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(Hirami Lemon)

Harvest time: Mid-July to late August (green cut)

Shikuwasa, grown in the dazzling sun of Okinawa, contains plenty of nutrients such as vitamin C, vitamins B1 and B2, potassium, calcium, and magnesium.

Especially, the content of "nobiletin", a kind of flavonoid (polyphenol), per 100g is more than 10 times higher than that of Satsuma Mandarin oranges, and it is said to be effective in burning fat, strengthening liver function, improving urination and cognitive function.

In Okinawa, the juice is used as a substitute for lemon in drinks and cooking, as well as eaten raw. We recommend, for example, adding a few drops of juice on grilled fish and awamori, Okinawan distilled spirits♪

Operation Hours


Monday through Friday

9 AM-5 PM




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