variety that tends to fall off in bunches. Although every effort has been made to pack the grapes, we ask for your understanding that this is due to the nature of the grapes.
GF/FMG-001: GF/FMG-002:  
FUJIMINORI
Yamanashi Prefecture
(3 bunches /
approx 2.5kg)
FUJIMINORI
Yamanashi Prefecture
(approx 600g)
 

 

甲斐のくろまる / KAI NO KUROMARU

'Kai no Kuromaru' is an original variety created by Yamanashi Prefecture and registered as a variety in 2013. The name is derived from the fact that it was born in Yamanashi, the country of Kai, and that the rind is black with excellent colouring and the grains are round in shape.
The rind is easily coloured purple-black and the skin is medium thick and easy to peel. It is also characterised by its dark colour and anthocyanin content, which is higher than that of Kyoho grapes and black beets, and its sugar content of around 18% and slightly lower acidity of 0.6% make it a sweet grape with a good taste.
   
GF/KG-001:    
KUROMARU
Yamanashi Prefecture
(approx 500g)
   

 

富士の輝き / FUJI NO KAGAYAKI

Fuji no Kagayaki, also known as Black Shine Muscat. Original in-house developed variety of Shimura Grape Research Institute, Yamanashi. (Fuefuki-city, Yamanashi Prefecture, is the undisputed home of grapes, ranking first in Japan in terms of grape and peach harvest).
This red grape variety is a crossbreed of the Shine Muscat and Wink varieties and is seedless and can be eaten with the skin. It is characterised by its rich, full-bodied sweetness and Kyoho-like strength compared to Shine muscat, and is a dream grape that is eagerly awaited by growers and users as the next generation of Shine muscat.
   
GF/BSMG-001:    
FUJI NO KAGAYAKI
(BLACK
SHINE MUSCAT)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(approx 700g)
   
     

 

キングデラ / KING DELA

Rare and highly sought-after variety for grape lovers.
A gem among those in the know.

King Dela is a cross between Red Pearl and Muscat, which is similar to Delaware.
It inherits sweetness from Muscat and refreshing acidity from Delaware. Sugar content averages more than 20 degrees!

This variety was selected and bred by Hiromichi Nakamura of Osaka Prefecture in 1976 from seedlings produced by crossing 'Red Pearl' with 'Muscat of Alexandria' and was registered as a variety in July 1985.
It is very labour-intensive to grow, and even so, only one or two bunches can be harvested from each branch. For this reason, the number of farmers handling the grape is decreasing rapidly, and it is now a highly rare grape that is rarely available on the market.
 
GF/DWG-001:    
KING DELA
(KING DELAWARE)
Yamanashi Prefecture
(5-6 bunches /
approx 1.5kg)
   
     
 

 

紫苑 / SHIEN GRAPES

A noble winter grape. This is an early winter grape variety with a shipping period from late October to early December. The name 'Shien' comes from its resemblance to the colour of the flowers of the perennial Asteraceae plant 'Shien', from which the variety takes its name.
Shien is a red grape variety, a cross between ‘Beni Sanjaku (紅三尺)’ and ‘Sekirei (赤嶺)’. Bred at the Uehara Grape Research Institute in Yamanashi Prefecture, it has a reddish-purple skin and large berries. The flesh is firm and juicy. It has a high sugar content of around 18 degrees Celsius and is sweet with a good flavour. It is also easy to eat as the skin is easily detached and the grapes are basically seedless.
   
GF/SEG-001:    
SHIEN
Okayama Prefecture
(approx 700g+)
   
     
 

 

梨 (化粧箱) /
SELECTED PEAR (GIFT BOX)

The Nansui pear offers the full enjoyment of the sweetness characteristic of pears. A cross between the Echigo and Shinsui varieties, this red pear was registered as a variety in 1990 and was born in Nagano Prefecture.
The "Minami(南)” refers to the fact that it was born at the Nanshin Agricultural Experiment Station, while the "Mizu(水)” was named "Nansui(南水)” in the hope that it would grow into a lush pear like its parent variety, "Shinsui(新水)”.
It is also hoped that the pears will be as fresh as Shinsui and Hosui, which is also popular for its abundance of freshness. The average sugar content of pears is said to be 10 degrees, but the average sugar content of Nansui pears is 14-15 degrees.
Despite its high sugar content, it contains almost no acidity, allowing the unique sweetness of the pear to be enjoyed to the full.
GF/PER-001:
GF/PER-002:
GF/PER-028:
NANSUI PEAR
Nagano Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 350g/pc)
NANSUI PEAR
Ishikawa Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 350g/pc)
NANSUI
Nagano Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 500g/pc)
     
     
GF/PER-003:
GF/PER-016: GF/PER-017:
SHINKANSEN PEAR
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Tottori Prefecture
(3pcs / approx400g/pc)
SHINKANSEN PEAR
(FARM DIRECT /
PREMIUM GRADE
- AKASHU)
Tottori Prefecture
(4pcs / approx 2kg)
SHINKANSEN PEAR
(FARM DIRECT /
PREMIUM GRADE
- AKASHU)
Tottori Prefecture
(3pcs / approx 400g/pc)
     
GF/PER-005: GF/PER-006:  
AKIZUKI PEAR
Oita Prefecture
(3pcs / approx 500g/pc)
ATAGO NASHI
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Okayama Prefecture
(5pcs / approx 4kg)
 
     
GF/PER-007: GF/PER-008:  
OUSHU NASHI
(Farm Direct /
PREMIUM GRADE)
Tottori Pefecture
(3pcs / approx 1.8kg)
OUSHU NASHI
(Farm Direct /
PREMIUM GRADE)
Tottori Prefecture
(2pcs / approx 2kg)
 
     

ラ・フランス / LA FRANCE

What is La France? La France, a representative variety of Western pear, was discovered in France in 1864 by a man called Claude Blanche and introduced to Japan in the Meiji era (1868-1912) as a pollinator.
It did not attract much attention due to difficulties in ripening and its poor appearance, but in 1985, with the development of ripening technology, La France's deliciousness was recognised and it became a popular variety.
The fruit is tough, irregular and uneven in appearance, with a green to yellow-green background covered in dark grey or greyish-brown rust, and it is not a tasty or beautiful looking fruit.
However, after ripening, the flesh of the fruit has a delicious taste that makes it a true Western pear. The flesh is soft and meltingly soft with few stone cells and high juice content, with a texture similar to that of a muskmelon. It also has a mild acidity, so it is not sweet, but has a rich flavour.
GF/PER-020: GF/PER-025: PER-004:
LA FRANCE
(WESTERN PEAR)
Tottori Prefecture
(3L size / 6pcs)
LA FRANCE
(WESTERN PEAR)
Nagano Prefecture
(4pcs /
approx 400g/pc)
LA FRANCE
(WESTERN PEAR)
Yamagata Prefecture
(M size / 4pcs)
     
A "perfect pear" with moderate acidity and soft flesh. Akizuki from Hirooka Farm Akizuki is a red pear variety created from the crossbreeding of Niitaka x Hosui and Kosui, and was registered as a variety in 2001.
It is also written in Chinese characters as 'autumn moon(秋月)’, named after the pear's autumn harvest, which grows in large balls that are round like the moon.
It is becoming popular nationwide and production is increasing, but it is still a pear that remains scarce.
GF/PER-026: GF/PER-027: GF/PER-029:
AKIZUKI
(FARM DIRECT)
Tottori Prefecture
(4pcs /
approx 2.5kg)
AKIZUKI
(FARM DIRECT)
Tottori Prefecture
(2pcs /
approx 620g/pc)
AKIZUKI
(FARM DIRECT)
Tottori Prefecture
(2pcs /
approx 850g/pc)
     
