ShipmentLate March to mid-July
Kawachi bankan look like grapefruit on the outside, but they aren't very bitter. Instead, they have a faintly sweet, refreshing taste. Ehime Prefecture is Japan's largest producer of kawachi bankan, and they're sold under a different brand name in each region. They also contain lots of auraptene, which reports say can help you maintain your cognitive faculties.
Easiness to eat
- Easy to peel by hand.
- Segment skin
- Thick, and remains in the mouth. Please remove it beforehand.
Packed with these components!
Content (taken from the Standard Tables of Food Composition in Japan)
- Antioxidant effects that will help keep your skin healthy.
Kara / Natsumi
This citrus possesses a particularly special sweetness thanks to a long ripening period that reduces its acidity.
Outstanding in both flavor and aroma, this citrus is a parent to other new varieties.
An exemplary breed among citrus, this one goes by the common name "mikan."
Repeated selective breeding has created this citrus masterpiece, picking out only the very best qualities.