Are Oranges Rare In Japan?
For the most part, oranges are rare in Japan. In the winter, mikan oranges, which are small oranges can be found in grocery stops but that’s pretty much it. There are reports of some mikan grooves in Japan but overall, oranges are very rare in Japan. The weather just does not indicate the quality of growth that oranges need and thus oranges are rare there. The mikan orange that you do find there is said to be a cross between a tangerine and a mandarin orange. They are said to be quite tasty and when in season, they can be found in the stores.
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