Miyagi Prefecture is located in the southeastern part of the Tohoku region, with the Pacific Ocean to the east and the Ou Mountains to the west, and the fertile Sendai Plain in between. Rice paddies account for one-sixth of the prefecture's area.
It is one of Japan's leading rice-growing areas. In Ishinomaki City, a representative breadbasket in Miyagi Prefecture, raw materials are cultivated by limited producers for rice. We are also working on the Agricultural Production Management Process (GAP) and have obtained Asia GAP (brown rice) and JGAP (polished rice) certifications. I am getting
Hitomebore: It is a well-balanced rice with just the right amount of stickiness and lightness and is domestically produced. Its production volume is second only to Koshihikari, making it one of the more popular varieties.