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Available for a very limited time! 


For many centuries, the Japanese have been making "hoshigaki" , or dried hachiya persimmons using a very careful, time consuming traditional method of peeling, hanging, and gently massaging the fruit for nearly a month until natural sugars coat the skin. This technique results in a true delicacy; sweet with sublte spices, chewy and tender. 

  • Storage Tips

    This dried fruit can be kept in a cool, dry place. Avoid heat or moisture. Can also be frozen. 

  • Pricing

    *Price listed is per pound. 

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