There are a few major crops homegrown in Japan such as rice, fruits and vegetables. Japanese crops are famous among other countries because of their careful handling to ensure the finest quality is presented. It would be worth nothing if the freshness of the crops is not preserved. Besides, environmentally friendly agriculture has become a norm in Japan, consumers are hardheaded their attitude towards food safety. It rests assured that food selling to the consumers has passed the quality test and it is safe and fresh to consume at its finest quality.
The Japanese Rice
Align with their founder’s efforts in “Contribute to society through a stable food supply” they are now proudly present detailed studies and technologies of the extracts and various bioactive components from rice bran in a wide range of products, as food, medicines, and cosmetics to eyes world.
Japanese King of Fruits: Crown Melon
During the Taisho Period, “Earl-Feboritto (Earl’s favourites)” cultivar was imported from the United Kingdom. In addition to this unique cultivar, the current Crown Melon was born by a long time trial and error of the predecessors. In the Shizuoka prefecture of the Enshu region, the cultivation of melons had spread rapidly to ride the wave of high economic growth.
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.