ShipmentMid-June to late February
Unshu mikan are the citrus that are grown the most in Ehime Prefecture. Including greenhouse mikan, they're shipped almost all year round, and both the peel and the segment skins are thin, making them particularly easy to eat.They also contain lots of the functional component β-cryptoxanthin.
Easiness to eat
- Easy to peel by hand.
- Segment skin
- Thin, and people generally don't mind eating it at all.
- No. (There might be a few, but it's rare.)
Packed with these components!
Content (taken from the Standard Tables of Food Composition in Japan)
- Keeps bones healthy.
With the sweetness of a mikan and the aroma of an orange, this citrus is the best of both worlds.
This juicy, large citrus' flesh is characterized by its fresh aroma, sweetness, and moderately sour flavor.
Repeated selective breeding has created this citrus masterpiece, picking out only the very best qualities.
Ehime Kashi No. 28 (Beni Madonna)
This citrus has soft flesh and is bursting with fruit juice! It's an original product from Ehime Prefecture.