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福島の気候と風土

  • Shinichi Katahira
    Vol.01

    Taste the season with sunrise-picked, direct-to-market peaches grown in the Fukushima sunshine

    Shinichi Katahira

    Advisor, Fukushima City (Tourist Farm Association) Agricultural Tourism Association Michinoku Tourist Fruit Land

    ストーリーを読む
  • Kanako Watanabe
    Vol.02

    Even our cucumbers and eggplants are next-level!

    Kanako Watanabe

    Owner, Megoina Farm

    ストーリーを読む
  • Koji and Emi Kato
    Vol.03

    A seamless pair passionate about Ten-no-tsubu rice

    Koji and Emi Kato

    Kato Farm Company President

    ストーリーを読む
  • Hironao Suzuki
    Vol.04

    Fukushima beef is coming into a golden age, thanks to friendly competition and respect for tradition in the wake of the earthquake

    Hironao Suzuki

    Fukushima beef cattle rancher in Otama Village, Adachi County

    ストーリーを読む
  • Satoshi Shishido
    Vol.05

    Anpogaki persimmons: a native Fukushima fruit with 95 years of history

    Satoshi Shishido

    JA Fukushima Mirai Chairman, Anpogaki Production Division

    ストーリーを読む
  • Takanori Sato
    Vol.06

    Life-changing Utsukushima-egoma pork

    Takanori Sato

    Sato Farm

    ストーリーを読む
  • Osamu Sato
    Vol.07

    Kawamata Shamo, born of close producer ties

    Osamu Sato

    Chairman, Kawamata Shamo Promotional Council

    ストーリーを読む
  • Kazuhiro Kodaira
    Vol.08

    Aizu Jidori creates solid footing through a friendly rivalry among professional chefs

    Kazuhiro Kodaira

    President, Aizujidori Mishimaya Executive Director, Aizu Poultry Association

    ストーリーを読む
  • Yuki Sato
    Vol.09

    A young producer offers a life plenty of fruit

    Yuki Sato

    Incorporated Agricultural Organization (Date Suimitsu Orchards) Datesuimitsuen President

    ストーリーを読む
  • Hiroshi Motoki
    Vol.10

    A dream of a more vibrant community, powered by successful agriculture in his beloved Fukushima Prefecture

    Hiroshi Motoki

    President, Wonder Farm

    ストーリーを読む
  • Taiga Nemoto
    Vol.11

    Preserving a century of Japan’s pear-growing traditions with the dream of sharing them with the world

    Taiga Nemoto

    Japanese pear grower Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture

    ストーリーを読む
  • Shuichi Fukushima
    Vol.12

    Taking advantage of the AFFrinnovation production trend to popularize Fukushima’s unique comfort food secrets

    Shuichi Fukushima

    President, Fukushima Farm Kitakata, Fukushima Prefecture

    ストーリーを読む
  • Yukihiro Abe
    Vol.13

    Why are Fukushima apples so delicious? Because they’re fully ripened on the tree!

    Yukihiro Abe

    Chairman, Fukushima Apple Study Group Fukushima City, Fukushima Prefecture

    ストーリーを読む
  • Tadashi Suzuki
    Vol.14

    Flavorful artisan-grown nameko mushrooms bring in buyers from across Japan

    Tadashi Suzuki

    Suzuki Farm Koriyama City, Fukushima Prefecture

    ストーリーを読む
  • Yukio Sato
    Vol.15

    A fisherman who works the convergence of offshore currents, and flounder backed by the dedication of family

    Yukio Sato

    Captain, KASHIMA MARU No.3 Soma City, Fukushima Prefecture

    ストーリーを読む
  • Ryota Tobisawa
    Vol.16

    Carrying on his father’s passion for Fukuharuka strawberries, an original variety with an exceptionally clean taste

    Ryota Tobisawa

    Strawberry grower Kagamiishi-machi, Iwase County, Fukushima Prefecture

    ストーリーを読む
  • Wakako Narumi
    Vol.17

    An authentic wild flavor that took twenty years to recreate! Introducing the first natural cultivation technique for hon-shimeji mushrooms in Japan

    Wakako Narumi

    Director, Mushroom Promotional Center Fukushima Prefecture Forest, Forestry, and Greenery Association

