Delicious Hokkaido specials (agricultural products and fruits)

Delicious Hokkaido specials (agricultural products and fruits)[Thành phần vùng của 47 tỉnh]

Hokkaido agricultural products and major initiatives

Hokkaido

Hokkaido is a treasure trove of agricultural products. Hokkaido product exhibitions held in various parts of Japan have always been very popular, and have always attracted attention for “where there is delicious food”.

Major agricultural products in Hokkaido include fresh milk, potatoes, onions, and wheat, and of these four, the national market share is the highest.

Onion “Sapporo Huang”

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Characteristics of Sapporo Huang

At the Sapporo Village Folk Museum in Higashi-ku, Sapporo city, there is a stele that says: “Our growing onions starts here.” Onions were introduced to Hokkaido in 1871 (Meiji 4). It is said that varieties like “Yellow Globe Dunverse” were brought in from the United States, and that the name “Sapporo Huang” was born in 1906 (Meiji 39). In the “Dictionary of the Hokkaido Agricultural Experiment Station” published the same year, it was introduced that the “original species” Yellow Grove Dunverse “should adapt to the climate of the main road due to years of cultivation.”

However, in the second half of the 1970s, the number of crops was reduced significantly by being replaced by first generation hybrids, which were resistant to diseases and had high yield. Sapporo Huang has been called a ghost.

Production situation

The amount of Sapporo Huang can be harvested about 20% less than the first generation hybrids, but the flavor is said to retain its original, phosphorous leaves.

thick and soft, balancing sugar content and spiciness. I’m. It is an enthusiastic fan of restaurants and processors due to its outstanding sweetness when heated.

In 2012, “Sapporo Huang Fan Club” was founded mainly by restaurants, vegetable vendors and researchers. Sapporo Huang’s existence drew attention from the young farmers growing onions in Hokkaido, who were inspired by the activity, and it stood out again.

* Leaf rin is the thick leaves stacked like a scallop and is the part you usually eat.

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Features of “Densuke Suka”

Densuke Suka is made in Toma-cho, Kamikawa-gun is famous for its black leather and brittle texture. The flesh of the fruit is bright red. Transit time is from July to August mid-summer.

The origin of the name

Densuke has two meanings. One is the stage name of Toshimitsu Omiya, the now deceased comedian “Densuke” who is famous for his unique performance. Also, at that time, the rice field conversion started, and it was at that time that we were looking for alternatives to rice. It is said that it is “Tasuke” which means “helping the field” by growing watermelon in place of rice.

Production situation

Currently, indoor farming is increasing and there is a stable production system. Due to the high demand from the urban area, this is a specialty product of Hokkaido with great potential.

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Characteristics of “Northern flower”

The Chinai Nira “Kita no Hana” is made in Shiriuchi-cho, the Kamiiso-gun boasts the largest production in Hokkaido, and its name is known nationwide and highly regarded. Leaves are broad and thick, with a deep sweet taste. It was named “Kita no Hana” because it grew up in the snow of Hokkaido without losing the cold.

How to eat delicious northern flowers

In addition to being enjoyed in the same way as the regular Nira, such as Ohitashi, Gyoza, and egg wrap, “Nira Shabu” and “Oshiyaki with Nira” were developed as local ways of eating. It can be easily used for a variety of materials.

Production situation

The Chinai-cho Nira Production Association, which produces “Kita no Hana”, is developing its organizational activities based on “human harmony”. As a result of the thorough quality control by packing films every 100 grams to keep Nira fresh, starting in 1997, sales have increased steadily and by 2010, sales have exceeded more than 1 billion yen. Even now, we are working hard to expand the size of the entire town.

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Features of “Nikappu Peaman”

Shinkanmura, Niikappu-gun, is known as one of the top horse producing regions in Japan. Nikappu Peaman is grown on organic soil using horse manure composted from that area. It is characterized by a bright green color, tender flesh and less bitterness.

The origin of the name

Not limited to just chili, at Shinkanmura, we are trying to unify and brand the branded agricultural products produced in this village by putting “Niikappu” on top.

Processed products and souvenirs of Nikappu chili

The slightly unusual processed products such as “Nikappu Peaman Sheep” and “Nikappu Peaman Chips” sold only at hot spring establishments in town and at roadside stations, are ideal as souvenirs.

Production situation

Nikappu Peaman boasts the highest yields on all roads, and the acreage managed by new farmers and transitions is increasing year by year as the town’s main agricultural product. This is a special product that is highly appreciated by the market and has many potentialities.

* The content of each item is based on the contents at the time of this survey (September 2014-2015). Please understand it as a guide.