Representative late pear variety with impactful size. A crossbreed between the Nijisseiki pear and the Amanogawa variety, which is characterised by its refreshing acidity and sweetness, and was named in 1941.
Recommended for those who say they like the crunchiness and acidity of the Nijisseiki pear! The texture is like a Nijisseiki pear with added sugar content, and you can taste the crunchiness and sweetness.
GF/PER-018: GF/PER-019: GF/PER-030:
SHINKOU PEAR
(FARM DIRECT)
Tottori prefecture
(5pcs / approx 2kg)
SHINKOU PEAR
(FARM DIRECT)
Tottori prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 500g/pc)
SHINKOH
(FARM DIRECT)
Tottori Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 620g/pc)
     
   
GF/PER-031:    
SHINKOH
(FARM DIRECT)
Tottori Prefecture
(4pcs /
approx 620g/pc)
   
     
 
GF/PER-014: GF/PER-015:  
NIJISSEIKI
(FARM DIRECT)
Tottori Prefecture
(5pcs /
approx 400g/pc)
NIJISSEIKI
(FARM DIRECT /
PREMIUM GRADE
- AKA SHU)
Tottori Prefecture
(3pcs / approx 500g/pc)
 
     
GF/PER-009: GF/PER-021: GF/PER-022:
KOUSUI-NASHI
Saga Prefecture
(6pcs / approx 2.5kg)
KOUSUI-NASHI
Kumamoto Prefecture
(4L size / 6pcs
/ approx 410g/pc)
KOUSUI-NASHI
Kumamoto Prefecture
(5L size / 3pcs
/ approx 500g/pc)
     
 
GF/PER-023: GF/PER-024:  
NATSU SAYAKA
(FARM DIRECT)
Tottori Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 410g/pc)
NATSU SAYAKA
(FARM DIRECT)
Tottori Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 350g/pc)
 
     

南水 / NANSUI

The Nansui pear offers the full enjoyment of the sweetness characteristic of pears. A cross between the Echigo and Shinsui varieties, this red pear was registered as a variety in 1990 and was born in Nagano Prefecture.
The "Minami(南)” refers to the fact that it was born at the Nanshin Agricultural Experiment Station, while the "Mizu(水)” was named "Nansui(南水)” in the hope that it would grow into a lush pear like its parent variety, "Shinsui(新水)”.
It is also hoped that the pears will be as fresh as Shinsui and Hosui, which is also popular for its abundance of freshness. The average sugar content of pears is said to be 10 degrees, but the average sugar content of Nansui pears is 14-15 degrees.
Despite its high sugar content, it contains almost no acidity, allowing the unique sweetness of the pear to be enjoyed to the full.
 
GF/PER-035-a:
GF/PER-035-b:
NANSUI
Ishikawa Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 410g per pc)
NANSUI
Ishikawa Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 500g per pc)
 
     

二十世紀 / NIJISSEIKI

Popular pear worthy of its 20th century name. The history of the "Nijisseiki (20th century pear) is long, dating back to 1888 when it was discovered in Matsudo City, Chiba Prefecture. Kakunosuke Matsudo, who was 13 years old at the time, took over a seedling he found at a relative's house and grew it in his family's pear orchard, where it bore fruit 10 years later. Ten years later, they produced very tasty green pears.
For a while, the green pears were called "Shintaihaku", but experts recognised their high quality and in 1904 they were named "Nijisseiki". The name is said to mean 'I hope it will become a representative variety of the 20th century'. It was also introduced to Tottori Prefecture around the same time and became a popular variety throughout Japan.
The peel is green but turns yellow as it ripens. If you prefer less acidity, the slightly yellowish ones are recommended over the greenish ones.
GF/PER-036-a: GF/PER-036-b:  
NIJISSEIKI
Kyoto Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 350g per pc)
NIJISSEIKI
Kyoto Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 410g per pc)
 
     
     

秋月 / AKIZUKI

Akizuki pears have a low acidity and a pronounced sweetness. Akizuki (秋月) is a red pear variety created from a cross between Niitaka (新高) x Hosui (豊水) and Kosui (幸水). It was bred at the Fruit Tree Research Institute of the National Agricultural Research Organisation and registered as a variety in 2001.
The fruit is large, weighing around 500g, and has soft, dense flesh. Compared with Hosui (豊水) and Kosui (幸水), it is less acidic and has a strong sweet flavour. The name 'Akizuki' comes from the fact that it is harvested in autumn and its shape is round like the moon. In shops, it is sometimes written as 'Akizuki'.
   
GF/PER-037:    
AKIZUKI
Ishikawa Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 500g per pc)
   
     
     

ラ・フランス / LA FRANCE

What is La France? La France, a representative variety of Western pear, was discovered in France in 1864 by a man called Claude Blanche and introduced to Japan in the Meiji era (1868-1912) as a pollinator.
It did not attract much attention due to difficulties in ripening and its poor appearance, but in 1985, with the development of ripening technology, La France's deliciousness was recognised and it became a popular variety.
The fruit is tough, irregular and uneven in appearance, with a green to yellow-green background covered in dark grey or greyish-brown rust, and it is not a tasty or beautiful looking fruit.
However, after ripening, the flesh of the fruit has a delicious taste that makes it a true Western pear. The flesh is soft and meltingly soft with few stone cells and high juice content, with a texture similar to that of a muskmelon. It also has a mild acidity, so it is not sweet, but has a rich flavour.
 
GF/PER-038-a: GF/PER-038-b:  
LA FRANCE
Yamagata Prefecture
(3L size / 6pcs)
LA FRANCE
Yamagata Prefecture
(L size / 4pcs /
approx 410g per pc)
 
     
     

新興 / SHINKOH

Representative late pear variety with impactful size. A crossbreed between the Nijisseiki pear and the Amanogawa variety, which is characterised by its refreshing acidity and sweetness, and was named in 1941.
Recommended for those who say they like the crunchiness and acidity of the Nijisseiki pear! The texture is like a Nijisseiki pear with added sugar content, and you can taste the crunchiness and sweetness.
 
GF/PER-039: GF/PER-040:  
SHINKOH
Kyoto Prefecture
(3pcs)
SHINKOH
Kyoto Prefecture
(3pcs)
 
 

 

柿 (化粧箱) /
PERSIMMON (GIFT BOX)

紀ノ川柿 黒あま / KINOKAWA-GAKI KUROAMA

KINOKAWA-GAKI - KUROAMA Of the Kinokawa persimmon (hiratanenashi-gaki) grown in the Kino River basin in Wakayama Prefecture, only the very best are shipped under the name Kuroama, a very rare seedless persimmon.
Compared to normal seedless persimmons, they are matured on the tree for about a month longer, which gives them a stronger red colour and higher sugar content. The black colour of the flesh is a sign of maturity and is actually tannin, a type of polyphenol similar to the catechins in tea. In addition, astringent removal, which is normally carried out after harvesting, is carried out while the fruit is still on the tree.
The sugar content reaches approximately 16 degrees Celsius, and the persimmon has a full-bodied sweetness and crisp texture.
GF/PSM-012: PSM-003:  
KINOKAWA-GAKI
KUROAMA
Wakayama Prefecture
(13pcs /
approx 4kg/box)
KINOKAWA-GAKI
KUROAMA
Wakayama Prefecture
(4pcs / 5L size
approx 300g/pc)
 
     

秋王 / AKIOH

Original persimmon born in Fukuoka Prefecture. Akio is an original persimmon born in Fukuoka Prefecture, which was launched in 2015.
This persimmon is characterised by its high sugar content and crispy texture.
The orange-red fruit contains almost no seeds and is truly the king of autumn fruits.
   
