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Honey Aojiru
They Made the Bad Taste Easier to Have
Date:14, Nov, 2012
Investigated and Written by Misaka Youhei
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Tastes bad, one more please! What do these words remind you? It is aojiru. They squeeze some green vegetable like kale and the juice is called aojiru in Japan. That has been popular as a sort of Japanese health foods for a long time.

A late famous manga artist who created Sazae-san, Hasegawa Machiko had drunk it by her choice. And also they say Darvish Yu, a popular baseball player who belongs to Texas Rangers, likes aojiru. The examples tell you how long Japanese have had it and how wide it has spread.


Honey Aojiru by Q'sai
Ingredients: Honey, Kale
Price: Open
Then, when was it made for the first time?

Aojiru was developed in 1943. A Japanese doctor in Okayama, Endo Nirou did. He had tried to create kind of supplement and his wife named it aojiru. Then, it had spread in Kyusyu.

What made aojiru known all over Japan? The answer is a TV commercial that said the words, Tastes bad, one more please! These were said by Yana Nobuo in the commercial by Q'sai a company producing aojiru.

Q'sai has launched many kinds of aojiru. And among their products, Honey Aojiru has cut a figure lately. It is made from just kale and honey. Naturally it is good for you. You know, honey makes it pretty easy to drink.

As JA Kanazawa started to develop a mixture drink of kinji-sou and aojiru last month, it is still on the way as a kind of health foods. Not only Q'sai, various makers produce and launch various sorts of aojiru. So why not try to find your favorite aojiru for your health?



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