Full of charm of the sea and rich mountains! Specialties of Shizuoka Prefecture

Full of charm of the sea and rich mountains! Specialties of Shizuoka Prefecture[Nguyên liệu vùng từ 47 tỉnh]

What is the goal of Shizuoka Prefecture to develop a wide range of products?

Shizuoka Prefecture

Shizuoka Prefecture is characterized by its coastal terrain and the difference in elevation between the north and south of the prefecture. With such advantages in terms of topography and climate, we have a long history of forming a production center rich in raw materials.
Shizuoka tea is the most famous specialty, but let’s not forget that it has a high proportion of fruits nationwide such as oranges and strawberries.

Of course, including seafood, it can be said that the environment produces enough food. What approaches are being taken towards food in Shizuoka Prefecture?

We have set up a certification system called “Shizuoka Food Selection” to develop ingredients that we can be proud of at home and abroad. The certification examines five items: point of sale, safety, sales and distribution strategy, quality and consumer reviews, and the province’s external evaluation committee decides whether to get certified.

In other words, manufacturers will be aware of marketing and production safety, and need to work in the production process based on sales volume, sales and consumer reviews as follows. on delivery.

Food selection in Shizuoka is not only evaluated in terms of ingredients relevant to Shizuoka prefecture but also in topical terms, so it is required to be able to disseminate information relevant to the era.
Now, let’s examine what types of ingredients have attracted attention in recent years.

To create the next generation of standard tomatoes, the high sugar tomato “Amera”

Amera, with a fruity sweet taste, is a tomato with a high sugar content. This is a promising specialty product, which is expected to increase production year by year due to its suitability to the geographic and climatic conditions of Shizuoka Prefecture, where the climate is warm and advanced farming techniques. of the producer.

By planting less watering (* 1), tomatoes ripen with twice the amount of sugar compared to regular tomatoes. The origin of the name is Shizuoka Ben, which means “sweet”. Sweet tomatoes are attracting the attention of chefs and consumers.

The results of the hydroponic growing method (* 2) researched and developed by Shizuoka Prefectural Agriculture and Forestry Technology Research Institute and manufacturers are also excellent. Shipments are still on the rise. For processed products, raw chocolate using Amera is sold. Amera can also receive delivery to take place nationwide. Going forward, we are moving towards extensive distribution and sales.

* 1 Watering After sowing or planting, or during the growing season, water the fields and soil to replenish the required amount of water for plants.* 2 Hydroponic farming A method that does not use soil as a substrate where the nutrient water needed for the crop is provided in the form of a liquid fertilizer (culture solution) in which the fertilizer is dissolved in the water for planting. cultivation.

Qingdao Mikan, the head office of Shizuoka Mikan province

Qingdao Mikan

Qingdao oranges harvested across the province have a good balance of sugar and acidity, and both have a high value. The main season is from mid-December to March, however this season will be a little longer due to improved production technology.

It is usually eaten raw, but there are many variations of processed products. It is also used in juices and jellies, so it is used as a souvenir.

Shizuoka brand pig “Fuji no Kuni” is bred by a farmer limited

Fuji no Kuni

Shizuoka Prefecture may have a stronger image of marine products than livestock products, but the livestock industry is known for its good quality beef and pork.

Fujinoku is bred in five regions in the prefecture, and has been refined and produced based on “Fuji York” and “Fuji Rock”. The meat has a smooth texture and is smooth. Suitable for tonkatsu, kebabs, simmering dishes, etc.

Developed by the Shizuoka Prefectural Small and Medium Livestock Research Center, this is a hidden specialty with the goal of becoming a national ward as a unique pig brand in Shizuoka Prefecture.

Sakura Shrimp in Suruga Bay, where you can enjoy how you eat it

Sakura Shrimp from Suruga Bay

Sakura shrimp landing at Yui fishing port in Shimizu ward, Shizuoka city and Oigawa port in Yatsu city are valuable shrimp that can only be caught in Suruga Bay and southern Taiwan. This is a small shrimp with a body length of 4 cm or less, and is often processed into fried, unglazed or boiled dishes in the vicinity.

Fresh food can be eaten raw, and should be served with wasabi soy sauce. The quantity of produce shipped to other provinces quickly freezes, and despite the twice a year fishing season, it’s a specialty that can be bought nationwide and enjoyed.

The normal fishing season is from the end of March to the beginning of June and from the end of October to the end of December. We maintain a stable catch volume of about 2000 tons per year through careful resource management towards future and environmentally friendly fishing.

Shizuoka tea, the king of Shizuoka’s specialty products

Shizuoka tea

Shizuoka tea, which can be said to be synonymous with Shizuoka prefecture, is grown throughout the prefecture. So, Motoyama tea, Shimada tea, Fujieda tea, … are grown in each area of ​​the prefecture collectively known as Shizuoka tea.

As the number of varieties and production methods increases, so does the number of special-brand teas. It’s basically drinkable, but there are also plenty of processed products like tea dyed clothing, soba tea, and tea to eat.
Aging of producers using original farming methods has become an issue, but yields are tending to stabilize due to the proliferation of new farming methods.

Shizuoka prefecture, which has a treasure trove of specialty foods from the sea and land, has some problems like the aging of producers, but the positive attitude of the producers seems to be the secret to helping them achieve be highly efficient.
There are many specialty products that cannot be fully introduced, so why not take a trip to Shizuoka Prefecture, where there is a convenient passage from east to west.

