When vegetables are in short supply due to factors like typhoons and cold waves, bean sprouts serve as a pinch-hitter, filling the shelves. Nakano Farm Co., Ltd. engages in the large-scale production of these bean sprouts. According to the company president, "My child won't eat any bean sprouts except for our own." Their distinct features include tenderness and minimal bitterness. They are cultivated in closed greenhouses without a roof, where temperature and watering frequency are meticulously controlled. The complete exclusion of insects and foreign matter ensures peace of mind for consumers.