T-chan Ichigo Tochigi Red Strawberries are a game-changer. Their texture is slightly crunchier than traditional strawberries, offering a surprising twist. But what truly sets them apart is the rich, mellow flavour and exceptional sweetness. Each bite is a testament to Tochigi's agricultural for over 50 years, Tochigi Farm has proudly held the title of Japan's largest strawberry producer, churning out an impressive 25,400 tons of strawberries in 2019.
Tochigi strawberry farm's success story is the result of dedicated efforts. Producers, farming groups, and government authorities have worked hard to improve strawberry quality. In winter, Tochigi's long daylight hours help strawberries grow perfectly. Additionally, the significant temperature changes between day and night enhance their sweetness and flavour. Tochigi's strawberry farmers use information communication technology (ICT) to ensure the best conditions in their greenhouses, resulting in high-quality strawberries every time.
To preserve their exquisite freshness, store Tochiaika strawberries in the refrigerator. These delicate berries are more perishable than regular strawberries, so taking extra care is essential.
FUN FACTS & TIPS
For the most satisfying eating experience, savour the tip of the Japanese strawberries for your final bite. This part is where the Japanese red strawberry is at its sweetest.
NUTRITION & HEALTH BENEFITS
• Burns stored fat • Low calorie content, high fibre content • Promotes short-term memory • Relieves inflammation • Reduces cardiovascular disease • Reduces risk of throat cancer • Low in calories, high in fibre • Anti-ageing properties • Rich in antioxidants
Rich In vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, calcium, magnesium, zinc and iron
Common Names: Hatsukoi no Kaori, Amaou, Skyberry, Benihoppe, Red Cheeks, Tochiotome, Tochiaika, Tochigi 137, 栃木いちご農園, ティーちゃんいちご