Miura’s Daikon and peanuts too! “Kanagawa brand” proud of Kanagawa prefecture and special products

Miura's Daikon and peanuts too!

“Kanagawa brand” and the prefectural effort

The Kanagawa brand is a system established to maintain the superiority of products made in Kanagawa Prefecture. Detailed requirements must be met for registration, and as of April 2016, 90 products of 57 items from multiple sectors such as vegetables, beans, rice, fruit, livestock products and seafood registered. ..

The province also provides distribution, sales and PR support for Kanagawa-registered products as needed, and is taking initiatives to raise awareness of the people in the province, increase consumption and create more productive sectors. There is also a registration system for the “Kanagawa Brand Support Store”, which is a store that actively handles prefectural products such as the Kanagawa brand. Here, let’s take a look at the typical products of Kanagawa Prefecture.

Miura no Daikon

Kanagawa Prefecture

“Miura no Daikon” is produced in Miura City and Yokosuka City. It is a registered product of Kanagawa trademark. It is grown mainly with organic fertilizers in the Miura Peninsula and the city of Yokosuka, where there is a soil type suitable for growing daikon even in winter.

Previously, the white-collar “Miura Daikon” was the mainstream, but by the late 1950s the transition to green-necked radish had progressed, and now the upper part of the small to medium-sized tuber is pale green. I’m.

Miura Daikon is characterized by a strong spicy and sweetness, and a high water content. It can be widely used from raw foods to boiled foods. It is also sold as processed products such as shredded dried daikon and split dried daikon.

Grape

There are “Isehara grapes” produced in Isehara city and “Atsugi grapes” produced in Atsugi city, both of which are registered under the Kanagawa brand name.

Grapes in Kanagawa Prefecture are characterized by a high sugar content and freshness. We also produce large red grapes, which are said to be difficult to obtain due to the difficulty in maintaining freshness.

Major cultivated varieties include “Kyoho”, “Deraware”, “Fujiminori” and “Red Izu.” It is harvested from late July to late September.

Udepee (peanuts)

Kanagawa Prefecture

A peanut produced in the city of Hatano. The cultivation of peanuts in Japan is said to have started in Oiso Town, Kanagawa Prefecture. In addition, the Hatano basin has a variety of soils suitable for growing peanuts, and Hatano’s peanuts have a unique flavor that has been repeatedly improved and favored by many for their traditional flavor. It is a registered product of Kanagawa trademark.

Ashigara beef

Ashigara beef is produced in Oi-cho, Yamakita-cho, Nakai-cho, Hatano-cho and Odawara-shi, Ashigara-gun. Nourished in a rich natural environment, it is a registered product of the Kanagawa trademark.
Especially during the first half of the growing process, the powder of “Ashigara tea” is provided, and it is characterized by healthy cultivation. You can eat a variety of meat dishes like steak, shabushabu, sukiyaki and barbecue.

Shonan Shirasu

Kanagawa Prefecture

Shonan Shirasu fishes in the coastal area of ​​Sagami Bay (Nagai, Yokosuka City-Oiso Town, Naka-gun). Raw Shonan shirasu has been selected as one of the 100 new Kanagawa specialties. It is a valuable item that can only be enjoyed on the day of harvest.

Also, “Dried Shirasu”, made by boiling shirasu from Sagami Bay on the same day and drying in the sun, is a natural food that only has salt as an additive.
Shonan Shirasu is still delicious even if you eat it as a side dish. It goes well with the radish. It is also sold as processed products such as dried silas, tatami sardines, and fried silas.

From 11 March to 31 December harvest, but if you look at the production situation, the production will have a lot of variation due to natural resources.

Wakame

Wakame is produced in Yokosuka, Miura and Kamakura are registered under the Kanagawa brand name. Wakame around the Miura peninsula has thin and soft leaves. It is also characterized by its rich flavor.

In particular, the raw wakame, which can be obtained at the seafood cooperatives’ direct sales offices, has a rich and distinctive coastal flavor and is suitable for use in shabu-shabu and sashimi . It is also sold as processed products like dry wakame, salt wakame and hot water wakame.

So far, we have looked at the main products of Kanagawa prefecture. Kanagawa prefecture has a well-developed natural environment and is famous for products from many different fields.
The high quality of the Kanagawa brand is also attracting attention, so if you’re interested, why not check out its dealers and its website.

