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Japanese rice is highly appreciated for its quality, creating a trust for consumers from seeding, and planting to harvesting.


Japan is renowned for its modern and hygienic agricultural practices, as well as its hardworking, diligent, and meticulous population. As a result, Japan produces a variety of delectable and appealing rice that has a strong following among consumers across the world when exported.

Rice plays an incredibly significant role in Japanese culture and cuisine. It is the primary staple in everyday meals and serves as a source of national cultural identity. Whether one wishes to explore Japanese cuisine in depth or organize a sushi party, learning the basics of rice is the first step.

Moreover, rice serves as a driving force behind the Japanese economy.

Nutritional value

Japanese rice is a rich source of essential nutrients that promote good health. Consuming Japanese rice can help one feel full for a longer period.

The Nutritional Value of Japanese Rice

  • Carbohydrates 79.1%
  • Protein (protein): 6.41%
  • Lipids (fats) 0.7%
  • Energy: 348 kcal / 100g
  • Humidity: 13.5%

Furthermore, Japanese rice is packed with antioxidants, energy-generating minerals, and other nutrients that support the immune system and regulate blood sugar levels.

Incorporating Japanese rice into one's diet can help increase the body's resistance, maintain the health of the nervous system, and promote healthy joints.

The Best Way to Store Japanese Rice for Optimal Preservation

Japanese rice is not only delicious, but it also has a long shelf life. To keep it fresh, store the rice in a cool and dry place. After opening the bag, seal it tightly or transfer the rice to an airtight container to prevent insects from entering.

How to Cook Japanese Rice for Maximum Flavor

Japanese rice is milled in a way that retains a high amount of bran, making it rich in nutrients that promote good health. In addition to using it for daily meals, Japanese rice is often used to make porridge for babies and the elderly.

Due to its high adhesion, Japanese rice is ideal for making sushi, rice balls, and other dishes that require the rice to stick together. It is also commonly used to make sake, rice vinegar, traditional rice cakes (wagashi), and mochi. These dishes become even more delicious and attractive when processed using Japanese rice.

How to buy Japanese rice in Japan

At Asiamart we sell 2 types of Japanese rice, which are JAPANESE RICE INAKA 田舎のお米 (10kg) and JAPANESE RICE IRAHO 稲穂のきらめき (5kg). Both of these types have high nutritional value and are delicious to eat. When you buy from 30kg will get free shipping*.

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Phone: 080-3829-7094
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