When I thought that the daughter of the example who leaned out of the window and shook her frosty hand to the left and right vigorously, the tangerine oranges dyed in the color of a warm day that made me excited. About five or six, they fell apart from the sky over the children who had forgotten the train. I took my breath away. Now I understand everything in the moment. The younger brother is probably about to go to her place of service. He rewarded the labor of his younger brothers. The railroad crossing in the dark-colored town, the three children who screamed at the birds, and the bright tangerine colors that spilled over it, all outside the train window. I passed by in a blink of an eye, but on my heart, this scene was burned to the point of pain. From there, I was conscious of the unfathomable cheerful heart that I wanted to gain. I raised my head in a hurry and gazed at the little girl as if I saw another person. The little girl someday returned to the seat in front of me, and she had a big furoshiki wrap in her hand, burying her cheeks full of wrinkles and cracks in a moegi yarn collar. , Hold on to the third-class ticket. For the first time, I was able to forget about mysterious, inferior, boring life, as well as mysterious fatigue and fatigue. It is a short story published in "Shunyodou Bookstore or Shincho" by Ryunosuke AKUTAGAWA in May 1919. At the time of the announcement, it was a work named "My encounter", but later a part of the work was renamed to "Mandarin". He is an educational and art-oriented work, the anguish that human beings always have in their lives, or the egoism of human beings (emphasizing their own interests and disregarding or ignoring the good deeds of others). There were many works on the theme of desire. He was born in 1892 in what is now Chuo Ward, Tokyo. His father, Toshizo Niihara, runs a milk manufacturing and sales business, and Ryunosuke is the third child and eldest son. His father was 42 years old and his mother was 33 years old. Ryunosuke was entrusted to his mother's family, the Akutagawa family（It is the house of the Okubozu（Buddhist priest who managed the tea room facing the back of Edo Castle and was in charge of the tea of the shogun and the entertainment and serving of the lords.）who served the Tokugawa family for generations.）, because his mother became mentally ill and could not be raised less than a year after he was born.
Deko Tangor （Overwintering citrus）
Citrus reticulata 'Shiranui'
Mikkabi Town, Kita Ward, Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture (Maruma Co., Ltd.)
【Derived from the name】
‘Shiranui: Sumo Mandarin Oranges’ - Shiranuhi Town, Uki City, Kumamoto Prefecture is said to be the birthplace. It was probably named after the place name. Dekopon（Citrus reticulata Siranui）is a registered trademark owned by the Kumamoto Prefecture Fruit Agricultural Cooperative Association. Under the umbrella of the japan horticultural agricultural cooperative association : Shipped through an agricultural cooperative association with JA and citrus production. Only those who meet certain standards to maintain high quality can use the name. It was shipped through the National Federation of Citrus Agricultural Cooperatives with a sugar content of 13 degrees or more and an acidity of 1 degree or less. The proof that the leaves are freshly picked. It becomes even sweeter because it is harvested after it is fully ripe. Dekotangor (Shiranui, Dekopon) is an independent administrative institution, and the fruit tree research institute of the Agricultural and Food Industry Technology Research Organization has a crossing year of 1972.
Grow delicious oranges firmly, see the deliciousness of delicious oranges, arrange the deliciousness of delicious oranges, and deliver delicious oranges, natural taste that you can understand as much as a small kid, delicious taste, whether you eat it or not A creator of delicious oranges that doesn't stop
That is the creed of Maruma Co., Ltd. Shizuoka Prefecture is the second largest producer of oranges, which is an excellent agricultural product, after Ehime and Wakayama. The production area in Shizuoka is Mikkabi Town, old Inasa District, Shizuoka Prefecture. "Shizuoka Prefecture Citrus History (Publisher: Shizuoka Prefecture Citrus Sales Agricultural Cooperative Association, Publication Date: 1959, Publication Location: Shimizu)" reveals the cultivation of mandarin oranges in Shizuoka from 1655 to 1658 to 1658. It is said that the origin of tangerine cultivation in Shizuoka is that Shozaemon Tokiwa of Iwabuchi, Fujikawa Town, Ihara District brought back the seedlings of Citrus kinokuni (species of mandarin orange) (Kishu small oranges) from 1660 to 1660. This is a group of landlords and farmers established in April 1912 for the purpose of improving and developing agriculture under the Agricultural Association Law promulgated in Wakayama Prefecture (1899). It seems that it is also introduced in the "Mandarin Kishu" published (integrated). It is also said that Chuhachi Suzuki in Mikkabi Town, Inasa-gun brought back Kishu mikan saplings before 1789-1800, but this seems to be unconfirmed by word of mouth. According to "History of Mikkabi Town", cultivation