* 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.


Miura's Daikon and peanuts too!

“Kanagawa brand” and the prefectural effort

The Kanagawa brand is a system established to maintain the superiority of products made in Kanagawa Prefecture. Detailed requirements must be met for registration, and as of April 2016, 90 products of 57 items from multiple sectors such as vegetables, beans, rice, fruit, livestock products and seafood registered. ..

The province also provides distribution, sales and PR support for Kanagawa-registered products as needed, and is taking initiatives to raise awareness of the people in the province, increase consumption and create more productive sectors. There is also a registration system for the “Kanagawa Brand Support Store”, which is a store that actively handles prefectural products such as the Kanagawa brand. Here, let’s take a look at the typical products of Kanagawa Prefecture.

Miura no Daikon

Kanagawa Prefecture

“Miura no Daikon” is produced in Miura City and Yokosuka City. It is a registered product of Kanagawa trademark. It is grown mainly with organic fertilizers in the Miura Peninsula and the city of Yokosuka, where there is a soil type suitable for growing daikon even in winter.

Previously, the white-collar “Miura Daikon” was the mainstream, but by the late 1950s the transition to green-necked radish had progressed, and now the upper part of the small to medium-sized tuber is pale green. I’m.

Miura Daikon is characterized by a strong spicy and sweetness, and a high water content. It can be widely used from raw foods to boiled foods. It is also sold as processed products such as shredded dried daikon and split dried daikon.

Grape

There are “Isehara grapes” produced in Isehara city and “Atsugi grapes” produced in Atsugi city, both of which are registered under the Kanagawa brand name.

Grapes in Kanagawa Prefecture are characterized by a high sugar content and freshness. We also produce large red grapes, which are said to be difficult to obtain due to the difficulty in maintaining freshness.

Major cultivated varieties include “Kyoho”, “Deraware”, “Fujiminori” and “Red Izu.” It is harvested from late July to late September.

Udepee (peanuts)

Kanagawa Prefecture

A peanut produced in the city of Hatano. The cultivation of peanuts in Japan is said to have started in Oiso Town, Kanagawa Prefecture. In addition, the Hatano basin has a variety of soils suitable for growing peanuts, and Hatano’s peanuts have a unique flavor that has been repeatedly improved and favored by many for their traditional flavor. It is a registered product of Kanagawa trademark.

Ashigara beef

Ashigara beef is produced in Oi-cho, Yamakita-cho, Nakai-cho, Hatano-cho and Odawara-shi, Ashigara-gun. Nourished in a rich natural environment, it is a registered product of the Kanagawa trademark.
Especially during the first half of the growing process, the powder of “Ashigara tea” is provided, and it is characterized by healthy cultivation. You can eat a variety of meat dishes like steak, shabushabu, sukiyaki and barbecue.

Shonan Shirasu

Kanagawa Prefecture

Shonan Shirasu fishes in the coastal area of ​​Sagami Bay (Nagai, Yokosuka City-Oiso Town, Naka-gun). Raw Shonan shirasu has been selected as one of the 100 new Kanagawa specialties. It is a valuable item that can only be enjoyed on the day of harvest.

Also, “Dried Shirasu”, made by boiling shirasu from Sagami Bay on the same day and drying in the sun, is a natural food that only has salt as an additive.
Shonan Shirasu is still delicious even if you eat it as a side dish. It goes well with the radish. It is also sold as processed products such as dried silas, tatami sardines, and fried silas.

From 11 March to 31 December harvest, but if you look at the production situation, the production will have a lot of variation due to natural resources.

Wakame

Wakame is produced in Yokosuka, Miura and Kamakura are registered under the Kanagawa brand name. Wakame around the Miura peninsula has thin and soft leaves. It is also characterized by its rich flavor.

In particular, the raw wakame, which can be obtained at the seafood cooperatives’ direct sales offices, has a rich and distinctive coastal flavor and is suitable for use in shabu-shabu and sashimi . It is also sold as processed products like dry wakame, salt wakame and hot water wakame.

So far, we have looked at the main products of Kanagawa prefecture. Kanagawa prefecture has a well-developed natural environment and is famous for products from many different fields.
The high quality of the Kanagawa brand is also attracting attention, so if you’re interested, why not check out its dealers and its website.

* 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.