GF/PSM-005-a:    
AKIOH
Fukuoka Prefecture
(approx 3.5kg/box)
*Available size:
5L (8pcs) / 4L (9pcs)
   
     

クイーンパーシモン / QUEEN PERSIMMON

Large seedless persimmon appearing at the end of the season. Queen of persimmons 'Queen Persimmon' A mutant variety of the Hiratane-nashigaki persimmon grown at the foot of Mt. Kudoyama in Wakayama Prefecture, it is the brand name for the extra-large Hiratanenashi persimmon produced in Wakayama Prefecture, and is characterised by its large fruit weighing more than 400 g each, registered under the variety name Oodama Hiratanenashigaki (大玉平核無柿).
If you prefer a crispy, hard texture, go early. If you prefer a melt-in-your-mouth texture, leave it at room temperature for a few days to ripen before serving.
GF/PSM-013-a: GF/PSM-013-b:
QUEEN PERSIMMON
Wakayama Prefecture
(9pcs /
approx 4kg/box)
QUEEN PERSIMMON
Wakayama Prefecture
(10pcs /
approx 4kg/box)
 
     

刀根早生柿 / TONE-WASE-GAKI

'Tone-wase' is a variant of 'Hiratane-nashi (seedless persimon)' from a persimmon farm in Tenri, Nara Prefecture.
The name 'Tone' is derived from the farm owner's name, and the variety was registered in 1980.
The fruit is flat, rectangular and seedless, much like the Hira-tane-nashi. They are similar to or slightly larger in size, with Tone-wadse having slightly better colouring. The flesh is moderately firm and rich in juice. As an astringent persimmon, it is shipped after being astringent-removed with alcohol, etc., to enjoy its mild sweetness.
The main production areas are Nara and Wakayama prefectures.
GF/PSM-003-a:
GF/PSM-003-b:
GF/PSM-003-c:
HOUSE GROWN
TONEWASE-GAKI
(PREMIUM
SHU GRADE)
Nara Prefecture
(M size / 12pcs /
approx 2kg)
HOUSE GROWN
TONEWASE-GAKI
(PREMIUM
SHU GRADE)
Nara Prefecture
(M size / 11pcs /
approx 2kg)
HOUSE GROWN
TONEWASE-GAKI
(PREMIUM
SHU GRADE)
Nara Prefecture
(M size / 6pcs /
approx 1kg)
     
 
GF/PSM-003-d:
GF/PSM-017:
 
HOUSE GROWN
TONEWASE-GAKI
Nara Prefecture
(9pcs /
approx 2kg)
TONE-WASE-GAKI
HOUSE GROWN
EARLY PERSIMMON
Wakayama Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 230g+per pc)
 
     
Jiro-gaki if you like a crispy texture. The Jiro-gaki originated from a persimmon tree planted by Jirokichi Matsumoto in the 1840s. The tree was destroyed by fire in the Meiji era (1868-1912), but sprouts grew from the burnt-out stumps and produced delicious persimmons. The persimmon was named "Jiro-gaki“ after Matsumoto and has been widely cultivated.
Jiro-gaki are characterised by their firmness and crispiness, so if you want to enjoy this texture, eat them as soon as possible. If stored at room temperature, they will soften slightly in 2-3 days.
GF/PSM-004-a:
GF/PSM-004-b: GF/PSM-019:
KANJUKU(Ripe)
JIRO-GAKI
Aichi Prefecture
(10pcs / approx 4kg)
KANJUKU(Ripe)
JIRO-GAKI
Aichi Prefecture
(12pcs / approx 4kg)
JIRO-GAKI
Aichi Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 330g+per pc)
     
SOSHU-GAKI (Early autumn persimmon) Soshu is a perfectly sweet persimmon variety bred in 1988 at the Akitsu Branch of the Hiroshima Prefectural Fruit Tree Experiment Station by crossing 'Izu' with '109-27' (Okitsu No. 2 x Okitsu No. 17) and registered as a variety in 2003.
The rind is reddish-orange and glossy, with slightly bumpy sides as an appearance feature. It is rich in juice and the flesh is slightly soft, with a moderate sweetness and good eating quality.
   
GF/PSM-009:
SOUSHU-GAKI
Kagawa Prefecture
(10pcs / approx 4kg)

 
     
KITARO-GAKI Kitaro is an original Tottori breed, a cross between Hayata Wase and Kanshu, which made its market debut in 2012
The black, eyeball-like part in the middle of the pulp. It contains tannin, a type of polyphenol, and is the 'eyeball' of Kitaro! Characterised by its smooth texture and elegant sweetness (sugar content of 17% on average), it is still an expensive and rare persimmon in Japan.
GF/PSM-008-a: GF/PSM-008-b: GF/PSM-008-c:
KITAROU-GAKI
Tottori Prefecture
(8pcs /
approx 3kg per box)
KITAROU-GAKI
Tottori Prefecture
(9pcs /
approx 3kg per box)
KITAROU-GAKI
Tottori Prefecture
(7pcs /
approx 3kg per box)
     
TAISHU-GAKI This is a perfectly sweet persimmon variety selected and bred by crossbreeding ‘Fuyu’ and ‘IIiG-16’, with the aim of producing a sweet persimmon that matures earlier than Fuyu, a typical perfectly sweet persimmon, and was registered in 1995.
It is characterised by the size of the fruit, which can weigh 350-400 g, and its crispy texture.
Another feature of Taishu is that it is prone to black lines, known as stripes. The appearance is not very good, but this is an indication that the fruit is fully ripe and the sugar content has increased, so the orange colour does not darken much when ripe, and even fully ripe fruit may have a slightly bluish tinge.
GF/PSM-018: GF/PSM-020:
TAISHU-GAKI
Ehime Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 380g+per pc)
TAISHU-GAKI
Kumamoto Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 380g+per pc)
 
 

 

柿 (化粧箱) /
PERSIMMON (GIFT BOX)

     
Jiro-gaki if you like a crispy texture. The Jiro-gaki originated from a persimmon tree planted by Jirokichi Matsumoto in the 1840s. The tree was destroyed by fire in the Meiji era (1868-1912), but sprouts grew from the burnt-out stumps and produced delicious persimmons. The persimmon was named "Jiro-gaki“ after Matsumoto and has been widely cultivated.
Jiro-gaki are characterised by their firmness and crispiness, so if you want to enjoy this texture, eat them as soon as possible. If stored at room temperature, they will soften slightly in 2-3 days.
GF/PSM-004-a:
GF/PSM-004-b: GF/PSM-019:
KANJUKU(Ripe)
JIRO-GAKI
Aichi Prefecture
(10pcs / approx 4kg)
KANJUKU(Ripe)
JIRO-GAKI
Aichi Prefecture
(12pcs / approx 4kg)
JIRO-GAKI
Aichi Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 330g+per pc)
     
     
   
GF/PSM-006:
   
REIZOU FUYUU GAKI
(FRESH CHILLED
PERSIMMON)
(PREMIUM GRADE
AKA-SHU)
Fukuoka Prefecture
$228.00/box
(18pcs / approx 5kg)
   
     
SOSHU-GAKI (Early autumn persimmon) Soshu is a perfectly sweet persimmon variety bred in 1988 at the Akitsu Branch of the Hiroshima Prefectural Fruit Tree Experiment Station by crossing 'Izu' with '109-27' (Okitsu No. 2 x Okitsu No. 17) and registered as a variety in 2003.
The rind is reddish-orange and glossy, with slightly bumpy sides as an appearance feature. It is rich in juice and the flesh is slightly soft, with a moderate sweetness and good eating quality.

