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Yamanashi Prefecture of Japan, home of Mt. Fuji. Yamanashi is the number 1 producer of grapes, peaches, and plums in Japan!

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Forest Apiary, Organic Beekeeper in Yamanashi

We live in a lonely house in the forest with bees. The fresh air in the forest, the chirping of birds, and the pure, filtered water of the Southern Japan Alps. When the wind blows, the scent of flowers drifts in the air, and the sun shines brightly through the trees. We are committed to organic beekeeping, living close to honeybees. We make honey that condenses the essence of the forest.

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Felicita Organic Salad Dressing from Yatsugatake, Yamanashi

Homemade salad dressing made with organic vegetables from Yatsugatake.

As much as possible, we use vegetables produced in-house (no pesticides or fertilizers) and highland vegetables grown by reliable organic farmers. 

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Silk and Organic cotton products made at the foot of Mt. Fuji by GEN MAEDA & CO., LTD.

Founded in 1921 (Taisho 10), Maeda Gen Shoten (GEN MAEDA & CO., LTD.) is a factory brand located at the foot of Mt. Fuji. We develop fabrics and products using organic cotton in a land blessed with clean air and clear water from Mt. Fuji.

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Yamanashi aroma and herb salon & college. Heal yourself, heal others. Phytotherapy "Mayutama"

Bringing out the natural healing power of humans, and leading the mind and body to a healthy and beautiful state.

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Totsuka Vinegar Brewery, naturally brewed vinegar made from organically cultivated rice and subsoil water from Mt. Fuji

Japanese organic naturally brewed "Junmai (pure rice)" vinegar. Carefully matured with time and effort using traditional manufacturing methods. Naturally brewed Junmai vinegar made wholeheartedly

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  • Yamanashi

    Home to Mt. Fuji, Yamanashi Prefecture is easily reachable from Tokyo but feels like a world away from the bustle of the capital. Besides Japan’s most sacred mountain, the nature-rich area hosts the picturesque Fuji Five Lakes, the sheltered highland resort of Kiyosato, solemn historical sites such as the Erinji and Kuonji temples, a remarkable variety of hot springs, and some of the country’s best wineries. In short, Yamanashi has everything for travelers seeking to discover a new side of Japan, uncover the true beauty of the country, and recover their sense of wellbeing in the midst of nature.