spread from 1818 to 1843 to Daifukuji Village, centering on Mikkabi Hirayama Village, and the tomb of Yatayu Yamada, the ancestor of Mikkabi Mandarin, remains in Hirayama Town). It seems that the introduction of Satsuma mandarin in Mikkabi Town was introduced from Kishu to Fujieda City from 1789 to 1800. "Yauemon Yamada (commonly known as Yatayu) is the founder of Kishu mikan cultivation in Nishihama village (Mikkabi Town), and Gonbee Kato is the founder of Satsuma mandarin. It seems that seedlings were purchased and cultivated from the Kira region of Mikkabi (old Kira Town, Hazu District, Aichi Prefecture) from 1830 to 1843. This is said to be the first of the Wenshu mikan. There is a sign board as "the birthplace of mikan", and Yamada who introduced Kishu mikan, Kato who introduced Wenshu mikan, and Nakagawa who spread the cultivation technology of the current Mikkabi mikan in the Taisho era are our predecessors. And there is no doubt that he was a great person. I would like to write more details later. UBUGINU Shrine : It seems that the area of Hamana was in the shrine territory of Ise Jingu (owned by the shrine). Therefore, it is reported that the entire area was related to Ise Jingu. Above all, the relationship between ubuginu shrine and Ise Jingu is deep, and it seems that Kamumuso has been delivered to Ise Jingu for over 800 years. It has been called ISE shinmei ubuginu shrine, Hamana ancient imperial princesses serving at the Ise shrine for a long time. It seems that the role was not limited to paying kamumuso, but it was also a sacred factory that procured the sacred goods of Hamana, which was the jinryo of Ise Jingu. KAMUMISO (According to “Kotai jingu gishikisho (Book of Rituals and Ceremonies of Kotai Jinja Shrine)” , Tsukuyomi no mikoto was worshipped at 'Tsukiyominomiya ichiin' main temple of Tsukiyominomiya Shrine) and described as Tsukuyomi. He was a figure of a man riding a horse and was clothed in purple, wearing a golden sword. He was clothed in purple, wearing a golden sword,'and Tsukuyomi, whose gender is never mentioned in “Kojiki” nor “Nihon Shoki,” is depicted here as a man riding a horse and carrying a sword.) It is said that the procurement was continued. The beginning of the Enshu textile industry seems to be in the Edo period. Since it was a cotton producing area, the cotton fabric industry has developed and has become one of Japan's three major cotton textile producing areas. There are various types of cloth to be woven, and it seems that Enshu textiles are not the same. The difference seems to be understood by seeing, touching, and feeling with the skin, rather than expressing it in words. Woven fabrics that are woven by the makers with particular attention because they are different types of difficult fabrics. Designers and apparel-related companies seem to visit here in Enshu in search of the Enshu textiles. Enshu region located in the western part of Shizuoka prefecture. This is alongside Senshu (Osaka) and Mikawa (Aichi). Enshu seems to have prospered as a cotton producing area from ancient times due to the abundant water of the Tenryu River and the warm climate. In the Edo period, cotton fabrics made by hand, which were started by farmers who grow cotton on their own, became available on the market, and it seems that this was highly evaluated as “Enshu cotton”. After that, in 1886, a Western-style spinning factory was established in this area, and in 1896 (In 1897, SAKICHI Toyoda completed his Toyota Wooden Power Loom, and established a company named Toyota Shoten, to manufacture and sell his looms. He also operated Otogawa. With the invention of the narrow power loom by Mr. Sakichi TOYODA (founder of the Toyota Group) in Enshu (Cotton Weaving.), The production of cotton fabrics has increased dramatically. In this way, the textile industry in Enshu has been established as one of the leading production areas in Japan. “Speaking of Mikkabi, Citrus Unshiu” : It declined from the merger of 15 agricultural cooperatives in the western part of Shizuoka prefecture in 1995, and has taken root as an independent agricultural cooperative. I hear that what we have now is the existence of the shipping union mentioned earlier. In 1960, the Mikkabi Town Citrus Shipping Association was established with 154 people. It seems that the individual sales styles of farmers at that time were the mainstream. The details are still studying. I want to establish the Mikkabi Citrus Unshiu brand by combining the quality of All Mandarin Orange : First union leader（Insist on establishing a joint sales system）: Aim to ship all oranges produced by farmers to co-marketing organizations. However, it seems that it is not straightforward to unify because there are arrangements and restrictions. Issues and conditions of brand production area : As the production of Citrus Unshiu nationwide increases, competition between production areas intensifies. There was also orange Import liberalization, etc., and the construction of a designated area that took advantage of the characteristics of the production area was an issue. The conditions are to secure a certain amount of production, stable production with high quality, and a systematic stable shipping system. I hear that it is thanks to “Aoshima（Medium ripening）” that it has been a citrus producing area until now. Discovered in the mandarin field of Mr. Heiju Aoshima in Shizuoka City Aoi Ward Fukudagaya around 1935（The theory that Owari Citrus Unshiu was highly connected in 1941.）