13 Jun2018

Japanese Summer Fruits

Its summer time in Japan right now, that means it the time several types of fruit to be harvest and ripe right now. Among them are grapes, we take pleasure to bring these fruits directly from Japan via air freight to our customer here in Malaysia.

The Land of Large Grape
Japanese grapes are a little bit different from their Western counterparts, Japanese grape usually larger than western grape, sweet, and more attractive. The most noticeable is that the skin of Japanese grapes are usually quite thick, and most grapes are therefore peeled before being eaten.

One of the most popular Japanese varieties of grapes is the dark purple Kyoho grape, which is particularly large, glossy, juicy, and dark purple in color. Kyoho can grow as large as a small plum. They have a thick skin that's easily separated from the flesh of the grape. The skin and seeds are edible but bitter. They are usually removed before eating. The flesh of Kyoho is sweet with mild acidity. Kyoho grape is cholesterol-free, low in fat and sodium and it offers some Vitamin C, Potassium, Thiamine and Dietary Fiber.


We also brought together the Pione Grapes, Hailing from Okayama, the largest producer of grapes in Japan, Pione Grape - referred to as Black Pearls, is rich in grape flavor and sugar content. A graceful scent of wine may also be savored when enjoying delicately.

For green/white grapes we have over the Shine Muscat, Shine Muscat is famous for its sweetness, also having large berries, seedless and good storage life. These large yellow-green berries are crispy, juicy and they have a musky flavor to it. The grapes can be eaten with the skin on, every bite is crunchy and the juice simply bursts into your mouth. Shine Muscat is a great source of Vitamin C,  K, B6 and it also provides you with magnesium, iron, and potassium.

We also eager to introduce to you  Queen Nina grapes, The Queen Nina variety was only registered in 2011, it is a cross between "Akitsu No. 20” & "Aki Queen”. These red grapes have large berries with high sugar level and low acidity. The flesh is tender, the texture is a bit like jelly and it’s very juicy to eat. These beautiful seedless grapes have long shelf-life and a beautiful translucent red skin. The berry has a mild foxy flavor, easily breakable, firm, and juicy flesh. A sweet, rich fragrance spreads through the mouth while the juiciness makes you want to slowly savor every grape.

A Passion for Peaches and Melons.

While nurturing peaches, Japanese farmers have strict requirements for farming procedures. Peaches are initially grown in greenhouses, where their delicate fruits are carefully wrapped and their growing conditions are precisely monitored to preserve their natural qualities. When the weather becomes warmer, they are ready to be harvested. To ensure that every peach arrives safely at Malaysia, each one is wrapped in a sponge layer in order to protect its delicate skin and prevent collision during delivery. For all these reasons, perfectly juicy and sweet peach results from the collective effort of several different parties.

Both peaches and melons are summer's most famous fruits. Yet each one boasts its own distinguished sweetness. If melons are gentlemen, Japanese peaches are naturally ladies. Well-known for their lovely and refined appearance, elegant temperament, as well as their waterborne "heart", Japanese peaches are only in season from June to August. They are most certainly the peach farmers' masterpieces. Their pink skin immediately catches the eye, while the sweet scent of their smooth and tender white flesh gradually penetrates the delicate exterior of the ripe fruit. This sweetness is yet another heaven-sent offering. With just a small bite, the peach's rich juice glides down your throat and quenches your thirst.

Melons are the prototypical luxury fruit in Japan and can be sold for over 10,000 yen per piece. Nonetheless, moderately priced melons are more common. A wide variety of melons is available in Japan, including green fleshed melons like muskmelons, orange-fleshed melons like cantaloupes

There is a stereotype that fruits in Japan are outrageously expensive. The stereotype is wrong in that regular fruits in regular supermarkets are generally reasonably priced like elsewhere in the world.

You can contact us to get these fruits while it last.

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