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I was in the basement supermarket in Shibuya and — THERE IT WAS! THE WHITE STRAWBERRY!
I could smell it a few meters away. Was it real? (Yes, it was.)
Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairies (by Tchaikovsky)
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The strawberry season in Japan is from December to March, winter being the best season because the berry ripens more slowly, building up the sugar content and color over a greater period of time. Temperature control is essential. Almost all of Japan’s strawberries are in greenhouses.
One white strawberry cost 1080 Yen (US$10.00) so I decided to learn more about the Japanese white strawberry and unbox it for you in this video . and that is what this episode is all about. It’s the door into a new world full of strawberries in Japan.
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John Deley and the 41 Players
Other vareties of What Strawberries include:
★ Yuki Usagi “Snow Rabbit” 雪うさぎ
★ Sakura ichigo “Cherry Blossom Strawberry” さくらいちご
★ Tenshi no Mi “” Fruit of the Angels’ 天使の味
Featured White Strawberries
★ Shiroi Houseki “White Jewel / White Gem” 白い宝石
★ Hatsukoi no Kaori “Scent of First Love” 初恋の香り
☆ Pineberry / Popular in the UK and Europe but not available in Japan
Music Credit:
Long Stroll by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( )

It must be eaten within 24 hours according to the store manager at Tokyu’s fruit section at Foodshow. They’re grown on in Saga prefecture on Kyushu Island.

I was in the basement supermarket in Shibuya and — THERE IT WAS! THE WHITE STRAWBERRY! I could smell it a few meters away. Was it real? (Yes, it was.) One w…

I spend a lot of time on Youtube watching music videos, Tasty videos, and crash courses. One day, I came across a video titled

Unfortunately, white strawberries are not sold in supermarkets in the United States; they are mainly available in Japan. If you ever find yourself in Japan, you can get them at supermarkets or even pick them yourself on a strawberry farm. In addition, you can also grow white strawberries in your very own backyard if you’re blessed with a green thumb.
Because of the labor-intensive growing process, white strawberries are far more expensive than red ones. One strawberry could be sold for $10 USD. To put this into perspective, a 16-ounce package of organic red strawberries costs about $6-$7. Some packages of white strawberries can cost up to $40. While they may sound expensive, these White Jewel strawberries are not the most expensive strawberry breed. The Kokota strawberries are the most expensive, clocking in at $22 per berry.

The difference between white strawberries and regular strawberries, besides their color, is that white strawberries are bred to be bigger, softer, and sweeter than their conventional counterparts. These strawberries, however, are not to be confused with pineberries, another type of strawberry that is white in color. About 50 different varieties of white strawberries are grown, each with a unique flavor.
White strawberries are strawberries with a white color, red seeds, and pink patches. One of the most popular types of white strawberries is the White Jewel Strawberry, the first to come out on the market.
If you are lucky enough to get your hands on some white strawberries, try this tart. This tart is an amazing way to use the berries because it emphasizes not only their beautiful color, but their fresh taste.
Cultivating Japan’s Rare White Strawberry. Upon seeing the title, I knew I had to watch it. I really love strawberries and seeing a white strawberry made me want to learn more about this variety. Japan is known for having many unique types of fruits: santonishiki cherries, dekopon (a type of orange) ume, and even square watermelons. While these fruits are unique, the one fruit that gets everyone talking is the infamous white strawberry. However, one question still remains: what exactly is a white strawberry?
White Jewel Strawberries were introduced nearly four years ago by Yasuhito Teshima in Japan’s Saga Prefecture. This prefecture is the only place known to grow this variety of strawberry. Teshima has been crossbreeding strawberries for numerous years to create a large strawberry that has white flesh and white skin. Although other white strawberries exist, Teshima claims that his are bigger and whiter than any other variety out there.

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These white strawberries are berry special, delicious, but berry rare.