Updated: November 06, 2018
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Fuji Apple: The King Of Apples. Ever Tried?

Just like the Mt.Fuji represents Japan, Fuji apples is the apple which represents all Japanese apples, even all Japanese fruits. Fuji apples are mainly produced in Aomori prefecture, the northern edge of Honshu region. Let's see what makes so special about Fuji apples.

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What are Fuji apples...?

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Fuji apple is a brand of apple which is Japanese original. Fuji apple is made by combining two different brands of apples, "Delicious" and "Kunimitsu". It is as large as a baseball, and its characteristics are the super sweet taste.

Fuji apples can also be preserved for a long time, 4 months at room temperature and even half a year in the refrigerator.

As you might have guessed, the name "Fuji" originates in Mt.Fuji and Fujisaki region in Aomori.

Recently, the Fuji brand has been popular abroad and even produced in some places such as California.

Where can I try Fuji apples?

Fuji apples can be easily found in nearby grocery stores. But if you're looking for something special and never had before, how about this?
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Pomme da mour Tokyo is a shop which had specialized in toffy apples! Besides the normal toffy apples, they also have cinnamon coated flavor and cocoa coated flavor.

The shop is located near Shinjuku-sanchome station.
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They also offer some toffy apple chocolate fondue! Dipping a glazed apple into an original chocolate? It must be unbelievably good!
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