"Mishima Potatoes" created by tradition and history
The Mishima potatoes, grown using careful farming methods passed down from generation to generation, are a gem "known by those in the know...
"Mishima Sweet Potato", the best in Japan
It has been said that the price of sweet potatoes in Japan is determined by Mishima, and the quality of Mishima sweet potatoes has been high for a long time...
Mishima Daikon, a winter delicacy
Mishima Daikon” grown with a view of Mt. It is one of the traditional vegetables representing the western foothills of Hakone. Daikon has long been cultivated in Mishima, and around the early Showa period (1926-1989), Gentaro Hirai made Mishima’s...
Mishima ginseng, the pride of Seiroku, is “outstandingly sweet.
Eco-cultivated agricultural product certification. Mishima Ginseng Mishima ginseng is one of only a few certified eco-friendly agricultural products in the prefecture. This means that the use of chemical pesticides and fertilizers has been reduced by more than 30% compared...
the king of winter vegetables
Even sweetness is felt. Mitsuya Hakusai The Mitsutani area at the western foot of Hakone has a long history of Chinese cabbage cultivation, and production of Mitsutani Hakusai began about 50 years ago. Mitsutani Hakusai is characterized by its...
crisp and tidy representative
Young Pickled Lettuce
Representative of crunchy vegetables The taste of lettuce is determined by “soil preparation. Mishima lettuce has a reputation for its good texture. It is a lovely lady of the field for all the hard work that goes into this...
Actually, “winter is the season.” Since cauliflower can be eaten all year round, you may not be aware of its season, but it is actually a vegetable that comes into season from fall to winter. Cauliflower grown in the...