110 West

Tucked back in a corner of Itoshima Picnic Village, immediately across from Keya no Oto sits Miwa Nakamura’s old American camping trailer. Inside are displays of her dried fruits and vegetables. Nakamura is a native of Keya who stumbled upon making dried fruits, but soon realized it was a way to help nearby growers. In 2016 she established her business and uses specialized equipment to make dried fruits and vegetables from seasonal produce supplied to her by farmers in Itoshima. Her shop is only open on weekends and she also sells online. She uses only Itoshima grown produce. Amaou strawberries are her best seller, followed by shiranui (a citrus similar to dekopon). Small bags are ¥250~, and larger ones are ¥500 and ¥600. Try her vegetable soup mixes too!

110 west
Address : 1235-1, Shimakeya, Itoshima City, Fukuoka [ MAP ]
Published: Oct 27, 2020 / Last Updated: Oct 27, 2020

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