Kagawa prefecture products

Fuyu persimmo

Seasonal season
November
Main production area
Takamatsu City, Ayagawa Town

Sweet persimmon king
Speaking of autumn fruits, persimmons. Among them, wealthy is called sweet persimmon king in both taste and color. The history of Kagawa Prefecture's wealth began when a wealthy log was transplanted to Kagawa more than 100 years ago. Since then, various trials and errors by producers have been repeated, and it has become possible to grow stunning large grains and high-quality wealth in accordance with the mild climate of Kagawa Prefecture. Wealth from Kagawa Prefecture is characterized by its beautiful color and fruit size when ripe, high sugar content, and responsive texture. Although the yield is not large, Kagawa's wealth is highly valued nationwide.

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      Mineharu Fukui
      Organization nameKagawa Prefectural Agricultural Cooperative Ayasaka Agricultural Center Horticulture Division
      Group location4742-1 Sue, Ayagawa-cho, Aya-gun
      Recommended way of eatingraw food
      Prefecture retail storeShowa celebration
      Mr. Fukui, a persimmon producer who has been stuck with making persimmons. About 200 trees are growing in the persimmon field on the slopes of the mountains in Ayagawa town. It is said that there are trees that are over 75 years old in the fields inherited from the father's generation. It has been 50 years since I faced the persimmon tree. Mr. Fukui watches the trees with a gentle gaze like watching his child grow. Focused on the persimmon trees, including trees, branches, buds, and flowers, Tomi persimmons have been cultivated with affection and are said to have a reputation for beautiful and delicious color.