Sakura Strawberries

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White in win­ter, with a dab of blush in spring, aptly named sakura strawberries hail from Karatsu in Saga pre­fec­ture, and are sim­i­lar to other white va­ri­eties, in­clud­ing snow rab­bit (yuki us­agi) and fruit of the an­gel (ten­shi no mi). Its dis­tinc­tive pale flesh – a re­sult of re­stricted sun­light – is juicy with an in­tense sweet aroma and a mild tart­ness. There is more to this fruit than meets the eye.

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