Rice in Japan お米

  • Published on : 07/12/2017
  • by : I.D.O. / A.B.
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History, rites and cuisine

Rice is a staple ingredient of Japanese cuisine, and has been cultivated for over 2,000 years in Japan. Look back on its history and its place in Japanese culture.

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