In order for the flowers to bloom well, it seems necessary to smooth the flow of nutrient water and control the power of nature. I’ve heard that it is not a variety that can be expected to be very stable in production with the technique of small hands. When it doesn’t rain, irrigation tubes are used, but there seems to be a cultivation method that does not use artificial irrigation at all. It is said that there are some farmers who leave it to the flow of nature and leave it as it is. In fact, when it doesn’t rain, it seems to be a small ball with less water. Akizuki Pear has the same sugar content as Kosui Pear, but has the characteristic of having less acidity. The sweetness stands out, and the flesh is soft and juicy, giving it a pear-like taste. Furthermore, unlike other Japanese pears, it has a very fruity scent.
This year, Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture, celebrates the 59th anniversary of the enforcement of the city system, and while there are areas that have undergone dramatic changes as one of the nation’s leading industrial areas and bed towns in the metropolitan area, rural landscapes, cherry blossoms, rape blossom fields, pear gardens, etc. It is an area where there is a satoyama area that is in deep harmony with nature. Almost all of the Ichihara Pears are certified as eco-farmers, and they are a large ball and have a high reputation in the market as a good-tasting brand product.
Volcanic ash soil, which is abundant in Chiba prefecture, is suitable for pear cultivation because it has strong fertilizer power and good drainage, and it seems that the tree grows healthy and healthy. Delicious fruits grow on such trees. Generally, when the fruit is exposed to light, the sugar content tends to be higher, and it seems that it becomes sweeter and sweeter in the summer sun.