The Katsunuma area has a long history of cultivating grapes, and in the Edo period the grapes were offered to travelers at the Katsunuma Post Town. Over time Katsunuma became well known for its grapes. There are currently over 140 varieties of grapes, including a variety called "Koshu", which is the oldest variety in Japan. The grapes are both eaten and used to make wine.

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