GF/PSM-007-a:

GF/PSM-007-b: GF/PSM-007-c:
HOUSE GROWN PERSIMMON -
SOUSHU-GAKI
Nara Prefecture
(3L size / 6pcs /
approx 2.4kg/box)
HOUSE GROWN PERSIMMON -
SOUSHU-GAKI
Nara Prefecture
(2L size / 8pcs /
approx 2.4kg/box)
HOUSE GROWN PERSIMMON -
SOUSHU-GAKI
Nara Prefecture
(L size / 9pcs /
approx 2.4kg/box)
     
GF/PSM-007-d: GF/PSM-007-e: GF/PSM-009:
HOUSE GROWN PERSIMMON -
SOUSHU-GAKI
Nara Prefecture
(M size / 10pcs /
approx 2.4kg/box)
HOUSE GROWN PERSIMMON -
SOUSHU-GAKI
Nara Prefecture
(S size / 12pcs /
approx 2.4kg/box)
SOSHU-GAKI
Kagawa Prefecture
(12pcs /
approx 3kg/box)
     
KITARO-GAKI Kitaro is an original Tottori breed, a cross between Hayata Wase and Kanshu, which made its market debut in 2012
The black, eyeball-like part in the middle of the pulp. It contains tannin, a type of polyphenol, and is the 'eyeball' of Kitaro! Characterised by its smooth texture and elegant sweetness (sugar content of 17% on average), it is still an expensive and rare persimmon in Japan.
GF/PSM-008-a: GF/PSM-008-b: GF/PSM-008-c:
KITAROU-GAKI
Tottori Prefecture
(8pcs /
approx 3kg/box)
KITAROU-GAKI
Tottori Prefecture
(9pcs /
approx 3kg/box)
KITAROU-GAKI
(PREMIUM GRADE - AKASHU)
Tottori Prefecture
(7pcs /
approx 3kg/ctn)
     
TAISHU-GAKI This is a perfectly sweet persimmon variety selected and bred by crossbreeding ‘Fuyu’ and ‘IIiG-16’, with the aim of producing a sweet persimmon that matures earlier than Fuyu, a typical perfectly sweet persimmon, and was registered in 1995.
It is characterised by the size of the fruit, which can weigh 350-400 g, and its crispy texture.
Another feature of Taishu is that it is prone to black lines, known as stripes. The appearance is not very good, but this is an indication that the fruit is fully ripe and the sugar content has increased, so the orange colour does not darken much when ripe, and even fully ripe fruit may have a slightly bluish tinge.
GF/PSM-010-a: GF/PSM-010-b: GF/PSM-011:
TAISHU-GAKI
Fukuoka Prefecture
(10pcs /
approx 4.5kg/box)
TAISHU-GAKI
Fukuoka Prefecture
(12pcs /
approx 4.5kg/box)
TAISHU-GAKI
Kumamoto Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 2kg/box)
     
KINOKAWA-GAKI - KUROAMA Of the Kinokawa persimmon (hiratanenashi-gaki) grown in the Kino River basin in Wakayama Prefecture, only the very best are shipped under the name Kuroama, a very rare seedless persimmon.
Compared to normal seedless persimmons, they are matured on the tree for about a month longer, which gives them a stronger red colour and higher sugar content. The black colour of the flesh is a sign of maturity and is actually tannin, a type of polyphenol similar to the catechins in tea. In addition, astringent removal, which is normally carried out after harvesting, is carried out while the fruit is still on the tree.
The sugar content reaches approximately 16 degrees Celsius, and the persimmon has a full-bodied sweetness and crisp texture.
GF/PSM-012: PSM-003:  
KINOKAWA-GAKI
KUROAMA
Wakayama Prefecture
(13pcs /
approx 4kg/box)
KINOKAWA-GAKI
KUROAMA
Wakayama Prefecture
(4pcs /
approx 300g/pc)
 
     
Large seedless persimmon appearing at the end of the season. Queen of persimmons 'Queen Persimmon' A mutant variety of the Hiratane-nashigaki persimmon grown at the foot of Mt. Kudoyama in Wakayama Prefecture, it is the brand name for the extra-large Hiratanenashi persimmon produced in Wakayama Prefecture, and is characterised by its large fruit weighing more than 400 g each, registered under the variety name Oodama Hiratanenashigaki (大玉平核無柿).
If you prefer a crispy, hard texture, go early. If you prefer a melt-in-your-mouth texture, leave it at room temperature for a few days to ripen before serving.
GF/PSM-013-a: GF/PSM-013-b: GF/PSM-013-c:
QUEEN PERSIMMON
Wakayama Prefecture
(9pcs /
approx 4kg/box)
QUEEN PERSIMMON
Wakayama Prefecture
(10pcs /
approx 4kg/box)
QUEEN PERSIMMON
Wakayama Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 340g per pc)
     
New varieties with de-stemming technology The variety was registered in 2009 by crossing the imperfectly sweet persimmon 'Kurokuma' with the perfectly sweet persimmon 'Taishu’.
It was named 'Taiten persimmon', meaning 'a wonderfully large-fruited oyster given to us from heaven’.
Taiten is a late-ripening astringent persimmon harvested from mid-November to early December, and is a promising variety that can be as sweet as 'Fuyu' when the astringency is removed.
 
GF/PSM-002: GF/PSM-014:  
TAITEN-GAKI
Ehime Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 430g/pc)
TAITEN-GAKI
Ehime Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 430g/pc)
 
     
The world's first seedless sweet persimmon The Akioh was bred by Fukuoka Prefecture in 2001, registered as a variety in 2012 (variety name: Fukuoka K1), registered as a trademark under the name 'Akioh’, and put on sale in 2015 (October 2015).
It is a cross between the Fuyu-gaki and Taishugaki persimmon, and is a perfectly sweet persimmon with almost no seeds and a crispy texture, with a sugar content of around 17 degrees. It has a beautiful orange-red appearance and is truly the king of autumn persimmons.
 
GF/PSM-005: GF/PSM-015:  
AKIOH
Fukuoka Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 290g/pc)
AKIOH
Fukuoka Prefecture
(3pcs /
approx 430g/pc)
 
     
For the finest brand persimmons, look no further than Kudoyama's Fuyuu-gaki. In the town of Kudoyama, 22 farmers grow sweet-ripe Fuyuu-gaki, which are bagged one by one and allowed to ripen on the tree until the very last minute, and marketed as a top quality brand.

The Fuyuu-gaki is a perfectly sweet persimmon from Gifu Prefecture, and is known as a representative variety of sweet persimmon.
Fuyuu originated from a persimmon called 'Ikura Gosho'. The Ikura Gosho persimmon was cultivated by the Ogura family in the village of Ikura in Gifu Prefecture at the end of the Edo period and was said to have a very good taste. In 1884 (17th year of Meiji), a man called Saiji Fukushima grafted a branch of this persimmon and grew it, later naming it Fuyuu. It was highly praised at fairs and spread throughout the country.

When stored at room temperature, Fuyuu becomes soft in about two days. If you prefer a firmer texture or want to keep them as long as possible, store them in a plastic bag in the vegetable compartment of a refrigerator to prevent them from drying out. If they are soft, keep them refrigerated and eat them up as soon as possible. When storing, place them with the heps down.
 
GF/PSM-016-a: GF/PSM-016-b:  
KUDOYAMA NO
AMAJUKU
FUYUU-GAKI
(LUXURY BRAND)
Wakayama Prefecture
(7pcs /approx 4kg)
KUDOYAMA NO
AMAJUKU
FUYUU-GAKI
(LUXURY BRAND)
Wakayama Prefecture
(8pcs /approx 4kg)
 
     

 

苺 (化粧箱) /
STRAWBERRY (GIFT BOX)

There are approximately 300 varieties of strawberries in Japan, and even today, many varieties are being improved and new, unique varieties are being born one after another in various regions of the country, resulting in the creation of "local brands" of strawberries that represent the production area.
     
