VIVA Orange !!!

hey, Kayoko!
You wrote a lot. I know that you have so many things to write cuz you just came back from long trip.
But I want to something to up, as well. So today is my turn ;)
Today's topic is this!
Do you know when is the season for Japanese oranges?
The answer is winter!!
Now, oranges are in season.


The Japanese orange is called mikan.
The typical mikan is very small and has sweets taste, not that sour.
I usually eat three of them every after meal. I also eat it at my breaktime of my work.
Once I start eating them, I can not stop ;P
Frozen mikan is also delicious. My favorite is having frozen mikan in a hot bath.
It is a heavenly good ;)

My aunt sent tons of mikans from Ehime prefecture located in a small island in the south of Japan.

Mikan has a lot of vitaminC, so they can protect you from cold.
Have some mikan and get over the winter!

Posted by: sariko (December 6, 2009 3:28 PM)

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