ShipmentEarly March to late May
Citrus with a notably orange-like aroma and juicy flesh. Kiyomi were the first tangor to be grown in Japan, and are sometimes known as "kiyomi tangor." ("Tangor" is a portmanteau of "tangerine" and "orange.")
Easiness to eat
- Can be peeled by hand, but it can be a little difficult to do (because the flesh is soft).
- Segment skin
- Thin, and people generally don't mind eating it at all.
- No. (There might be a few, but it's rare.)
This juicy, large citrus' flesh is characterized by its fresh aroma, sweetness, and moderately sour flavor.
Kanpei / Ehime Queen Splash
With its thin inner skin, this citrus is chock-full of flesh! It's an original product from Ehime Prefecture.
Repeated selective breeding has created this citrus masterpiece, picking out only the very best qualities.
Also known as the "Japanese grapefruit," this citrus has a notably crisp sweetness.