    ストーリーを読む
  • Tai Nozaki
    Vol.18

    A fisherman whose company has been roundhaul fishing for generations in Fukushima Prefecture, the home and second-largest consumer of skipjack tuna in Japan

    Tai Nozaki

    Director of Suya Fishery Co., Ltd. in Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture

    ストーリーを読む レシピを見る
  • Yasuhiko Hoshi
    Vol.19

    Satoyama-no-Tsubu rice is a distinguished Fukushima brand that is well-known among connoisseurs and fine enough to have been presented to the Imperial Household

    Yasuhiko Hoshi

    Representative Aizukogen Tateiwa Nosan Minamiaizu Town, Minamiaizu County, Fukushima Prefecture

    ストーリーを読む レシピを見る
  • Kazunori Sakamoto
    Vol.20

    A special agricultural product from the Coastal Region, an area rich in history and traditions Iwaki green onions―plump, long, and sweet!

    Kazunori Sakamoto

    President, Sakamoto Farm Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture

    ストーリーを読む レシピを見る
  • Ken Suzuki
    Vol.21

    Locally renowned as the crowning jewel of “Joban catch” products White meat, liver and skin, every part of the Fukushima monkfish is delicious

    Ken Suzuki

    Captain, JINYO MARU No.3 Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture

    ストーリーを読む レシピを見る
  • Mitsuru and Yoko Suzuki
    Vol.22

    Our maxim is “big and tasty fruits”! Shine Muscat and Takao grapes growing in abundance

    Mitsuru and Yoko Suzuki

    Owner of Suzuki Farm

    ストーリーを読む レシピを見る
  • Nobuhiro Hoshi<br>Nobuyuki Kanno
    Vol.23

    Soba is my purpose and my life! Pride Stories from two men who give their all for soba

    Nobuhiro Hoshi
    Nobuyuki Kanno

    Nobuhiro Hoshi Representative of the Mizunashi Nousan Club, Minamiaizu Town, Minamiaizu County, Fukushima Prefecture Nobuyuki Kanno Chair of the Utsukushima Soba Okoku Group

    ストーリーを読む レシピを見る

会津の気候と風土

  • Kanako Watanabe
    Vol.02

    Even our cucumbers and eggplants are next-level!

    Kanako Watanabe

    Owner, Megoina Farm

    ストーリーを読む
  • Takanori Sato
    Vol.06

    Life-changing Utsukushima-egoma pork

    Takanori Sato

    Sato Farm

    ストーリーを読む
  • Kazuhiro Kodaira
    Vol.08

    Aizu Jidori creates solid footing through a friendly rivalry among professional chefs

    Kazuhiro Kodaira

    President, Aizujidori Mishimaya Executive Director, Aizu Poultry Association

    ストーリーを読む
  • Shuichi Fukushima
    Vol.12

    Taking advantage of the AFFrinnovation production trend to popularize Fukushima’s unique comfort food secrets

    Shuichi Fukushima

    President, Fukushima Farm Kitakata, Fukushima Prefecture

    ストーリーを読む
  • Yasuhiko Hoshi
    Vol.19

    Satoyama-no-Tsubu rice is a distinguished Fukushima brand that is well-known among connoisseurs and fine enough to have been presented to the Imperial Household

    Yasuhiko Hoshi

    Representative Aizukogen Tateiwa Nosan Minamiaizu Town, Minamiaizu County, Fukushima Prefecture

    ストーリーを読む レシピを見る
  • Nobuhiro Hoshi<br>Nobuyuki Kanno
    Vol.23

    Soba is my purpose and my life! Pride Stories from two men who give their all for soba

    Nobuhiro Hoshi
    Nobuyuki Kanno

    Nobuhiro Hoshi Representative of the Mizunashi Nousan Club, Minamiaizu Town, Minamiaizu County, Fukushima Prefecture Nobuyuki Kanno Chair of the Utsukushima Soba Okoku Group

    ストーリーを読む レシピを見る

中通りの気候と風土

  • Shinichi Katahira
    Vol.01

    Taste the season with sunrise-picked, direct-to-market peaches grown in the Fukushima sunshine

    Shinichi Katahira

    Advisor, Fukushima City (Tourist Farm Association) Agricultural Tourism Association Michinoku Tourist Fruit Land

