Seto Tangor Tangor
Tangor 'Seto' has Japanese origin and it's a cross of Unshiu tangerine 'Sugiyama' and orange 'Washington' ('Trovita') that was bred in 1946 and released to public in 1971. It is mostly grown in the Seto region, Hiroshima prefecture and is earlier than 'Owari' that is maternal variety to 'Sugiyama'. Tangor 'Seto' also share certain similar characteristics with tangor 'Kuno'. Its fruit is however bigger, less flattened and has thinner, smoother rind. The pulp is also more delicious.