[Mandarin] MIKAN

Mandarin is also famous in Teshima. The area on the south side of the island is covered with large Mandarin vineyards. Setouchi, which has a warm climate, is famous for producing Mandarin. Mandarin in Japan has a thinner outer skin than oranges, so you can eat it as it is by peeling the outer skin. It is not as sweet as orange, but it is well-balanced with sourness. Mandarin oranges are in season from December to February.

Supplier→ Yamamoto Mandarin Farm 山本みかん