• 清見(きよみ)
  • 清見(きよみ)
  • 清見(きよみ)
  • 清見(きよみ)

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.)