* 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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Full of charm of the sea and rich mountains! Specialties of Shizuoka Prefecture[Nguyên liệu vùng từ 47 tỉnh]

What is the goal of Shizuoka Prefecture to develop a wide range of products?

Shizuoka Prefecture

Shizuoka Prefecture is characterized by its coastal terrain and the difference in elevation between the north and south of the prefecture. With such advantages in terms of topography and climate, we have a long history of forming a production center rich in raw materials.
Shizuoka tea is the most famous specialty, but let’s not forget that it has a high proportion of fruits nationwide such as oranges and strawberries.

Of course, including seafood, it can be said that the environment produces enough food. What approaches are being taken towards food in Shizuoka Prefecture?

We have set up a certification system called “Shizuoka Food Selection” to develop ingredients that we can be proud of at home and abroad. The certification examines five items: point of sale, safety, sales and distribution strategy, quality and consumer reviews, and the province’s external evaluation committee decides whether to get certified.

In other words, manufacturers will be aware of marketing and production safety, and need to work in the production process based on sales volume, sales and consumer reviews as follows. on delivery.

Food selection in Shizuoka is not only evaluated in terms of ingredients relevant to Shizuoka prefecture but also in topical terms, so it is required to be able to disseminate information relevant to the era.
Now, let’s examine what types of ingredients have attracted attention in recent years.

To create the next generation of standard tomatoes, the high sugar tomato “Amera”

Amera, with a fruity sweet taste, is a tomato with a high sugar content. This is a promising specialty product, which is expected to increase production year by year due to its suitability to the geographic and climatic conditions of Shizuoka Prefecture, where the climate is warm and advanced farming techniques. of the producer.

By planting less watering (* 1), tomatoes ripen with twice the amount of sugar compared to regular tomatoes. The origin of the name is Shizuoka Ben, which means “sweet”. Sweet tomatoes are attracting the attention of chefs and consumers.

The results of the hydroponic growing method (* 2) researched and developed by Shizuoka Prefectural Agriculture and Forestry Technology Research Institute and manufacturers are also excellent. Shipments are still on the rise. For processed products, raw chocolate using Amera is sold. Amera can also receive delivery to take place nationwide. Going forward, we are moving towards extensive distribution and sales.

* 1 Watering After sowing or planting, or during the growing season, water the fields and soil to replenish the required amount of water for plants.* 2 Hydroponic farming A method that does not use soil as a substrate where the nutrient water needed for the crop is provided in the form of a liquid fertilizer (culture solution) in which the fertilizer is dissolved in the water for planting. cultivation.

Qingdao Mikan, the head office of Shizuoka Mikan province

Qingdao Mikan

Qingdao oranges harvested across the province have a good balance of sugar and acidity, and both have a high value. The main season is from mid-December to March, however this season will be a little longer due to improved production technology.

It is usually eaten raw, but there are many variations of processed products. It is also used in juices and jellies, so it is used as a souvenir.

Shizuoka brand pig “Fuji no Kuni” is bred by a farmer limited

Fuji no Kuni

Shizuoka Prefecture may have a stronger image of marine products than livestock products, but the livestock industry is known for its good quality beef and pork.

Fujinoku is bred in five regions in the prefecture, and has been refined and produced based on “Fuji York” and “Fuji Rock”. The meat has a smooth texture and is smooth. Suitable for tonkatsu, kebabs, simmering dishes, etc.

Developed by the Shizuoka Prefectural Small and Medium Livestock Research Center, this is a hidden specialty with the goal of becoming a national ward as a unique pig brand in Shizuoka Prefecture.

Sakura Shrimp in Suruga Bay, where you can enjoy how you eat it

Sakura Shrimp from Suruga Bay

Sakura shrimp landing at Yui fishing port in Shimizu ward, Shizuoka city and Oigawa port in Yatsu city are valuable shrimp that can only be caught in Suruga Bay and southern Taiwan. This is a small shrimp with a body length of 4 cm or less, and is often processed into fried, unglazed or boiled dishes in the vicinity.

Fresh food can be eaten raw, and should be served with wasabi soy sauce. The quantity of produce shipped to other provinces quickly freezes, and despite the twice a year fishing season, it’s a specialty that can be bought nationwide and enjoyed.

The normal fishing season is from the end of March to the beginning of June and from the end of October to the end of December. We maintain a stable catch volume of about 2000 tons per year through careful resource management towards future and environmentally friendly fishing.

Shizuoka tea, the king of Shizuoka’s specialty products

Shizuoka tea

Shizuoka tea, which can be said to be synonymous with Shizuoka prefecture, is grown throughout the prefecture. So, Motoyama tea, Shimada tea, Fujieda tea, … are grown in each area of ​​the prefecture collectively known as Shizuoka tea.

As the number of varieties and production methods increases, so does the number of special-brand teas. It’s basically drinkable, but there are also plenty of processed products like tea dyed clothing, soba tea, and tea to eat.
Aging of producers using original farming methods has become an issue, but yields are tending to stabilize due to the proliferation of new farming methods.

Shizuoka prefecture, which has a treasure trove of specialty foods from the sea and land, has some problems like the aging of producers, but the positive attitude of the producers seems to be the secret to helping them achieve be highly efficient.
There are many specialty products that cannot be fully introduced, so why not take a trip to Shizuoka Prefecture, where there is a convenient passage from east to west.

* 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.

references: