Japanese_Radish Japanese Radish

Tokushima’s Japanese radish is grown mainly in the sandy soils where the Naruto kintoki (sweet potato) is harvested, and it is characterized by its high water content and crispy texture. The firm flesh is also good served boiled for furofuki radish and oden (Japanese winter stew dish).

・Harvest season: November-March

・Major production areas: Naruto City, Awa City, Mastushige Town