This special fruit gets the name ‘Miyazaki’ from the city in Japan primarily where they are grown and harvested. One mango weighs about 350 grams, which is rich in antioxidants, beta-carotene, and folic acid. Also, these mangoes are grown during the peak harvest season that falls between the months of April and August.
The Miyazaki mangoes are dubbed as one the most costly fruits in the world and are found in just a handful of countries. This unique Japanese Miyazaki, a variety of mango that is sold at around Rs 2.70 lakh per kilogram in the international market. The Miyazaki mangoes are dubbed as one of the most costly fruits in the world and are found in just a handful of countries, including Bangladesh, Indonesia, the Philippines. The saplings require warm weather and long hours of sunshine before they grow into a full-sized tree that is also known as Taiyo-no-Tamago in Miyazaki, Japan.