This strawberry is produced exclusively in Sanagouchi Village, Myodo-gun, Tokushima Prefecture Like Momo-ichigo, Sakura-momo-ichigo is a brand name strawberry (registered trademark) from Sanagouchi Village, Tokushima Prefecture, and is a new strawberry that began to be distributed in 2008.
The strawberries are cultivated in such a way that only around eight berries are produced per plant and nutrition is concentrated on each individual berry.
Naturally, the sugar content is higher than that of ordinary strawberries. It is said to be about 16-18 degrees at the tip, 11-12 degrees in the middle and 10 degrees at the base.
GF/STR-002-a: GF/STR-002-b: GF/STR-002-c:
SAKURA
MOMO ICHIGO
Tokushima Prefecture
(16pcs /
approx 700g)
SAKURA
MOMO ICHIGO
Tokushima Prefecture
(20pcs /
approx 700g)
SAKURA
MOMO ICHIGO
Tokushima Prefecture
(24pcs /
approx 700g)
     
   
STR-001:    
SAKURA
MOMO ICHIGO
Tokushima Prefecture
(approx 170g/pack)
   
     
Rich taste with high sugar and acidity.
Bred by the Nara Prefectural Agricultural Research Centre by crossing '7-3-1' with 'Beni-hoppe' and registered as a variety in 2011.
Nara Prefecture's original strawberry is Asuka Ruby, but it was developed to further strengthen the brand.
Strawberries can fluctuate in acidity depending on when they are harvested, but the Kotoka is also characterised by its low variation in taste throughout the season.
Incidentally, the mother of 7-3-1 is Sachinoka, while the father is 1-7-9. And 1-7-9's mother is 'Aska Wave' and its father is 'Nyoho'.
 
STR-002-a: STR-002-b:  
KOTOKA
Nara Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 300g/pack)
KOTOKA
Nara Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 300g/pack)
 
     
Delivering the finest strawberries to the world.
Created in 2016, five farmers with their own strengths come together to take on the daily challenge of producing quality strawberries.

KOTOKA:
Kotoka is Nara's representative brand of strawberries. It is characterised by its rich sweetness and acidity, and has a deep, natural strawberry flavour. The bright ruby red flesh is slightly firm, making it a satisfying variety to eat.

AWAYUKI:
Awayuki has a lovely cherry-red colour. The acidity is moderate, and the sweetness is even more pronounced. The flesh is neither too hard nor too soft, with just the right firmness to make it easy to eat for everyone, from children to the elderly.

PEARL WHITE:
There are many white strawberry varieties nowadays, but the Pearl White is the one with the most brilliant whiteness. It is characterised by its low acidity and strong sweetness.

SHINJU-HIME (pearl princess):
This variety is characterised by its fresh, sweet aroma and tropical peach flavour. Enjoy this ultra-rare strawberry with a pure white rind and surface grains.
STR-003A: STR-003B-a: STR-003B-b:
KOTOKA
Nara Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 300g/pack)
AWAYUKI
Nara Prefecture
(3L size / 2 packs /
approx 250g/pack)
AWAYUKI
Nara Prefecture
(2L size / 2 packs /
approx 250g/pack)
     
   
STR-003B-c:    
AWAYUKI
Nara Prefecture
(L size / 2 packs /
approx 250g/pack)
   
     
STR-003C-a: STR-003C-b:  
PEARL WHITE
Nara Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 300g/pack)
PEARL WHITE
Nara Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 270g/pack)
 
     
STR-003D: STR-003E: STR-003F:
SHINJU-HIME
Nara Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 300g/pack)
KOTOKA & AWAYUKI
Nara Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 300g/pack)
KOTOKA, AWAYUKI,
PEARL WHITE
Nara Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 300g/pack)
     
It took Kumamoto Prefecture 9 years to perfect this top-quality, confident variety! The official name of the variety is Kumaken 548, and the name Hi-no-Shizuku was given to it through a nationwide public competition. Hi" refers to Kumamoto's "Hino" and "Shizuku" to the clean water of Kumamoto and the freshness of the strawberry.
The parentage is 98-30 x 98-20-3. 98-30 is a cross between Sachinoka and Tochinomine, with relatively high yields and excellent eating quality. 98-20-3 is a cross between Kuru and Tochinomine, with high yields and excellent eating quality. The -20-3 is a cross between Kurume 54 and Tochinomine, and is also high-yielding and large in size.
Tochinomine is also the father (pollen parent) of Tochiotome. Kurume No. 54 was also registered as a variety in 2004 under the name Strawberry Intermediate Mother Honno No. 1, and is a variety with a large size and high sugar content. Hinoshizuku has inherited these excellent characteristics.
GF/STR-004: STR-016-a: STR-016-b:
KIKUCHI NO MANMA
(HINO-SHIZUKU
with branches)
Kumamoto Prefecture
(approx 1.2kg)
HINO-SHIZUKU
Kumamoto Prefecture
(2 packs
approx 270g/pack)
HINO-SHIZUKU
Kumamoto Prefecture
(2 packs
approx 270g/pack)
     
Born from parents with large-grain characteristics.
Ookimi is a strawberry variety selected and bred at the Kyushu-Okinawa Agricultural Research Centre of the National Agriculture and Food Research Organisation (NARO) from a cross between Satsuma-Otome, which has large berries and excellent quality, and Honno 1, a strawberry mother with extremely large berries. The variety was applied for and published in 2008 and registered in 2011.
It is named after 'a particularly large berry among high-quality strawberry varieties'.
 
GF/STR-016-a: GF/STR-016-b:  
OOKIMI
(DELUXE GRADE)
Kochi Prefecture
(9psc /
approx 300g)
OOKIMI
(DELUXE GRADE)
Kochi Prefecture
(12pcs /
approx 500g)
 
     
STR-020-a: STR-021-b: STR-021-c:
OOKIMI
Saga Prefecture
(2packs /
approx 270g)
OOKIMI
Kochi Prefecture
(2packs /
approx 270g/pack)
OOKIMI
(DELUXE GRADE)
Kochi Prefecture
(2packs /
approx 270g/pack)
     
Fruits with excellent longevity The parent strawberry is 03042-08, a high-yielding, early maturing line derived from multiple crosses between Strawberry Kurume 48, Satsuma Otome and Saga Honoka, with Kumaken i 548 (Hinoshizuku), which has excellent eating quality, as the pollen parent.
A new variety was applied for registration in 2017 and variety registration was just completed in November 2020. The name Koi Minori is derived from its high yield and the wish that "the wishes entrusted to us through the strawberry will come true".
 
