FARMER NOBUHIKO KUROSAWA
Rice&'s Yumegokochi is harvested in Yamagata Prefecture in the Tohoku region of Honshu by farmer Nobuhiko Kurosawa. Yumegokochi translates to “dream feeling,” which reflects the delightfully sweet taste of this incredibly sticky rice. Yume Gokochi, produced in 2006, won the gold medal at the annual Japanese Taste Appraisal Contest.
This low amylose rice was selected and cultivated from Koshihikari cultivars. The names comes from the fact that Yume Gokochi is delicious enough to make you dream after eating it.
ORGANIC RECYCLING | MINIMAL USE OF CHEMICAL
Organic recycling is the process of using leftover organic matter. By circulating straw after harvest as compost, we avoid obstacles of continuous cropping and reduce the need for chemical fertilizers.