Farmer Takuya Kawamura's HITOMEBORE 1kg (2.2lb)

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FARMER TAKUYA KAWAMURA

Rice&'s Hitomebore rice is harvested in Iwate Prefecture in the Tohoku region of Honshu by farmer Takuya Kawamura. Hitomebore rice has a well-balanced and gentle taste, which pairs perfectly with just about any food and is delicious enough to be enjoyed hot or cold.

Hitomebore is well-balanced with a gentle taste that pairs will a variety of dishes. From simply seasoned dishes to standard Japanese fare such as grilled fish, Hitomebore is the ideal rice. It can be paired with many ingredients and tastes. Because it's delicious even when cold, Hitomebore is perfect for making onigiri with and using in bento.

When cooked, Hitomebore is plump with a chewy texture. Additionally, it has an exceptional balance between the five qualities rice is graded on: stickiness, sweetness, luster, umami, and aroma. In other words, Hitomebore is an almighty rice.

LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT

The fluffy texture and moderate stickiness of Hitomebore will make you fall in love as soon as you taste them, so the rice was named "love at first sight." Created at the Furukawa Agricultural Experiment Station in Miyagi Prefecture, Hitomebore is a combination of Koshihikari and Hatsuboshi that has been around since 1991. It's not the second largest variety in Japan after Koshihikari.

GENTLE TASTE THAT PAIRS WITH A VARIETY OF DISHES

Hitomebore is well-balanced with a gentle taste that pairs will a variety of dishes. From simply seasoned dishes to standard Japanese fare such as grilled fish, Hitomebore is the ideal rice. It can be paired with many ingredients and tastes. Because it's delicious even when cold, Hitomebore is perfect for making onigiri with and using in bento.

When cooked, Hitomebore is plump with a chewy texture. Additionally, it has an exceptional balance between the five qualities rice is graded on: stickiness, sweetness, luster, umami, and aroma. In other words, Hitomebore is an almighty rice.