Mandarin orangeみかん[ Mikan ]

Citrus unshiu is a seedless and easy-peeling citrus species, also known as cold hardy mandarin, satsuma mandarin, satsuma orange, Christmas orange, and tangerine. It is probably of Japanese origin and introduced elsewhere. In China, it is known as Wenzhou migan (Chinese: 温州蜜柑; pinyin: Wēnzhōu Mìgān); In Japan, it is known as mikan or formally unshu mikan (温州蜜柑, unshū mikan), the result of the local reading of the same characters used in Chinese. In both languages, the name means "Honey Citrus of Wenzhou", Wenzhou being a city in Zhejiang province, China. It is also often known as "Seedless mandarin" (Chinese: 无核桔; pinyin: wúhé jú).

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Heart Shape Tangerine Treasures on Shikoku Island, Japan images

Heart Shape Tangerine Treasures on Shikoku Island, Japan

As my train lumbered through the towering mountains of Shikoku and I caught a quick glimpse of glistening sea beyond, I realized exactly why the Mikan (tangerines) of this area are so delicious. Makes perfect sense to me as I watch the mountainside drinking in the salt-tinged air and the bright Set…(236 words)

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Soul Food in Tokyo! Fried Chicken on Waffles, here we COME! images

Soul Food in Tokyo! Fried Chicken on Waffles, here we COME!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mIAu4XQZ15g&feature=youtu.be"Desperate Housewives" star Vanessa Williams joined the opening party for Soul Food Snacks in Ginza. Some delicious waffles and fried chicken, honey baked ham and more, we are excited to see how the Japanese consumer will welcome th…(124 words)

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New Year's like a true local

If you want to have a relaxing winter, I recommend staying at a ryokan with a “kotatsu.” Kotatsu are tables with a futon and a heater that keep your feet (and therefore your body) warm during the cold winter months. Families often stay under this and eat mikan (a type of tangerine sold during the w…(108 words)

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MIKAN and wine is a good match images

MIKAN and wine is a good match

The traditional image of a Japanese home during the winter.People all over Japan have a stack of Mikan on the table during the winter.Have you heard of a Kotatu?There is a small heater under the table and a large blanket that covers the corners of the table to keep the heat inside.Since…(114 words)

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