''Tochiotome''. fruit that represents Japanese winter.
''Tochiotome,''produced in Tochigi prefecture, is very popular with everyone from children to elderly people.
One bite of sweet and juicy “Tochiotome” makes you very happy.
It is tasty as a dessert by itself, and is also delicious when used for a cake, topping for a parfait, or mixed with vanilla ice cream.
Large size, and delicious as-is.It’s hearty volume makes it a great gift.
Perfect size for a cake or parfait topping. Of course, it is also delicious as-is.
Tochiotome Japan's best
Tochigi prefecture has been No. 1 in
Japan for strawberry production volume
for 43 consecutive years.
Tochigi produces 16% of all
strawberries produced in the country.
Strawberries are sweeter in the tip area than the stem side.
Therefore, sweetness is emphasized by eating them from the stem side and working toward the tip to make them even more delicious.
Tochiotome production process
Cultivate strong seedlings.
Settle carefully grown seedlings in the plastic greenhouse.
Honey bees fly among flowers in bloom to pollinate them.
Reddened strawberries will be
picked early in the morning.