The strawberries are cultivated by Japan's JA Naraken's Asuka Ruby Subcommittee, and its 103 producers. Cultivated mainly in the flat areas of Nara Prefecture, such as Tenri City, Yamatokoriyama City, Ikoma District, Sakurai City, Shiki District, Kashihara City, Takaichi District, Katsuragi City, and Gojo City.
This variety was developed at the Nara Prefectural Agricultural Research Center (currently the Nara Prefectural Agricultural Research and Development Center) and has been marketed under the name "Asuka Ruby" since 1998. The name Asuka Ruby is, of course, derived from "Asuka" in the Asuka period when Nara was the capital, and the glossy red color reminiscent of the jewel "Ruby". Speaking of strawberries from Nara prefecture, it is easy to remember as "Asuka Ruby", and it is a variety that is loved by a wide range of people.
It's a rare jem to have Asuka Ruby strawberry jam and we recommend to try it in a different way too!
Frozen yogurt! All you have to do is mix strawberry jam, yogurt and lemon juice well and put them in the freezer.
Enjoy the cold and sweet Asuka Ruby sweets in the warm weather!
Additional info : -
||Isehara, Kanagawa Prefecture
||juice (Origin: Kanagawa), Reduced sugar syrup/Trehalose, Acidifier, Gelling agent (Polysaccharide thickener), V.C., Sweetner (Acesulfame K), Aroma agent, vegetable coloring
||Avoid direct sun, hot temperature and high humidity
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|Nutrition Information (100g):
||Energy: 70kcal, Protein: 0.1g, Fat: 0.1g, Carbohydrate: 17.2g, Salt equivalent: 0.25g