About Umaji Village & Yuzu
Umaji Village is a small rural village located in the Kochi Prefecture of Japan, known for its production of high-quality yuzu fruit. Yuzu is a citrus fruit that is similar in appearance to a small grapefruit, with a fragrant and tangy flavor that is used in a variety of culinary applications in Japanese cuisine.
The yuzu trees in Umaji Village are grown in a natural and traditional manner, with little to no use of pesticides or chemical fertilizers. The village is located in a remote and mountainous region, which provides the yuzu trees with a unique terroir, or environmental conditions, that contribute to the fruit’s distinct flavor and aroma.
The yuzu grown in Umaji Village is highly prized by chefs and food enthusiasts for its exceptional quality, and is used in a variety of traditional and modern Japanese dishes. Yuzu juice, zest, and peel are all commonly used in Japanese cooking, and the fruit is also used to make yuzu kosho, a spicy condiment that pairs well with grilled meats and fish.
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