STR-008: GF/STR-018:  
SAKURANBO ICHIGO
(KOI-MINORI
with branches)
Tokushima Prefecture
(approx 1.3kg)
SAKURANBO ICHIGO
(KOI-MINORI
with branches)
Tokushima Prefecture
(15pcs /
approx 400g)
 
     
 
STR-010-a: STR-010-b:  
KOI-MINORI
(Deluxe Grade)
Kumamoto Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 270g per pack)
KOI-MINORI
(Deluxe Grade)
Kumamoto Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 270g/pack)
 
     
A new variety born in Saga Prefecture that debuted in autumn 2018. Ichigo-san is a brand trademark and the official name of the variety is ‘Saga i9’.
Saga i9 was developed over a period of seven years at the Saga Prefectural Agricultural Research and Development Centre by the Saga Prefectural Government, JA Group Saga and strawberry growers, and was selected from 15,000 strawberry plants. The cross parent varieties are said to be 'Sakei 14' and 'Yayohime’.
Saga Prefecture's strawberry is the nationally famous Saga Honoka, but Ichigo-san is attracting attention because it is the first new variety in 20 years.
GF/STR-024: STR-014-a: STR-014-b:
KARATSU
ICHIGO-SAN
(Wooden gift box)
Saga Prefecture
$160.00/box
(approx 1.2kg)
ICHIGO-SAN
Saga Prefecture
(2 packs)
ICHIGO-SAN
Saga Prefecture
(2 packs)
     
     
 
GF/STR-021: GF/STR-025:  
TSURUGI-HIME
(BENI-HOPPE)
Tokushima Prefecture
(approx 800g)
KANJUKU
BENI-HOPPE
Aichi Prefecture
(approx 500g)
 
     
A Top Berry teamed up by four of Nara Prefecture's most amazing people!
It was bred by Kaito Omura, Nara Prefecture's Top Berry, and an application for registration as a new variety has been filed in 2021.
It was selected and bred from the parents Kotoka (古都華), which reigns supreme as a rich strawberry among the many strawberry varieties, and the large-grained Tamahime (珠姫 Pearl Princess).
Kotohime (古都姫) has inherited the rich sweetness of Kotoka (古都華).
It does not have the distinct acidity of Kotoka, and its sweetness is more pronounced because it is gentle.
It also inherits the characteristics of the large grains of Tamahime, which weigh an average of 30g, making it very satisfying to eat.
There are only three producers and the production is small, making it a valuable piece of grain.

"Cottonberry", the pride of Top Berry, a terrific group of producers in Nara Prefecture (Representative: Mr Omura), is a variety that has been applied for registration as a new variety in 2019.
You would never guess from its appearance that it has an impressive flavour that surpasses even red strawberries, and a strange candy-like aroma and distinct sweetness that is different from that of white strawberries.
 
GF/STR-022A: GF/STR-022B:  
KOTO-HIME
(TOP STRAWBERRY)
Nara Prefecture
(2packs /
approx 250g/pack)
COTTON BERRY
(TOP STRAWBERRY)
(2packs /
approx 250g/pack)
 
     
The 'Amaou' variety was created with the aim of becoming the best in Japan The strawberry variety 'Fukuoka S6' was produced in Fukuoka Prefecture and registered in 2005 as a replacement for 'Toyonoka', which has been popular throughout the country. The nickname Amao is a registered trademark.
The name "Amao" is an acronym for “赤い (akai = red)”, “丸い (marui = round)”, “大きい (ookii = big)” and “うまい (umai = delicious)”, as the fruit is large and well-shaped, red and shiny, and has a good balance of sweetness and acidity.
Incidentally, there are three grades of Amaou. In descending order of grade EX: Excellent (rare, representing only a few per cent of production), DX: Deluxe and G: Grande.
The Grande grade is unique in shape and a little uneven, but is juicy and super-fleshy.
GF/STR-023: STR-004: STR-037:
AMAOU
(EX GRADE)
Fukuoka Prefecture
(approx 420g)
AMAOU
(GRANDE GRADE)
Fukuoka Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 270g/pack)
AMAOU
(DELUXE GRADE)
Fukuoka Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 270g/pack)
     
Kagawa Prefecture's original strawberry brand Sanuki-hime is an original Kagawa strawberry variety registered in 2009. The parental cross is 'Miki No. 2' x 'Sagahonoka'. It was bred at the Kagawa Prefectural Agricultural Experiment Station with the aim of producing strawberries with excellent taste, large fruit and adaptability to upland solution cultivation.
The mother, ‘Miki No. 2’, is a cross between ‘Sachinoka’ and ‘Tochiotome’. It inherits the excellent characteristics of the three major strawberry varieties, Sagahonoka, Sachinoka and Tochiotome.
In Kagawa Prefecture, strawberries born in other prefectures, such as Toyonoka, Nyoho and Sachinoka, were cultivated until Sanuki-hime was born. However, with the advent of Sanuki-hime, the prefecture was able to promote its own brand of strawberries.
The official name of the variety is "讃岐姫” in Chinese characters, but the packs are shipped with the name "さぬきひめ” in hiragana.
 
GF/STR-009: STR-005:
SANUKI-HIME
Kagawa Prefecture
(15pcs /
approx 640g)
SANUKI-HIME
Kagawa Prefecture
(2 packs/
approx 270g/pack)
 
     
Very rare strawberry produced exclusively by Mr. Nakamura in Saga Prefecture.
Saki-hime is a new strawberry variety created by strawberry farmer Kazuyoshi Nakamura of Saga Shiraishi-machi, who crossed Yayoi Hime with Saga Honoka, and published an application for variety registration in 2014.
It is attracting attention as a large, fragrant and sweet strawberry with a sugar content of over 15 degrees.
 
STR-019: GF/STR-026:  
SAKI-HIME
(LIMITED /
High Sugar Level)
Saga Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 250g/pack)
SAKI-HIME
(LIMITED /
High Sugar Level)
Saga Prefecture
(12pcs /
approx 700g)
 
     
Representative of white strawberries The 'Awayuki' is a strawberry born in Kagoshima Prefecture and is a mutant strain created by mutation of the 'Saga Honoka' variety. It was bred by Mr Yamashita in Kagoshima Prefecture and registered as an individual variety in 2013.
It has a low acidity and a strong sweetness (sugar content of 13-15°) but a light flavour, with a gentle fragrance unique to white strawberries. It is also characterised by its red seedpods, slightly firm flesh and excellent transportability.
   
STR-007-b:  
AWAYUKI
(DELUXE GRADE)
Nara Prefecture
(2 packs /2L size
approx 300g/pack)
   
     
Strawberry with a sweet and sour taste that is typical of strawberries.
A decade ago, the Nyoho strawberry was the main strawberry variety, so much so that it was known as the 'Western Toyonoka' or 'Eastern Nyoho’.
Today, Kagawa Prefecture accounts for almost all of Japan's production of Nyoho strawberries.
There has been a shift towards "sweet strawberries without acidity", and most of the strawberries that appear one after another are large and sweet.
In such a situation, we focused on Nyoho strawberries, which have the acidity of traditional strawberries and a high sugar content to match.
The name "Kokoro" comes from the desire to grow strawberries with heart and soul in each and every one of them for customers to enjoy.
The strong acidity of the strawberries makes them perfect for eating on their own or with whipped cream.
 
STR-009:    
NYOHO - KOKORO
Kagawa Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 300g/pack)
   
     
     
Yumenoka inherits the excellent characteristics of its parent varieties and has the meaning of "delicious strawberries that make everyone's dreams come true" “Yumenoka” is an original variety bred in Aichi Prefecture by crossing Kurume 55 with Series 531, and was first bred at the Aichi Prefectural Agricultural Experiment Station in 1999 and registered as a variety in 2007. Until then, Tochi-otome and Aki-hime had been the main varieties in Aichi Prefecture, but Yumenoka was created with the aim of producing a strawberry with a higher yield than Tochi-otome and better transportability than Aki-hime.
Yumenoka's mother, Kurume 55, was bred by the Kyushu Okinawa Agricultural Research Centre and is characterised by its high yield. The father's Series 531, a cross between Nyoho x Piisutoro and Aisutoro, is characterised by its tough rind, and was created as a quality strawberry by inheriting these characteristics. By the way, Piisutoro and Aisutoro are strawberries born in Aichi Prefecture, with Piisutoro being descended from Akanekko, Aiberry and Toyonoka, and Aisutoro from Nyoho and Reikou.
 
