Kagawa prefecture products

Koryoku Kiwi

Photograph of Koryoku

Refreshing flavor with a high sugar content. You can imagine how delicious it is just by looking at the dark green flesh of Koryoku Kiwi. Give this superb kiwi a try, and discover a new level of sweetness.

Seasonal season
Time to go around Peak season (seasonal season)
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Main production area
Takamatsu, Zentsuji, Mitoyo, Tonosho
  • Beautiful, Bright Green Kiwi Fruit

    Koryoku Kiwi, an original variety of kiwi fruit from Kagawa Prefecture, was registered in 1987. Compared to the “Hayward” variety of kiwi that is commonly found throughout Japan, Koryoku Kiwi has a higher sugar content, and is distinguished by the brilliant dark green color of its flesh. The name “Koryoku” makes reference to both the beautiful green of Kagawa’s rich natural landscape, and the green color of the kiwi fruit. Another feature of Koryoku Kiwi is that it has low astringency. You can fully enjoy the fresh and juicy flavor of this intensely sweet kiwi. Kiwi with a sugar content of 14.5 or more are sold on the market as Sanuki San Fruits. Kiwi that have received the highest rating for sugar content are sold under the special brand name, “Sweet 16”.

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Kinashicho, Takamatsu City
Yasuki Hachimura
Yumi Hachimura
Organization name Daiichi Takamatsu Fruits and Vegetables Co., Ltd.
Group location 40-12, Setouchi-cho, Takamatsu-shi
Recommended way of eating According to raw food, yogurt and ice
Prefecture retail store Prefecture supermarket
Kiwi fruit is popular for its refreshing sweetness and fruity aroma. Hachimura of Onashi-machi grows kiwi fruit in a field using the slopes of the mountain where the sun plays. The cultivation is very nervous, such as careful pruning and strict selection of flowers, carefully selecting only the best fruits from the fruits that have been grown, and bagging the selected fruits. Yamura's kiwi fruit boasts a high sugar content of 15-18 degrees. The emerald green fruit has a lot of black groves that tell the sweetness of the fruit. Why not try a juicy kiwifruit that enjoys the blessings of the sun?