Not just peanuts and Biwa Boso! Chiba prefecture with lots of vegetables and fish

Not just peanuts and Biwa Boso! Chiba prefecture with lots of vegetables and fish[Thành phần vùng của 47 tỉnh]

Rich in agriculture and seafood

Chiba Prefecture boasts the highest yields of peanuts, spinach, daikon, edamame beans and Japanese pears in Japan. In addition to agricultural products such as fruits and vegetables, there are also abundant marine resources such as fish and marine products. In Chiba prefecture, we have begun our efforts to certify the excellent processed marine and marine products in the prefecture as “Chiba Branded Marine Products”, the sea carries the flavor of the sun and to promote them on nationwide.

peanut

Characteristic

It is produced throughout the province and contains well-balanced nutrients such as protein, lipids, vitamin B2 and vitamin E. It is processed into unglazed peanuts, roasted peanuts, boiled peanuts, crushed peanuts, butter peanuts, etc.

Production status and future potential

It is an important core crop of Chiba’s shifting cultivation and accounts for more than 70% of the national market share. We are working to expand new demand and plant new varieties, and we have high expectations for the future. In 2013, 12,700 tons were produced.

Edamame

Characteristic

The main production areas are Higashi Katsushika, Inba and Chiba, and for long-term shipments that focus on freshness, we deliver by combining varieties and using facility from May to May. 8. It is used for snacks, bean curd, edible tofu, kakiage, soup, etc.

Production status and future potential

It is a very popular crop among consumers. Since freshness management is so important, we are making various efforts such as improving distribution and introducing fall varieties. In 2012, 7,830 tons were produced.

Spinach

Spinach

Characteristic

Produced mainly in the Higashi Katsushika and Chiba regions, consumers love it for being fresh, delicious, safe and secure. It is used for cooking such as rice cakes, fried butter, pancakes and eggs.

Production status and future potential

Although year-round shipments have been established, yields are exceptionally high from autumn to spring, and it is believed to be in season. In 2012, 35,900 tons were produced.

Seaweed

Food

Characteristic

Edo-mae seaweed produced in Tokyo Bay is fragrant and delicious. Seaweed is a food that is very rich in vitamins and minerals such as calcium, phosphorus and iron. Raw seaweed is mixed with vinegar, and roasted seaweed is eaten as rolls, onigiri and fried Isobe. Processed products such as boiled soy sauce and seasoned seaweed are also produced.

Production status and future potential

Production tends to decrease slightly in recent years. Number produced in 2012 was about 322,296 units.

Boshu Biwa

Biwa

Characteristic

The main production areas are Tomiura Town / Toyama Town, Minami Boso City, Tateyama City and Saonan Town, Abo Prefecture. A representative fruit of early summer, it has an elegant and refreshing sweet taste and is rich in vitamin A. In addition to being a raw food, the leaves are also used to make tea and the seeds are soaked in shochu and used as sake. . More than 30 types of processed products such as jam, cream, canned food, biwa tea, soap and shampoo are also produced.

Production status and future potential

Biwa is a specialty fruit tree of Chiba Prefecture, and we are working hard to develop high quality and high yield gardens as well as to nurture the regulators. In 2012 harvested 541 tons.

Chiba rice “Fusaotome”

Characteristic

This variety was developed by the Chiba Prefectural Agricultural Research Center and launched in 1998. Chiba is the main production area for early rice, and it is an early ripening variety that can be harvested from mid-August. , glossy and greasy.

The origin of the name

The white, plump and glossy dish is named to be reminiscent of the girlhood.

Production status and future potential

Expectations are high for a stellar range of early ripening species, and more than 10,000 hectares are expected to be planted.

watermelon

watermelon

Characteristic

The main production areas are Tomioka City and Hachigai City, and in addition to large glossy watermelon in general, small shade watermelon is also grown. As processed products, watermelon jelly using juice and pickles using skin are also produced.

Production status and future potential

With an area of ​​200 hectares planted in Tomisato City and 130 hectares in Yachigai City, it is the second largest watermelon production region in Japan. We will continue to focus on quality and towards tillage-based farming. In 2012, it produced 43,500 tons.

Suzuki

Characteristic

In bait-fishing, it is a target fish for which the most popular is the sea bass. Fat tends to accumulate in white fish, and the big summer Suzuki is fat.

Production status and future potential

The catch has been steady on shore in recent years and it boasts the highest catches in Japan. Mining production in 2012 was 2,158 tons.

Katsuo

Katsuo

Characteristic

The main production area is the Choshi and Sotobo area. Spring and autumn are two seasons, but there are differences depending on the season, having a cool, less fatty taste in spring and a rich, rich fall in autumn. This is a fish with high nutritional value and is very rich in myoglobin. It is eaten as sashimi, whipped and boiled in soy sauce, and processed products like sardines, salty spicy sauce, boiled tuna scales and sardines are produced.

The origin of the name

Since this is a fish that tends to lose its freshness, raw food was previously restricted, it is called “hard fish” because when eaten dry and hardened, it is said that it turns into tuna.

Production status and future potential

Mining production has decreased in recent years. Mining output in 2012 was 547 tons.

