Japanese rice

There are many types of Japanese rice. We are pleased to help you find the rice that suits you.

Milky Queen

Rather chewy

Milky Queen is a relatively new type of rice, created by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries' new rice development project.


It has a chewy texture similar to glutinous rice and is so sweet that you don't need any side dishes.



It is also needed tips on how to cook. The trick is to cook the rice with 10% or 15% less water than usual.


Of course, the chewy type represented by Koshihikari that everyone knows well. Japanese rice is really delicious.

Akita Komachi

Well balanced

Akitakomachi is perfect for those who like well-balanced taste and texture. It has a good balance of sweetness, stickiness, and softness, and is characterized by its mild taste.


Akitakomachi, which can be said to be the best of other varieties, is perfect for those who are unsure of which rice to choose. With its versatile texture and flavor, it goes well with any kind of dish.


The beauty of the freshly cooked luster will increase your appetite, and cold rice also attract you, too.


Rather crispy

Hokkaido's representative brand "Nanatsuboshi" is moderately sweet and light rice.

*Nanatsuboshi means the Plough (or the big dipper).


Many local sushi restaurants in Hokkaido use this rice.


This rice is characterized by



Tenacity discreet



It has the perfect characteristics for sushi rice.


I am proud that the day will  come soon when it will replace 'Sasasiki', the representative sushi rice right now.

Brands used by Japanese professionals and recommended by us

Hakodate Fukkurinko

Fukkurinko, which has been used as an in-flight meal, is as the name suggests, it has a plump appearance and is glossy, which will whet the appetite.


Due to its slightly sticky and sweet taste, it is said to be an excellent accompaniment to onigiri (rice balls) and Japanese food (Washoku) in general, especially seafood-based dishes. It is distributed all over the country and is known as the rice of the professional purveyor.


We believe this is the best in terms of cost performance!

Niigata koshiibuki

"Koshiibuki" was born by crossing "Hitomebore" and "Domannaka", both of which have Koshihikari rice as a parent. Taste, flavor, aroma, and stickiness are well-knowned.


Only one used in Niigata Prefecture. This rice is characterized by moderate stickiness and elasticity. They are used safe and secure brown rice that has cleared strict quality standards.


Most of the sushi restaurants in Niigata Prefecture use this rice.


*The bag at the time of sale will be transparent and plain vacuum packaging.

Other rice and related products

European rice

Spanish rice grown with reduced pesticides  Minori rice 


Ready to eat

Just put it in the microwave or put it in a pot and boil it. You can eat delicious Japanese rice.