#tripaway Okinawa is infamous for its peach. Why not trying momo plucking while travel? Momo is peaches in Japanese. I thought the momo tree would be as tall as mangosteen tree but it wasn’t. It’s only as small as rose apple (Jambu air) tree and the momo is easy to be plucked. Just choose the biggest one and pull it gently. At the farm, we can taste two momos each. Yummy!! The momos are cream and red in colours and their taste are sweeter than sweets. I had never tasted momo all my life. I was so happy that we could bring the momos we plucked home as they have to be kept for 2-3 days before the fully ripe and ready to be eaten.