The beginning was
ONE teaspoon of kiwi seeds
In 1976, I met kiwi in American life. At that time, it was in the examination stage in the US. It is brown and hairy, emerald green inside.
It was a touch I had never experienced before. I did not get permission to bring back to Japan with young tree, but my friend gave me a teaspoon of kiwi seeds.
In Japan, in order to do agriculture with passion, we needed something new that was not tied to the existing constitution.
Let's grow kiwi. There are Curiosity, nastyness, and a spirit of challenge to new things.
My farm grow up to the largest kiwi farm in Japan, develops 80 types, 1000 trees, and more than 50 types of new varieties.