We, the Hassu family, were born and raised in Akitakata city. We are the biggest sellers at this roadside station. I love winter, and my favorite word is "crunchy". On cold winter days, the farmers find us in the muddy water. I'm proud to say that I'm as good as a lemon in vitamin C. I have good friends in Kumamoto and Iwakuni, and I'm working hard to keep up with them.

We are a family with many children. Our ancestors were born in the Andes Mountains of South America. Our ancestors were born in the Andes Mountains of South America and came to Japan on a Dutch ship from Jagatara, Indonesia. That's why they call us "potatoes. We have many relatives all over the world, and in France they call us "apples of the field. I heard that young girls can use us to make a dish called "meat and potatoes" to attract boys.

Our red color is a sign of energy. We have a super power called lycopene in our bodies. In Europe, there is a saying that if people eat a lot of red tomatoes, the doctors get bored and their faces turn pale. Recently, our popularity has skyrocketed. We have a lot of new friends with new colors like green, pink, orange, and very sweet fruit. Eat up and get well!

One of the things we are most proud of is that our family lineage is as old as it looks. Our ancestors were called "Ohne," which means "big root," and they have been a venerable family since the Nara period (710-794). There are many Oriental radish clans all over Japan, including Nerima (Tokyo), Shogoin (Kyoto), and Sakurajima (Kagoshima). I can eat the whole thing, from the leaf on my brother Daiani's head to the tip of my brother's tail. It has a reputation for clearing up the stomach and intestines. Oden in winter time is the best!

The Japanese word "take" means "mushroom". Eagles were originally mushrooms that dwelled in oak trees in the fall. Since then, it has become one of the three most cultivated mushrooms in the world. The name "Shiitake" is a big name in the world. Dried shiitake mushrooms, like eagles, have excellent nutrition. They also make a good soup stock. Even the young ones still have a great flavor when they are exposed to the sun for a while. Eat us and boost your immune system!

My name is Negi-to. I was born in Akitakata, Hiroshima, and I'm a hot green onion with a vivid green color.Most green onions are grown in soil, but I was grown in a bed of water called hydroponics. That's why I've grown up to be a handsome guy with a refreshing aroma and little color. Negi-Nu, who is known for her green onions, is one of my best girlfriends.

My name is Lady Iceberg and I was born in Akitakata, Hiroshima. I'm known for my plump fashions of light green dresses layered one on top of the other. My charm is that I'm fresh. My crunchy body is 95% water, so I'm very fresh. People often ask me, "Do you have any nutrition? It has vitamins C and E, carotene, and calcium. The slight bitter taste is due to saponin, a bitter substance. It helps to calm irritability and relax. I'm very delicate, especially with cannabis knives. I'm not very good with knives, especially cannabis knives, so please be gentle with me and tear it off by hand. I like to use them raw as a main ingredient in salads, but you can also boil them, fry them, or arrange them in any way you like to make them more attractive.

My name is Nashitaro Takata. The town where I was born is one of the most famous pear growing areas in Hiroshima Prefecture. I am the eldest son of a family of pear growers in this area, who have a history of over 100 years. There are many kinds of pears, such as red pears and green pears, but here they are called Takata pears, and their ancestors go back to the Meiji era. The pears are more than 90% water, and their sweet and cool character is very much appreciated as a taste of autumn. With the arrival of autumn, many people come to this town to meet us for sightseeing pear picking.