|Unshu Mikan (Mandarin Orange)
In approximately 1963, the Kami no Taishi Kanko Mikanen (Kami no Taishi Tourist Orange Orchard) emerged from the reclamation of pine forests. The well-draining soil, abundant in stones, posed initial challenges like the necessity for frequent watering. Over time, the trees have developed strong roots, reaching beneath the stones, enabling the steady growth of sweet and large mandarin oranges. Unlike many orchards situated along the coast, our unique mountain-derived soil provides rich nutrients, contributing to mandarin oranges that stand out in terms of sweetness, acidity, and flavor.