Japanese Persimmons

Japanese Persimmons taste so good, it is like between a sweet juicy peach and a fuji apple.

Japanese persimmons, also known as kaki, are a type of fruit native to China that is widely cultivated in Japan and other parts of Asia. They have a round or oval shape and a bright orange skin that is thin and smooth. The flesh of the fruit is soft and juicy, with a sweet, slightly tangy flavor. Japanese persimmons are high in fiber and rich in nutrients, including vitamin C, beta-carotene, and potassium. They are typically eaten fresh, but can also be used in cooking and baking. In Japan, persimmons are a popular autumn fruit and are often given as gifts during this time of year.