Nakasone Farm, which grows a variety of seasonal vegetables to match and add the colors of all the seasons.
What we grow:
Seasonal produce from Spring to Winter, all year round.
From early Spring: Cucumbers, eggplants, small tomatoes, small green peppers, myoga, pumpkin, shiso leaves, kakina and plums.
From early Fall: Radish, komatsuna, Shimonita leek, taro, shrinked spinach, garland chrysanthemum, Chinese cabbage, etc.
The Nakasone Farmers grow a massive variety of vegetables in the Haruna area of Takasaki. They use fertilizer made from locally sourced tea leaves, increasing the sweetness of their vegetables. Nakasone also makes efforts to improve the quality of their soil by improving and changing their fertilizer as needed, year after year.
adding new fertilizer every year.
What is Nakasone’s goal? “We want to deliver vegetables that fit in Japan’s four distinct seasons, brightening our customers lives during all parts of the year!” Nakasone begins harvesting at 530 am, and only ships freshly picked items so that customers can experience the greatest taste and aroma of vegetables. Working in the fields is much like raising children, and Nakasone lovingly cares for their “children” by creating a comfortable environment. By doing so, their vegetables grow up to become beautiful and delicious.