    ストーリーを読む
  • Koji and Emi Kato
    Vol.03

    A seamless pair passionate about Ten-no-tsubu rice

    Koji and Emi Kato

    Kato Farm Company President

    ストーリーを読む
  • Hironao Suzuki
    Vol.04

    Fukushima beef is coming into a golden age, thanks to friendly competition and respect for tradition in the wake of the earthquake

    Hironao Suzuki

    Fukushima beef cattle rancher in Otama Village, Adachi County

    ストーリーを読む
  • Satoshi Shishido
    Vol.05

    Anpogaki persimmons: a native Fukushima fruit with 95 years of history

    Satoshi Shishido

    JA Fukushima Mirai Chairman, Anpogaki Production Division

    ストーリーを読む
  • Osamu Sato
    Vol.07

    Kawamata Shamo, born of close producer ties

    Osamu Sato

    Chairman, Kawamata Shamo Promotional Council

    ストーリーを読む
  • Yuki Sato
    Vol.09

    A young producer offers a life plenty of fruit

    Yuki Sato

    Incorporated Agricultural Organization (Date Suimitsu Orchards) Datesuimitsuen President

    ストーリーを読む
  • Yukihiro Abe
    Vol.13

    Why are Fukushima apples so delicious? Because they’re fully ripened on the tree!

    Yukihiro Abe

    Chairman, Fukushima Apple Study Group Fukushima City, Fukushima Prefecture

    ストーリーを読む
  • Tadashi Suzuki
    Vol.14

    Flavorful artisan-grown nameko mushrooms bring in buyers from across Japan

    Tadashi Suzuki

    Suzuki Farm Koriyama City, Fukushima Prefecture

    ストーリーを読む
  • Ryota Tobisawa
    Vol.16

    Carrying on his father’s passion for Fukuharuka strawberries, an original variety with an exceptionally clean taste

    Ryota Tobisawa

    Strawberry grower Kagamiishi-machi, Iwase County, Fukushima Prefecture

    ストーリーを読む
  • Wakako Narumi
    Vol.17

    An authentic wild flavor that took twenty years to recreate! Introducing the first natural cultivation technique for hon-shimeji mushrooms in Japan

    Wakako Narumi

    Director, Mushroom Promotional Center Fukushima Prefecture Forest, Forestry, and Greenery Association

    ストーリーを読む
  • Mitsuru and Yoko Suzuki
    Vol.22

    Our maxim is “big and tasty fruits”! Shine Muscat and Takao grapes growing in abundance

    Mitsuru and Yoko Suzuki

    Owner of Suzuki Farm

    ストーリーを読む レシピを見る

浜通りの気候と風土

  • Hiroshi Motoki
    Vol.10

    A dream of a more vibrant community, powered by successful agriculture in his beloved Fukushima Prefecture

    Hiroshi Motoki

    President, Wonder Farm

    ストーリーを読む
  • Taiga Nemoto
    Vol.11

    Preserving a century of Japan’s pear-growing traditions with the dream of sharing them with the world

    Taiga Nemoto

    Japanese pear grower Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture

    ストーリーを読む
  • Yukio Sato
    Vol.15

    A fisherman who works the convergence of offshore currents, and flounder backed by the dedication of family

    Yukio Sato

    Captain, KASHIMA MARU No.3 Soma City, Fukushima Prefecture

    ストーリーを読む
  • Tai Nozaki
    Vol.18

    A fisherman whose company has been roundhaul fishing for generations in Fukushima Prefecture, the home and second-largest consumer of skipjack tuna in Japan

    Tai Nozaki

    Director of Suya Fishery Co., Ltd. in Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture

    ストーリーを読む レシピを見る
  • Kazunori Sakamoto
    Vol.20

    A special agricultural product from the Coastal Region, an area rich in history and traditions Iwaki green onions―plump, long, and sweet!

    Kazunori Sakamoto

    President, Sakamoto Farm Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture

    ストーリーを読む レシピを見る
  • Ken Suzuki
    Vol.21

    Locally renowned as the crowning jewel of “Joban catch” products White meat, liver and skin, every part of the Fukushima monkfish is delicious

    Ken Suzuki

    Captain, JINYO MARU No.3 Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture

    ストーリーを読む レシピを見る
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