STR-015: STR-040:  
YUMENOKA
Nagasaki Prefecture
(3L size / 2 packs
approx 270g/pack)
YUMENOKA
Kochi Prefecture
(3L size / 2 packs
approx 270g/pack)
 
     
A strawberry that combines the good qualities of Akihime and Sachinoka. Marihime is an original variety developed by Wakayama Prefecture. Recent trends in the strawberry market have led to demands for earlier shipments. In Wakayama Prefecture, strawberries have been cultivated mainly from the "Sachinoka" variety, but the harvesting of "Sachinoka" started late, so an early variety was developed to replace it. A new original variety was produced by selecting and breeding from the seedlings produced by crossing 'Akihime' as the parentage and 'Sachinoka' as the pollen parentage, and was registered in March 2010.
The name is said to mean that the variety should be familiar to people like Kishu Temari (紀州手まり), a local craft of Wakayama Prefecture.
 
STR-027-a: STR-027-b:  

MARIHIME
Wakayama Prefecture
(2 packs
approx 300g/pack)

MARIHIME
Wakayama Prefecture
(2 packs
approx 300g/pack)

 
     
It took about 10 years of research to produce a superb strawberry An original Kumamoto strawberry born in 2015, the once-in-a-century ‘Ichi-go (15) Year', from the cross between '07-13-1' and 'Kaorino'.
The name "Yuubeni" is a combination of Kumamoto's "Kumamoto" ("Yuu”, a phonetic reading of "bear") and the strawberry's "Beni" (red) colour. It was chosen and named from a public competition.
It has a large, relatively well-shaped, beautifully conical shape and a glossy, bright red colour, even the inside of the flesh is red. The fruit is juicy and fresh, with a firm texture. It has a good balance of sweetness and acidity, with a slightly subdued acidity, and a mellow aroma is one of its characteristics.
 
STR-029:    
YUUBENI
Kumamoto Prefecture
(3L size / 2 packs
approx 270g/pack)
   
     
Created through repeated natural crosses and selection between the nameless White ichigo and Ookimi varieties. Yuki Usagi was bred by Shigeo Ide in Saga Prefecture and the variety was registered in 2014. The fruits are large, with an average fruit weight of 35 g, and have a shiny conical shape. The rind is basically white, but tends to turn pink later in the season.
The flesh inside is a beautiful white colour, with a sweet flavour and low acidity. It is also characterised by a slightly peachy, fruity aroma.
The name ‘Yuki Usagi (Snow Rabbit)’ comes from the fact that the strawberry's bumps (souka) turn red and look like the eyes of a hare.
STR-035-a: STR-035-b: STR-035-c:
YUKI-USAGI
Saga Prefecture
(PREMIUM GRADE -
AKA-SHU)
(2 packs /
approx 300g/pack)
YUKI-USAGI
(PREMIUM GRADE -
AKA-SHU)
Saga Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 300g/pack)
YUKI-USAGI
(PREMIUM GRADE -
AKA-SHU)
Saga Prefecture
(2 packs /
approx 300g/pack)
     
幸の香 (Sachi no Ka), which means 'good luck' to both producers and eaters It was bred at the former Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries' Vegetable and Tea Experiment Station, Kurume Branch (now the National Agricultural Research Organisation Kyushu Okinawa Agricultural Research Centre) in Fukuoka Prefecture and registered as a variety in 2000.
It inherits the good taste and aroma of 'Toyonoka' and the large fruit and good colouring of 'Aiberry', while adding a firm texture with excellent transportability and longevity.
 
GF/STR-019: GF/STR-020:  
KUHOU ICHIGO
(SASHINOKA
with branches)
Tokushima Prefecture
(approx 900g)
SASHINOKA
with branches
Tokushima Prefecture
(12pcs)
 
     
 
STR-018: STR-044:  
SACHINOKA
with branches
Tokushima Prefecture
(approx 1kg)
SACHINOKA
Tokushima Prefecture
(2L size /
approx 250g/pack)
 
     
Nara's newest brand of strawberries.
This is a new-born variety, born in January 2022, from a cross between the Kotoka (古都華) and Tochiotome (とちおとめ) strains and the Kotoka (古都華) and Kaorino (かおり野) strains.
This is a gem, selected from approximately 4,500 strawberry plants on the basis of taste and other criteria.
This strawberry has a high sugar content and a refreshing acidity, and although it is a little small, it has the same good shape as the parent variety.
   
STR-047:    
NARA-AKARI
(NEW VARIETY)
Nara Prefecture
(2packs /
approx 280g/pack)
   
     

 

GF/STR-001: GF/STR-005: GF/STR-006:
AWA-HOUBENI ICHIGO
with stem
Tokushima Prefecture
(approx 750g)
HINOSHIZUKU
Kumamoto Prefecture
(16pcs / approx 500g)
DARUMA ICHIGO
(SAGAHONOKA)
Kochi Prefecture
(approx 650g)
     
GF/STR-007: GF/STR-008: GF/STR-010:
AWA ICHIGO
YUME-MONOGATARI
(YUMENOKA)
Tokushima Prefecture
(16pcs / approx 900g)
BIZAN BENI-HOPPE
Tokushima Prefecture
(24pcs / approx 700g)
HANA KAGARI
Gifu Prefecture
(12pcs / approx 650g)
     
GF/STR-013: GF/STR-014: GF/STR-015:
AWAYUKI ICHIGO
Nara Prefecture
(4L big size /
approx 80g per pc)
AWAYUKI ICHIGO
Nara Prefecture
MINO-MUSUME
Gifu Prefecture
(15pcs /
approx 800g)
     
   
GF/STR-017:    
ORGANIC
SACHINOKA
Tokushima Prefecture
(approx 350g)
   
     
STR-011: STR-030-a: STR-030-b
PEARL WHITE
Nara Prefecture
(approx 60g)
ASO NO KOYUKI
Kumamoto Prefecture
(18pcs /
approx 420g/pack)
ASO NO KOYUKI
Kumamoto Prefecture
(15pcs /
approx 420g/pack)
     
   
STR-036:  
ECHIGO-HIME
Niigata Prefecture
(15pcs / approx 520g)
   
     
"Yukibotan" is a white strawberry with a characteristic tropical sweet scent. The sweetness is modest, but the moderate acidity is perfect for summer. In Nakashibetsu-cho, Shibetsu-gun, which is the eastern part of the production area, the cold current flows on the south side, and the southerly wind carries the cold air over the sea, and the temperature is low.
In such an environment, we are working on strawberry cultivation in the summer without using the air conditioner.
   
STR-045:    
WHITE STRAWBERRY
YUKI-BOTAN
Hokkaido
(2 packs /approx 300g/pack)
   

 

 

その他 /
OTHERS

珊瑚樹トマト / SANGOJU TOMATO

GF/OTR-001-a: GF/OTR-001-b: GF/OTR-001-c:
FARM DIRECT!
SANGOJU
Tokushima Prefecture
(M size / 20pcs
approx 1kg)
FARM DIRECT!
SANGOJU
Tokushima Prefecture
(M size / 12pcs)
FARM DIRECT!
SANGOJU
Tokushima Prefecture
(5pcs)
     

さくらんぼ / SAKURANBO (Cherry)

GF/OTR-002: GF/OTR-003: GF/OTR-006:
SAKURANBO
Nagano Prefecture
(2L size /
approx 300g)
SAKURANBO
Nagano Prefecture
(3L size /
approx 300g)
SATO NISHIKI
(Premium Grade CHERRY
- Glass pack)
Kochi Prefecture
(approx 80g)
     
GF/OTR-007: GF/OTR-008: GF/OTR-009:
SATO NISHIKI
(Premium Grade
- Wooden box)
Kochi Prefecture
(2L size / approx 300g)
SATO NISHIKI
(Wooden box)
Kochi Prefecture
(L size / approx 420g)
BENI-SHUHOU
Yamagata Prefecture
(2L size / approx 450g)
     