. It is one size larger than ordinary Citrus Unshiu, has flat fruits, a slightly thicker skin, is easy to peel by hand, has excellent storability, and has a high sugar content. It has a high sugar content and is mainly sold at the beginning of the year. In the southwestern warm regions, it is not suitable for cultivation due to weather conditions and soil conditions, and the biggest merit is that the sales time does not batting. I want to write various things, but I will make a leap forward. As a providence of nature, water is converted from high to low, and sales are converted from low to high. In 1981, there were more than 100 types of corrugated called Mikkabi Orange, and it was difficult to respond to inquiries from consumers. “JA Mikkabi Mandarin Orange“ is now approved as a Regional collective trademark（商標登録第5428782号）: Mikkabi district and its surrounding area in Shizuoka Prefecture Hamamatsu City Kita Ward（Kita Ward and Kosai City, Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture）, Joint fruit selection produced in the Mikkabi District. The union members create their own tough hurdles and create them on the basis of efforts to overcome them. “Maruma Corporation, and Mikkabi Mikan Distribution Center” : It was established in 1950 - As an important factor Company Limited. At first, it started as a fruit and vegetable wholesaler in the Mikkabi area. 1974 Expansion of fruit sorting plant (2000 m2) / Introduction of optical sensor fruit sorting machine - Total production processing capacity (10t / 1hectare). 1978 Fruit sorting plant (2000 m2) will be newly added. 1979 Light-selection type mandarin orange sorting machine with a small head-Introduced a settlement system for each PC management producer etc. In the present. The exquisite balance of sweetness and acid（光センサー : 透過光;（transmitted light）, It（ refers to the light that has passed through an object, but this tomato is a beautiful product. Beer–Lambert–Bouguer law ; Pierre Bouguer（仏）, August Beer, Johann Heinrich Lambert（独） transmittance: Percentage of incident light of a specific wavelength passing through the sample. A method that stabilizes the absorption of light by substances. Fresnel equations : Fresnel coefficient; amplitude reflection coefficient; amplitude transmission coefficient And, conducted an impact survey of radioactive substances before shipping. To make a delicious mandarin orange that is delicate and full of sweetness, 25 leaves are required for each mandarin orange. Don't miss the two representative varieties of delicious oranges. And “Safety and Security” are the pride of the production area. A third-party certification system approved by Shizuoka Prefecture. Registration number : No. 617966-2-Registration date : June 20, 1963. Trademark registration number : No. 1811523-Registration date : September 27, 1985 and Registration number : No. 1811524-Registration date, September 27, 1985. Registration number : No. 2697304-Registration date : October 31, 1994. The above was confirmed by trademark registration. Affiliated company: Mikkabi Green Farm Co., Ltd. (agricultural production corporation), Business content : Research on cultivation technology, directly managed farm cultivation management, garden management agency business, Group company : Island basket wholesale of vegetables, fruits and processed products nationwide, Business content: Wholesale of vegetables, fruits and processed products nationwide. “Lake Hamana” is a great brackish lagoon in Shizuoka Prefecture. It is a commercial source of cultivated Japanese eel. 千頭峯城址, The main castle of Mitake Castle, which was the wartime castle of the Ii Family - One of the four branches of the Southern Court. Prefectural designated historic site. 大福寺庭園, Gardening during the Muromachi period - Founded as a Bankyo-ji Temple during the Heian period. Moved to the current location in 1207 and renamed Daifukuji Temple. 絹本著色普賢十羅刹女像 - Country-designated painting.金銅装笈 - Nationally designated crafts. 紙本墨書瑠璃山年録残篇 - Nationally designated ancient documents. “Typical Mount Meru” - A mountain towering in the center of the world in ancient India's view of the universe. A Pure Land Garden that emphasizes the meaning of the pure world of the Buddha, Sukhavati Pure Land. Prefectural designated scenic spot. 摩訶耶寺（Makayaji-Temple : 木造不動明王立像, Country-designated sculpture.）庭園, Estimated from the beautiful stonework to be a garden in the early Kamakura period. The oldest and most historic garden in Japan in the Tokai region. Prefectural designated scenic spot. 鵺代のマンサク群落（Nueshiro’s Witch hazel community）, It blooms in the mountains in early spring. It grows in clusters at low altitudes such as the land of Nueshiro. A natural monument designated by the prefecture on August 3, 1971. Mikkabi Sakura - The cherry blossoms in the backyard of Mr. 