Miyagawa is the main Satsuma variety of Japan. It is a larger fruit than Owari with smoother skin, and can have a slightly sharper taste. Being part of the Wase or early group of satsumas, it is harvested about 3-4 weeks before Owari.
Origin: Japan; from a limb sport of a Zairai tree in Fukuoka. Miyagawa was introduced commercially in 1923.
Grown in: Japan, Korea
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Marketing in Europe:
January: from South Korea