Ehime Prefecture, where Matsuyama is located, is one of the best citrus producing areas in Japan and has the reputation of being the kingdom of citrus. 10 Factory is a specialty store focusing on citrus. In addition to a variety of citrus juices, you can also taste a variety of citrus products, as well as citrus ice cream with different sweetness and sourness. There is a branch in Taohe Hot Spring Street and Matsuyama Castle Cable Car Station.
In the shops on both sides of Matsuyama Street, it is easy to see oranges and orange-flavored juices, because Matsuyama is the largest producer of oranges in Japan, and there are quite a variety of oranges here. And this 10 factory is an orange juice specialty store. The juice in it is dazzling. There are small bottles and large bottles. Each variety has the level of sweetness and sourness. Do you like sweet or you like it? If you eat sour, you can choose the most suitable one.
From Dogo Onsen Station to Dogo Onsen Street, the entrance is this 10 factory that specializes in Ehime juice. The whole shop is in the colors of yellow, orange, and orange, which makes people like it very much. There are more than forty varieties of citrus in Ehime Prefecture, and this shop specializes in citrus juice. Different varieties of juice also have different shades of orange, with different acidity and sweetness. When buying, don't just look at the packaging, whether you like it or not, but also carefully look at the label introduction next to it, which clearly identifies the sweetness and sourness rating.
The orange juice here is quite good, very high-quality and delicious!
The oranges in Matsuyama Ehime Prefecture are very famous. When we were walking in Dogo Onsen Street, we saw a shop called 10 factory. This shop sells all chess pieces from Matsuyama Ehime Prefecture, including orange juice, jam, dried orange, orange ice cream, etc. And other peripheral products. Moreover, according to different orange varieties, we have made a very detailed classification. From the different colors on the photo bottles, you can see the fineness of the Japanese. We tried the orange-flavored ice cream in this store, and there are also different varieties. I can't even name the specific ice cream, but it does taste quite refreshing. However, Japanese people love to eat sweets. We feel that some of its sweetness is too high and the taste is not real enough.