Japanese Honeybee Honey

On the South East coast of Awaji Island runs the Yuzuraha mountain range. At a modest height averaging around 600 meters, this mountain range is paradise to the wild native Japanese honeybee.

Rich in native bush and abandoned *Naruto* orange groves, these mountains provide an all-year-round floral bouquet for honeybees. Feasting on over 300 flowers throughout the year from Wild Sakura trees and mountain *Tsubaki* Camellia during the winter months letting, these honeybees make some of the best honey in Japan.