Read the exclusive English translation of the book here from 16 July 2010 (24 chapters/weeks)

Wed 30 Jun 2010 · 6 comments

In Aomori, Japan, Mr. Akinori Kimura (after years of determination and trial and error) now miraculously grows delicious MIRACLE APPLES completely organically, in harmony with nature, without the use of pesticides or fertilizers.

Yoko Ono says: “Miracle Apples do not deteriorate, since there is nothing bad in them. I think that’s how our bodies could be if we didn’t have any poison in them. If his method is used to raise fruits and vegetables, it will save our children, our grand children, and us, from getting unnecessary illness. That’s why I call this book a revolution. I hope you will feel the same.”

Read the rest of Yoko’s introduction here.

Read the Foreward by Shūhei Shibata, programme director at NHK, who first made a TV documentary about Akinori Kimura.

And read the Prologue by MIRACLE APPLES author, Takuji Ishikawa.


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Akinori Kimura’s MIRACLE APPLES

Written by Takuji Ishikawa.
English translation by Bob Heffill

Presented and sponsored by YOKO ONO
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sharon cobb July 3, 2010 at 5:10 pm

Currently have your remater press release up and will follow up next week with the apples. Peace and love sharon


Petra Segraves July 4, 2010 at 5:40 am

Beautiful story!
And we thought we can outsmart nature by interference with- and manipulation of the environment. We spent decades and millions creating our “improved” nature just to realize, that it was perfect in the first place….


RoughAcres February 15, 2011 at 5:43 pm

Thank you for sharing this with us. The truth my ancestors knew instinctively — that we are all part of one huge organism — needs to be rediscovered all over the Earth.


Liz Lowell January 17, 2012 at 12:30 pm

Thank you for sharing this book with us all 🙂 . It seems a very interesting read and I am going to check it straight away.

Keep up the good work 🙂


Jim Little Nursery $ farms June 18, 2014 at 6:17 am



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