GF/OTR-010: GF/OTR-011: GF/OTR-018:
SATONISHIKI
Nagano Prefecture
(2L size /
approx 300g)
SATONISHIKI
Yamagata Prefecture
(2L size /
approx 100g)
BENI-SHUHOU
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Yamagata Prefecture
(2L size/
approx 300g)
     
GF/OTR-019: GF/OTR-023: GF/OTR-024:
SATOU-NISHIKI
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Yamagata Prefecture
(L size/ approx 300g)
SATOU-NISHIKI
(CHOCOLATE GIFT BOX)
Yamagata Prefecture
(L size / approx 280g)
BENI-SHUHOU
& GASSAN-NISHIKI
(CHOCOLATE GIFT BOX)
Nagano Prefecture
(3L size / approx 150g)
     
GF/OTR-025: GF/OTR-026: GF/OTR-027:
BENI-SHUHOU
(CHOCOLATE GIFT BOX)
Nagano Prefecture
(3L size/ approx 150g)
YAMAGATA NO SAKURANBO
- SATO NISHIKI
(PREMIUM TOKUSHU GRADE)
Yamagata Prefecture
(approx 300g)
YAMAGATA NO SAKURANBO
- SATO NISHIKI
(TOKUSHU GRADE)
Yamagata Prefecture
(approx 300g)
     
GF/OTR-031: GF/OTR-034-a: GF/OTR-034-b:
SATONISHIKI
Yamagata Prefecture
(2L size /
approx 450g)
HIGASHINE
SAKURANBO
(SATONISHIKI)
Yamagata Prefecture
(2L size / approx 820g)
HIGASHINE
SAKURANBO
(SATONISHIKI)
Yamagata Prefecture
(L size / approx 720g)
     
   
GF/OTR-035:    
SAKURANBO
(BENI SHUHOU)
Yamagata Prefecture
(2L size / approx 500g)
   
     

マンゴー / MANGO

GF/OTR-012: GF/OTR-013: GF/OTR-014:
TAIYO NO TAMAGO
(PREMIUM GRADE MANGO)
Miyazaki Prefecture
(4L size / 2pcs /
approx 700g/pc)
TAIYO NO TAMAGO
(PREMIUM GRADE MANGO)
Miyazaki Prefecture
(3L size / 2pcs / approx 1.4kg)
TAIYO NO TAMAGO
(PREMIUM GRADE MANGO)
Miyazaki Prefecture
(2L size / 3pcs / approx 400g/pc)
     
GF/OTR-015-a: GF/OTR-015-b: GF/OTR-015-c:
KANJUKU MANGO
(PREMIUM GRADE - AKA SHU)
Miyazaki Prefecture
(5L size /
approx 650g)
KANJUKU MANGO
(PREMIUM GRADE - AKA SHU)
Miyazaki Prefecture
(4L size /
approx 580g)
KANJUKU MANGO
(PREMIUM GRADE - AKA SHU)
Miyazaki Prefecture
(3L size /
approx 450g)
     
GF/OTR-020: GF/OTR-021: GF/OTR-028:
TAIYO NO TAMAGO
(PREMIUM GRADE MANGO)
Miyazaki Prefecture
(5L size / 1pc / approx 650g)
MANGO
(PREMIUM GRADE - AKA SHU)
Miyazaki Prefecture
(2L size / approx 380g)
KANJYUKU TAMAGO
(RIPE MANGO)
Miyazaki Prefecture
(5L size / approx 650g)
   
GF/OTR-033-a: GF/OTR-033-b: GF/OTR-033-c:
KANJUKU MANGO
Miyazaki Prefecture
(4L size / approx 500g)
KANJUKU MANGO
Miyazaki Prefecture
(3L size / approx 500g)
KANJUKU MANGO
Miyazaki Prefecture
(2L size / approx 430g)
   
   
GF/OTR-017:    
PASSION FRUITS
Okinawa Prefecture
(approx 1kg)
   
     
GF/OTR-030: GF/OTR-036: GF/OTR-037:
HARU NI AJIWAU SUIKA
(Watermelon)
Kumamoto Prefecture
(M size / approx 1.1kg)
KURO KAWA SUIKA
YUMEKURO-KODAMA
(Watermelon-black skin)
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Kumamoto Prefecture
(2L size / approx 1.4kg)
KIKUCHI NO SUIKA
(KODAMA SUIKA)
Kumamoto Prefecture
(2L size /
approx 1.4kg+)
     
   
GF/OTR-038:    
KINPUKU SUIKA
(Golden Watermelon)
Fukui Prefecture
(approx 2kg)
   
     
 
GF/OTR-022: GF/OTR-032:  
PEACH PINEAPPLE
Okinawa Prefecture
(M size / 1pc / approx 650g)
CHURA-PINE
(BOGOR PINEAPPLE /
SNACK PINEAPPLE)
Okinawa Prefecture
(approx 750g)
 
     
   
GF/OTR-029:    
FRESH BIG CHESTNUT
(TOP PREMIUM GRADE)
Ehime Prefecture
(3L size / approx 500g)
   
     

レインボーレッドキウイ / RAINBOW RED KIWI

What is the Rainbow Red Kiwi? A new variety of kiwifruit, cultivated in only a few places in the country. It is characterised by a red pulp centre and high sugar content, with a sugar content of around 20 degrees when fully ripe. It is rich in vitamin C and is characterised by the absence of hair on the surface of the kiwifruit.
The variety commonly known as kiwifruit is the Hayward variety, which is relatively acidic, but this variety is less acidic and sweeter.
GF/OTR-039: GF/OTR-040: GF/OTR-041:
RED KIWI
Yamanashi Prefecture
(5pcs / approx 300g)
RAINBOW RED KIWI
Shizuoka Prefecture
(6pcs /
approx 110g+/pc)
RAINBOW RED KIWI
Shizuoka Prefecture
(18pcs /
approx 110g+/pc)
   
     
A rare variety, only available for about a month, and one of the biggest in the world! It is a variety bred by crossing an apple variety with a male Chinese kiwifruit variety.
It was named Sanuki Gold after the golden kiwifruit with flesh developed by Kagawa Prefecture, and the variety was registered in 2005.
Weighing around 200g per fruit, it is one of the largest kiwifruit in the world, and has a sugar content three degrees higher than Hayward, making it a golden kiwi with rich juice and a melon-like texture.
   
GF/OTR-042:    
SANUKI GOLD KIWI
Kagawa Prefecture
(8pcs / approx 2kg)
   
     

ルナピエナ / LUNA PIENA

Winter watermelon 'Medium-sized Luna Piena' The Luna Piena watermelon is a greenhouse watermelon produced in Yasu-cho, Konan City, Kochi Prefecture, using a nationally unique three-dimensional cultivation method called aerial three-dimensional cultivation (all fruit is grown by hanging it in the air), which made its brand debut in February 2005.
The image of the watermelon growing slowly in the air and the image of a silvery full moon floating and growing slowly in the clear night sky of Yasu-cho and the beautiful blue Pacific Ocean overlapped with our thoughts of growing special watermelons. The name "Luna Piena Luna Piena*" was born from the image of a full moon slowly growing as it floats in the clear night sky of the town and the azure, beautiful Pacific Ocean.

*Origin of the name: Luna means 'moon' and Piena Piena means 'full' in Italian, but the word Piena has another meaning: 'full moon'.
GF/OTR-043-a: GF/OTR-043-b:  
LUNA PIENA SUIKA
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Kochi Prefecture
(approx 3.3kg+)
LUNA PIENA SUIKA
(PREMIUM GRADE)
Kochi Prefecture
(approx 2.5kg)