Farmers in Kumamoto Prefecture who are registered with Tabechoku have started a project to include free samples and leaflets in cooperation.

Hanauta Kajitsu
Farmers in Kumamoto Prefecture who are registered with Tabechoku have started a project to include free samples and leaflets in cooperation. Farmer’s recommended farmer

Kajitsu Hanauta, a fruit farmer in Kumamoto City (Kazuhiro Katayama, Ueki-cho, Kita-ku, Kumamoto City) has collaborated with farmers in Kumamoto Prefecture to launch a new project, “From Kumamoto! As an agricultural demonstration experiment initiative for the UX project promoted by Kumamoto Prefecture, we will provide a service that includes free samples and flyers for a limited time. By introducing agricultural products from other farmers recommended by professional farmers to consumers on the direct mail order site “Tabechoku”, we will create a mechanism to solve problems when purchasing agricultural products.
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https://www.tabechoku.com/producers/21060
In 2010, vacant spaces began to become conspicuous in the factory that was originally producing for a famous manufacturer. and started growing lettuce. Because it is a small plant factory, we are particular about cultivation that can be seen. With the motto “Safe and secure food makes a healthy body”, we grow vegetables that do not use pesticides during cultivation, are long lasting with few bacteria, and have almost no waste.
■ Field jewels
https://www.tabechoku.com/producers/20947
My husband and I grow mini tomatoes in Kumamoto Prefecture, which is the number one producer of tomatoes in Japan.
As if raising a child, I take care of them with strictness and tenderness and affection at times.
There are so many varieties of cherry tomatoes that you can choose from, and we have created two completely contrasting varieties: one with high sugar content and sourness, and the other with strong sweetness without sourness.
■ Natural Farm
https://www.tabechoku.com/producers/24599
We are a natural farm that produces vegetables with the power of the soil, sticking to soil preparation. We mainly practice organic farming using reduced pesticides and chemical fertilizers. We produce vegetables considering the balance of biological, chemical and physical properties, and deliver more delicious and safe vegetables to consumers.
■ Rainbow Earth Farm
https://www.tabechoku.com/producers/23624
Niji no Daichi farm is located in Yamaga City, which is located in the northern part of Kumamoto Prefecture, a famous watermelon production area. It is a magnificent land blessed with beautiful water and rich nature where fireflies dance wildly. Using nearly 40 years of experience and technology in watermelon and melon cultivation, we are working on growing delicious vegetables that even small children can safely eat.
■ Hanauta Kajitsu
https://www.tabechoku.com/producers/22287
I am a fruit farmer in Uekicho, Kita Ward, Kumamoto City. We grow peaches, plums, Shiranui mandarin oranges, and kumquats in a greenhouse. I would be happy if you could hum with the fruits of Kumamoto, which has a nice climate.
■ Misaki
https://www.tabechoku.com/producers/27568
As a member of the Misaki Group, all of us have shared our wisdom and been particular about the “taste” of mandarin oranges. We pay close attention not only to the sugar content, but also to the balance of sourness and umami. Once you eat it, you’ll find yourself wanting more than one.
■ Misaki Farm
https://www.tabechoku.com/producers/27538
A subsidiary of Misaki Co., Ltd., we mainly grow eggplants and tomatoes in greenhouses.
In addition to Tamana City, we also have greenhouses in Aso, and especially for eggplants, we have an annual shipping system in place. Taking advantage of our strengths as a company organization, we aim for stable production and stable supply of mainly horticultural items, and work together with our colleagues in the Misaki Group to carry out our day-to-day operations.
■ Red-up
https://www.tabechoku.com/producers/20627
I am a third-generation farmer who has been growing tomatoes in Kumamoto Prefecture for 75 years. The origin of the company name is the red color of tomatoes and the image of passion. Hata no Kiseki-san My husband and I grow mini tomatoes in Kumamoto Prefecture, which produces the largest amount of tomatoes in Japan.
As if raising a child, I take care of them with strictness and tenderness and affection at times.
There are so many varieties of cherry tomatoes that you can choose from, and we have created two completely contrasting varieties: one with high sugar content and sourness, and the other with strong sweetness without sourness.
About the UX project
Utilizing the strengths of Kumamoto Prefecture in the field of life science (in this project, fields such as “medical care”, “nursing care”, “health”, “food”, “beauty”, and “smart agriculture”), “People around the world This is an initiative that started in April 2021 with the aim of creating a new business to realize a “healthy,” “fun,” and “beautiful” life until the end.
URL: https://ux-project.jp
About eating chalk
It is Japan’s largest direct mail order site that sells more than 50,000 special products. It has achieved 9 No. 1 rankings in terms of recognition and usage rate, and more than 7,900 producers nationwide are registered.
URL: https://www.tabechoku.com/
Details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000002.000111750.html


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