Fukuokasanchi no Umakamon

Fukuokasanchi no Umakamon

What is “umakamon”?

Fukuoka City supports agricultural, forestry, and fishery products and foods produced in Fukuoka City as “Fukuokasanchi no Umakamon”, which can be translated as “Fukuoka Delicious Products.” This website introduces businesses that provide and sell “Umakamon” products. Please enjoy the natural blessings of Fukuoka City.

The Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishery Industries of Fukuoka

Although Fukuoka City has a population of over 1.6 million, it is a compact city with abundant nature and a delicious food culture. Within Fukuoka City, various crops, mainly vegetables and flowers and also rice are grown. A diverse range of fishing is carried out in Hakata Bay, and delicious seafood is delivered fresh to consumers in the central part of the city.

Introducing Fukuoka’s proud “umakamon” products

  • Amanatsu (sweet summer orange)

    April to June

  • Rice

    October, November

  • Katsuo-na (a green leafy vegetable)

    January, February, December

  • Shungiku (chrysanthemum greens)

    January, February, October to December, all year

  • Daikon radish

    January, February, November, December

  • Turnips

    January, February, December

  • Cabbage

    January to March, November, December

  • Broccoli

    January to March, November, December

  • Spinach

    All year round

  • Komatsuna (Japanese mustard spinach)

    All year round

  • Asparagus

    February to May

  • Tomatoes

    All year round

  • Welsh onions

    All year round

  • Spring onions

    All year round

  • Grapes

    July to September

  • Hakata European vegetables

    Depends on vegetable

  • Tea leaves

    April, May

  • Hakata free-range chicken

    All year round

  • Konosiro fish

    March to December

  • Sea bass

    March to December

  • Sea bream

    April to December

  • Yellowtail

    May to December

  • Kawahagi filefish

    November to February

  • Spanish mackerel

    September to January

  • Flounder

    February, March, August

  • Squid

    All year round

  • Shrimp

    May to December

  • Crab

    All year round

  • Abalone

    July, August

  • Turban shells

    December to October

  • Nori seaweed

    From December

  • Wakame seaweed

    March, April