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

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Not just peanuts and Biwa Boso! Chiba prefecture with lots of vegetables and fish[Thành phần vùng của 47 tỉnh]

Rich in agriculture and seafood

Chiba Prefecture boasts the highest yields of peanuts, spinach, daikon, edamame beans and Japanese pears in Japan. In addition to agricultural products such as fruits and vegetables, there are also abundant marine resources such as fish and marine products. In Chiba prefecture, we have begun our efforts to certify the excellent processed marine and marine products in the prefecture as “Chiba Branded Marine Products”, the sea carries the flavor of the sun and to promote them on nationwide.

peanut

Characteristic

It is produced throughout the province and contains well-balanced nutrients such as protein, lipids, vitamin B2 and vitamin E. It is processed into unglazed peanuts, roasted peanuts, boiled peanuts, crushed peanuts, butter peanuts, etc.

Production status and future potential

It is an important core crop of Chiba’s shifting cultivation and accounts for more than 70% of the national market share. We are working to expand new demand and plant new varieties, and we have high expectations for the future. In 2013, 12,700 tons were produced.

Edamame

Characteristic

The main production areas are Higashi Katsushika, Inba and Chiba, and for long-term shipments that focus on freshness, we deliver by combining varieties and using facility from May to May. 8. It is used for snacks, bean curd, edible tofu, kakiage, soup, etc.

Production status and future potential

It is a very popular crop among consumers. Since freshness management is so important, we are making various efforts such as improving distribution and introducing fall varieties. In 2012, 7,830 tons were produced.

Spinach

Spinach

Characteristic

Produced mainly in the Higashi Katsushika and Chiba regions, consumers love it for being fresh, delicious, safe and secure. It is used for cooking such as rice cakes, fried butter, pancakes and eggs.

Production status and future potential

Although year-round shipments have been established, yields are exceptionally high from autumn to spring, and it is believed to be in season. In 2012, 35,900 tons were produced.

Seaweed

Food

Characteristic

Edo-mae seaweed produced in Tokyo Bay is fragrant and delicious. Seaweed is a food that is very rich in vitamins and minerals such as calcium, phosphorus and iron. Raw seaweed is mixed with vinegar, and roasted seaweed is eaten as rolls, onigiri and fried Isobe. Processed products such as boiled soy sauce and seasoned seaweed are also produced.

Production status and future potential

Production tends to decrease slightly in recent years. Number produced in 2012 was about 322,296 units.

Boshu Biwa

Biwa

Characteristic

The main production areas are Tomiura Town / Toyama Town, Minami Boso City, Tateyama City and Saonan Town, Abo Prefecture. A representative fruit of early summer, it has an elegant and refreshing sweet taste and is rich in vitamin A. In addition to being a raw food, the leaves are also used to make tea and the seeds are soaked in shochu and used as sake. . More than 30 types of processed products such as jam, cream, canned food, biwa tea, soap and shampoo are also produced.

Production status and future potential

Biwa is a specialty fruit tree of Chiba Prefecture, and we are working hard to develop high quality and high yield gardens as well as to nurture the regulators. In 2012 harvested 541 tons.

Chiba rice “Fusaotome”

Characteristic

This variety was developed by the Chiba Prefectural Agricultural Research Center and launched in 1998. Chiba is the main production area for early rice, and it is an early ripening variety that can be harvested from mid-August. , glossy and greasy.

The origin of the name

The white, plump and glossy dish is named to be reminiscent of the girlhood.

Production status and future potential

Expectations are high for a stellar range of early ripening species, and more than 10,000 hectares are expected to be planted.

watermelon

watermelon

Characteristic

The main production areas are Tomioka City and Hachigai City, and in addition to large glossy watermelon in general, small shade watermelon is also grown. As processed products, watermelon jelly using juice and pickles using skin are also produced.

Production status and future potential

With an area of ​​200 hectares planted in Tomisato City and 130 hectares in Yachigai City, it is the second largest watermelon production region in Japan. We will continue to focus on quality and towards tillage-based farming. In 2012, it produced 43,500 tons.

Suzuki

Characteristic

In bait-fishing, it is a target fish for which the most popular is the sea bass. Fat tends to accumulate in white fish, and the big summer Suzuki is fat.

Production status and future potential

The catch has been steady on shore in recent years and it boasts the highest catches in Japan. Mining production in 2012 was 2,158 tons.

Katsuo

Katsuo

Characteristic

The main production area is the Choshi and Sotobo area. Spring and autumn are two seasons, but there are differences depending on the season, having a cool, less fatty taste in spring and a rich, rich fall in autumn. This is a fish with high nutritional value and is very rich in myoglobin. It is eaten as sashimi, whipped and boiled in soy sauce, and processed products like sardines, salty spicy sauce, boiled tuna scales and sardines are produced.

The origin of the name

Since this is a fish that tends to lose its freshness, raw food was previously restricted, it is called “hard fish” because when eaten dry and hardened, it is said that it turns into tuna.

Production status and future potential

Mining production has decreased in recent years. Mining output in 2012 was 547 tons.

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

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