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Delicious Hokkaido specials (agricultural products and fruits)[Thành phần vùng của 47 tỉnh]

Hokkaido agricultural products and major initiatives

Hokkaido

Hokkaido is a treasure trove of agricultural products. Hokkaido product exhibitions held in various parts of Japan have always been very popular, and have always attracted attention for “where there is delicious food”.

Major agricultural products in Hokkaido include fresh milk, potatoes, onions, and wheat, and of these four, the national market share is the highest.

Onion “Sapporo Huang”

onion

Characteristics of Sapporo Huang

At the Sapporo Village Folk Museum in Higashi-ku, Sapporo city, there is a stele that says: “Our growing onions starts here.” Onions were introduced to Hokkaido in 1871 (Meiji 4). It is said that varieties like “Yellow Globe Dunverse” were brought in from the United States, and that the name “Sapporo Huang” was born in 1906 (Meiji 39). In the “Dictionary of the Hokkaido Agricultural Experiment Station” published the same year, it was introduced that the “original species” Yellow Grove Dunverse “should adapt to the climate of the main road due to years of cultivation.”

However, in the second half of the 1970s, the number of crops was reduced significantly by being replaced by first generation hybrids, which were resistant to diseases and had high yield. Sapporo Huang has been called a ghost.

Production situation

The amount of Sapporo Huang can be harvested about 20% less than the first generation hybrids, but the flavor is said to retain its original, phosphorous leaves.

thick and soft, balancing sugar content and spiciness. I’m. It is an enthusiastic fan of restaurants and processors due to its outstanding sweetness when heated.

In 2012, “Sapporo Huang Fan Club” was founded mainly by restaurants, vegetable vendors and researchers. Sapporo Huang’s existence drew attention from the young farmers growing onions in Hokkaido, who were inspired by the activity, and it stood out again.

* Leaf rin is the thick leaves stacked like a scallop and is the part you usually eat.

8402_hokkaidou_nousan5

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Features of “Densuke Suka”

Densuke Suka is made in Toma-cho, Kamikawa-gun is famous for its black leather and brittle texture. The flesh of the fruit is bright red. Transit time is from July to August mid-summer.

The origin of the name

Densuke has two meanings. One is the stage name of Toshimitsu Omiya, the now deceased comedian “Densuke” who is famous for his unique performance. Also, at that time, the rice field conversion started, and it was at that time that we were looking for alternatives to rice. It is said that it is “Tasuke” which means “helping the field” by growing watermelon in place of rice.

Production situation

Currently, indoor farming is increasing and there is a stable production system. Due to the high demand from the urban area, this is a specialty product of Hokkaido with great potential.

8402_hokkaidou_nousan4

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Characteristics of “Northern flower”

The Chinai Nira “Kita no Hana” is made in Shiriuchi-cho, the Kamiiso-gun boasts the largest production in Hokkaido, and its name is known nationwide and highly regarded. Leaves are broad and thick, with a deep sweet taste. It was named “Kita no Hana” because it grew up in the snow of Hokkaido without losing the cold.

How to eat delicious northern flowers

In addition to being enjoyed in the same way as the regular Nira, such as Ohitashi, Gyoza, and egg wrap, “Nira Shabu” and “Oshiyaki with Nira” were developed as local ways of eating. It can be easily used for a variety of materials.

Production situation

The Chinai-cho Nira Production Association, which produces “Kita no Hana”, is developing its organizational activities based on “human harmony”. As a result of the thorough quality control by packing films every 100 grams to keep Nira fresh, starting in 1997, sales have increased steadily and by 2010, sales have exceeded more than 1 billion yen. Even now, we are working hard to expand the size of the entire town.

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Features of “Nikappu Peaman”

Shinkanmura, Niikappu-gun, is known as one of the top horse producing regions in Japan. Nikappu Peaman is grown on organic soil using horse manure composted from that area. It is characterized by a bright green color, tender flesh and less bitterness.

The origin of the name

Not limited to just chili, at Shinkanmura, we are trying to unify and brand the branded agricultural products produced in this village by putting “Niikappu” on top.

Processed products and souvenirs of Nikappu chili

The slightly unusual processed products such as “Nikappu Peaman Sheep” and “Nikappu Peaman Chips” sold only at hot spring establishments in town and at roadside stations, are ideal as souvenirs.

Production situation

Nikappu Peaman boasts the highest yields on all roads, and the acreage managed by new farmers and transitions is increasing year by year as the town’s main agricultural product. This is a special product that is highly appreciated by the market and has many potentialities.

* The content of each item is based on the contents at the time of this survey (September 2014-2015). Please understand it as a guide.