[28-29th June Delivery] Yamakita Mikan Gift Box 2.5kg

Sale price$124.80


This item will be airflown and arrived in Singapore on 28th June. Due to limited sales, Order & Select the closest date to enjoy the freshness!


  1. Delivery is on 28th - 29th June
  2. Delivery date is subject to change depending on harvest conditions.

Product Details:

  • Origin: Kochi, Japan
  • Content: Oranges (approximately 2.5kg)
  • Ingredients: -


The "Yamakita Mikan," a premium mandarin variety from Kochi, Japan, is renowned for its exceptional quality and taste. Carefully cultivated with attention to soil, water, and temperature, these mandarins offer a perfect balance of sweetness and acidity, providing a rich and refreshing flavor.

  • Yamakita's mandarin hill is well exposed to the southern sun, allowing the flesh to grown juicy and sweet.
  • Adapting "On-Tree Maturing": Instead of harvesting and maturing in cold storage for ripening, Yamakita Mikan are not harvested until the last minute before shipping. Ripening on tree is what makes it so sweet.

Preserve method

To preserve the quality of the product, avoid direct sunlight / places with high heat and humidity.

Health Benefits

  • Citric Acid: Helps with fatigue recovery, improves blood circulation, and alleviates constipation.
  • Vitamin C: Prevents colds, slows down aging, and is beneficial for skin health.
  • Pectin: Promotes cholesterol breakdown and prevents arteriosclerosis.
  • Other Nutrients:
    • Dietary Fiber: Gentle on the intestines.
    • Potassium: Effective in preventing high blood pressure and liver disease.
    • Vitamin P: Strengthens capillaries in synergy with Vitamin C.

Producer Insights

  • Commitment to Quality: Continuous effort to improve quality each year. Management tailored to varying weather conditions annually.
  • Production Area: Yamamoto’s land features calcareous soil, allowing for controlled fertilization. Good drainage facilitates water management, producing sweet and moderately acidic mandarins.
  • Harvest Challenges: The most challenging part is the harvest season due to high temperatures in the greenhouse during summer. Despite the physical demands, the goal is to meet consumer expectations for delicious mandarins.

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