Varieties of rice
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A high-quality variety with good flavor, grown in large areas of Japan from the Tohoku region to Okinawa Prefecture.
A high-yielding and easy-to-grow variety with a taste similar to Koshihikari.
A cold-resistant variety that inherited its taste from Koshihikari.
A variety that has overcome Hitomebore’s vulnerability to rice blast while inheriting its taste
A high-quality variety with good flavor whose plants are short and less likely to fall.
A highly appreciated rice variety that inherited the taste of Koshihikari.
A high-quality variety with good flavor whose plants are less likely to fall.
A variety with good flavor and resistance to cold but with slightly lower yields.