With thanks to Yasunori Watanabe Farm's home-grown, top-quality melon honey!

Thursday, February 1, 2024

In the melon greenhouses of Watanabe Farm (President Yasunori Watanabe), beehives (purchased beehives) are set up for pollination, and raw, unheated honey is collected from the beehives when they have finished their work.

Natural honey from Yasunori Watanabe Farm

We are very grateful to have been able to share such super-precious honey with you. Thank you very much! Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

The bees in the melon house play an important role by moving from flower to flower, sucking nectar from the flowers, and at the same time attaching pollen to their bodies to encourage pollination by carrying pollen.

Natural honey is a complete food with most of the nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and enzymes!

Bee boxes installed in the melon house at Watanabe Farm!

Bee boxes installed in the melon house at Watanabe Farm (image from 6 years ago: borrowed hive)

It plays a major role in the bees' gratifying pollination activities!

A honey bee sucking melon nectar!
Super-precious melon nectar from our own honey collection

Rice flour pancakes with the finest honey

I used this superb honey and arranged it in rice flour pancakes!

Pancake arrangement!

Served with strawberries, kiwi ice cream, and topped with nuts and butter!

And finally, we took good care of them with a generous drizzle of precious melon honey.

The rich sweetness and richness of melon honey and its fruity aroma spread out and impressed me with its superb taste!

With strawberries, kiwi, vanilla ice cream and nuts!

We express our unlimited love, gratitude, and prayers for this superb melon honey that produces a blissful taste, mellow sweetness, and rich richness unlike anything you have ever tasted before.

A moment of blissful enjoyment with the finest melon honey, with heartfelt thanks!

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◇ Reporting and writing by Ikuko Terauchi (Photography and editorial assistance by Noboru Terauchi)