Dear our valuable customers,

We are pleased to present our citrus fruits from our farm to you! Orange Floral Farm that adheres to the farm-to-table doctrine has been practicing organic, without pesticides. Here we would like to present our Japanese orange (mikan) and lemon with edible peel to you. Choosing what is best for the health of you and family, we have been raising all the fruits and vegetables in our farm.
Waxes such as soil fungicides, herbicides and the like, are not used at all. You can eat a whole including the peels without anxiety.
Days are busy weeding and cultivating the land by hand to celebrate the harvest season.
The harvesting of mikan reaches its peak in late October to early January.
We hope our customers continue to enjoy our citrus fruits through Mikan Picking and Online Shopping.
Thank you, The farm producer Orange Floral Farm.

About Slow Food

already heard about Slow Food, let us talk a little about Slow Food.
The Slow Food movement (now an international phenomenon) began in Piemonte, countryside in northern Italy.
symbolized an Age of Plenty, shifted to mass production, factory productivity, and chemical engineering. And many people must have taken more priorities on food such as so-called fast food that satisfies the hunger right away.
This brought discomfort to the people in Piemonte. And, they started the Slow Food movement that stands in opposition to fast food, respecting ingredients gifted by nature and protecting the producers. In the Slow Food movement, many organic producers and consumers get back to the starting point in order to hand over a healthier food system, thus a brighter future, to future generations Protecting nature, the producers supply the ingredients produced locally and sell while the consumers are choosing to buy more of their food locally, from people they know and trust.
This way you will not need to worry about chemicals such as waxes and pesticides. Supporting one another, the Slow Food movement is a way of eating that links the pleasure of food with a commitment to the community and the environment, and also a way of providing a secure road to the future.
Located in Manazuru, Orange Floral Farm has been practicing the Slow Food movement.


Manazuru-cho, the town where Orange Floral Farm is located, has very creative rules for urban development, which must be Japan’s first (or could be even World’s first) in the way.
To simplify the regulation for protecting the beauty, which is often expressed in abstract terms, the rules of the regulation are composed of 69 key words conveying the daily life and dreams of the people who live in Manazuru. In the keywords, words like “food-producing trees”, “sacred places” and “festivals” are included. The forest leading to Orange Floral Farm is regarded as one of the “sacred places”, and the local people call it “ohayashi” with a sense of respect and closeness.
The enchanting forests filled with natural pine and camphor trees have stood as a fish-breeding forest through generations for more than 300 years. In summer, there is a festival called “Kibune matsuri”, which is one of the three major boat festivals in Japan.
Manazuru is a great little port town.
In “The Old Man and the Sea” by Ernest Hemingway, Cojimar, a small fishing village in Havana where Santiago and the boy went fishing - Through the novel, you may feel the scene of the port town in the 1950's. Seeing the common scene in the small port town of Manazuru, you must like the overlapping image and scene if you are a sea-loving person.

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