凛衛 Kawanishi's residence on the north shore of Lake Hamana. It was investigated in 1968 and was tentatively called “Kawanishizakura”. In 1988, Mr. Yasaka HAYASHI named after the place of planting. 浜名惣社神明宮本殿, The main shrine is an old style Itakura style（The material is cedar, which is an ancient Japanese shrine and grain warehouse : Excellent wooden construction technology.）called Seirou style. April 20, 1994 National Important Cultural Property (Building). 摂社天羽槌雄神社（Seshaamenohazuchio-jinja）, Stone used as a marker for Ten thousand times worship : Listed building. 猪久保出土銅鐸, In January 1965, a father and son who lived in Hibisawa excavated in Inokubo. Kinki style dotaku. The height is 96 cm, and Keda sukimon can be seen on both sides of the pattern. October 11, 1967 Prefectural designated tangible cultural property. Story of “Mandarin Orange”, 静岡県旅館組合引佐支部のプロモーション動画（横大路伸監督）, Multiply the daily changing social situation with a new lifestyle. Appealing hotels and inns in Mikkabi Town, Kita District, Hamamatsu City, which is struggling even with corona stagnation. To live in a changing world. A woman who thinks of her deceased mother has a conflict because she cannot accept Father's remarriage partner : Visit my sister who married an inn on the outskirts of town. How do we face the present and the future in a rapidly changing world? As economic sanctions on Russia increase due to the invasion of Ukraine, companies in Shizuoka Prefecture have stopped exporting products to Russia, following Suzuki, and Yamaha and Yamaha Motor. Yamaha, a musical instrument manufacturer headquartered in Hamamatsu City, has stopped exporting musical instruments and audio equipment to Russia due to the disruption of logistics due to the invasion of Ukraine. Yamaha Motor seems to expand the Hamamatsu Robotics Office (Toyooka Town, Kita Ward), although there are concerns such as a shortage of parts. It is a decision in the situation where major companies and industrial robot companies are stepping up to increase production one after another. Demand is expanding as a means of solving social issues such as a decrease in the working population, labor saving, and avoidance of sealing, crowding, and close contact, and it seems that the aim is to respond to the expansion of global production of semiconductors and electric vehicles. I would be happy if the Japanese economy began to show some bright signs.
The soil in Mikkabi Town, Kita Ward, Hamamatsu City is the Chichibu Paleozoic Formation. Dr. Naumann, a German geologist famous for "Elephas naumanni", was invited by the government to become the first geologist at the University of Tokyo in 1877. He visited Chichibu in 1878, the year after his appointment. At this time, it was a survey from Chichibu to Nagano, Yamanashi, and Kanagawa prefectures, and it seems that they also stayed at Mikkabi-juku and Mikkabi Shrine in Mikkabi. After that, Bunjiro Koto, the most disciple of Naumann. KOTO reported piemontite schist for the first time in the world in 1888, and Senichi OTSUKA (graduated from the Department of Geology, Imperial University Science University in 1887. In his graduation thesis, summarizes the geological survey of the Kanto region), Chichibu Paleozoic stratum, "Chichibu Basin". It has a red color called (name), and it is said to be suitable for mandarin orange cultivation because it drains well and it is easy to control fertilizer. This seems to be the basis for producing this excellent agricultural product that can be enjoyed with a taste different from that of mandarin oranges from other production areas.
The longer the mandarin oranges are grown, the more ripe they are and the more delicious the fruits are. Maruma's "ripening" is to slowly grow the tree until the fruit is fully ripe, delay the start from the practice collection in the area by about half a month, and then start collecting the fruit after collecting the deliciousness of the fruit. It seems. Overwintering citrus fruits are not harvested in winter, but by delaying the harvest and ripening on the tree, the sugar content increases and it seems to become a deeply sweet Deko Tangor. Discerning cultivation that has been carefully passed through the years one by one. However, it seems that the cultivation of overwintering oranges is always next to the risk. It seems that it takes a lot of time and effort to produce fruit for a long period of time, such as frost damage and pest damage such as fruit drop and birds during aging. In addition, long-term aging bears the burden on the tree itself. It seems that it will also lead to calling.
Kunio Matsui, general manager of Maruma Co., Ltd., which continues to contribute to Japanese agriculture, said: I think the motivation to work is all about feeling the joy of being useful to others. We have been walking since our founding in 1950 with the mission of the company to "help farmers". Maruma, the name given by the founder's predecessor, is now the title of deliciousness that was built up with farmers. In order for farmers to feel the original fun of agriculture, and to let farmers experience the richness of the farm economy as truly rich, the rewardingness of agriculture is even more rewarding for farmers. With the desire to be tasted, Maruma always leads the times and creates new distribution.