JA Hiroshima Kajitsuren - I want to import fruits from Japan.

JA Hiroshima Kajitsuren, 1-8-1 Kusatsuko, Nishi Ward, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture 733-0832
Contact information
  • 082-279-2472
  • hiroshima2@hirokarenn.com
  • www.fruit-morning.com
Export system and facility development.
Export initiatives in recent years include efforts to cultivate a new market in the promising Southeast Asia region prompted by new flights between Hiroshima and Taipei in 2017. Efforts are being made to expand sales through on- site promotion and negotiations.
PR activities overseas
Activities to promote sales in Southeast Asia, including Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore.
Characteristics and strengths of businesses (producers)
Grown in the warm Setouchi climate, lemons were brought to Hiroshima in 1898 and they have since been cultivated for over a century. The island area allows the cultivation of lemons that are susceptible to cold snaps and strong typhoon winds, making it an ideal location in Japan for growing lemons.
Production and export volume information
  • Area planted with variety Grown in 2022: 300 ha of lemons
  • Production quantity Expected harvest in 2022: 6,000 t
  • Quantity available for export(annually) 50 t
  • Quantity available for export (per export) 5 t
  • Minimum quantity available for export 1 case (10 kg)
  • Total export quantity per region Malaysia: 1.5 t
Trademarks and certifications
  • Patents Patented
  • GI certification None
  • Various other certifications None
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