4 Must-try Japanese Grapes
Sweet and tasty Japanese grapes are an excellent post-dinner treat. Japanese grapes are in season, and the city'super buying team has carefully selected 4 must-try Japanese grapes to make your summer a sweet and refreshing one.
Japan Fukuoka Kato Farm Grape Kyoho Pack
Kato Farm is located in Fukuoka prefecture. Kyoho grapes are large with dark purple skin, and delicate, sweet, juicy flesh. They also have a rich wine aroma with a hint of candy.
Japan Okayama Shine Muscat Grape
The Okayama Shine Muscat Grapes are ranked at the top among the Muscat family of grapes. The “one brand one bunch” method is used in order to maximise nutrients absorbed by the fruit. The sweetness level must reach 18 or more and without any sourness. The skin is crispy and thin, so you can enjoy the fruit with skin on. The grapes are seedless, firm, crunchy and very juicy.
Japan Oita Izumi Farm Shine Muscat Grape
Izumi Farm is located in Northern Kyushu. The grapes are cultivated in sandy loam with excellent drainage – perfect for growing high quality fruits with high sugar content. Shine Muscats are large, seedless, oval-shaped with yellowish green skin that can be eaten. The flesh has a musky scent and crunchy texture with a sugar level of at least 17.
Japan Oita Dream Farmers Shine Muscat Grape
Dream Farmers is located in Ajimu City in Oita prefecture. The farm has “agricultural innovation through the power of farmers” as their philosophy. The two founders have understood grape cultivation techniques since a young age, and all members of the farm are certified pesticide experts so their cultivation process is completely safe. To give customers the best-tasting grapes, they wait for the grapes to completely ripen before harvesting, giving the fruits a hint of golden colour.