Subarashii Kudamono Asian Pears

Gift-worthy, Sumo-Sized Asian Pears
Subarashii Kudamono Asian Pears
Maisie wilhelm
INSANELY refreshing and crisp, these pears knocked our socks off. I used to work for a Michelin-starred chef who would receive a box of these jewels each year at Christmas. I didn't get why he was so giddy to receive them until I had a bite. Snappier and juicier than any pear you've tried, these are a remarkable and unique fruit and make for a GREAT GIFT ITEM!
Maisie Wilhelm - The Margaret Mead of food

If you’ve never had a real Asian Pear, you’re in for an INCREDIBLE treat. These aren’t your typical supermarket pear. Relatively unknown and underrated (though they’ve been around for thousands of years), Asian pears are prized by chefs and those in the know. Grown by Subarashii Kudamono (“Wonderful Fruit” in Japanese) in Pennsylvania, they are admired for their SUPER CRISP taste and firmness — not to mention their large size. STOCK UP NOW because the growing season ends soon!

An American businessman traveling in Japan first tasted Asian Pears in the 1970s and was so enchanted, he carried home the seeds for his wife—a botanist!—to plant in their backyard, starting the farm.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Move over, Harry & David. *The Washington Post* calls these ones the "Perfect Asian pears." Local Pennsylvania and Philly.com have long been touting the fine qualities of these exotic beauties.

Subarashii Kudamono Asian Pears

Gift-worthy, Sumo-Sized Asian Pears

If you’ve never had a real Asian Pear, you’re in for an INCREDIBLE treat. These aren’t your typical supermarket pear. Relatively unknown and underrated (though they’ve been around for thousands of years), Asian pears are prized by chefs and those in the know. Grown by Subarashii Kudamono (“Wonderful Fruit” in Japanese) in Pennsylvania, they are admired for their SUPER CRISP taste and firmness — not to mention their large size. STOCK UP NOW because the growing season ends soon!

An American businessman traveling in Japan first tasted Asian Pears in the 1970s and was so enchanted, he carried home the seeds for his wife—a botanist!—to plant in their backyard, starting the farm.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Move over, Harry & David. *The Washington Post* calls these ones the "Perfect Asian pears." Local Pennsylvania and Philly.com have long been touting the fine qualities of these exotic beauties.