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Niigata Koshiibuki -新潟 こしいぶき- 2021 Crop

$15.99 $16.99
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Production area: Shibata City, Niigata, Japan

Producer: Multiple producers


"Japanese Mayor Shibata's top choice.”Produced ONLY in Niigata - this is a rare rice variety.
Compared with Koshihikari, it's general stickiness is less, it's grains stand one by one from the moment of cooking, having a very firm texture.
It's sweetness level is slightly lower.

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4.9 Based on 19 Reviews
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11/14/2022
Anonymous
United States
I recommend this product

Tasty

My family loves the rice. They eat a lot!

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11/14/2022
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

What a fresh and tasty rice!!

This was my first purchase from The rice factory. I’m so glad that my friend recommended to me. I like soft and sticky side of rice like you eat in Japan. I really liked this rice. I couldn’t find this type of rice in stores in New York. They mostly get tougher and harder especially next day. I will definitely recommend this and I will get it again!

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11/14/2022
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

Koshiibuki

Not too soft, sticky. Very tasty rice. Good for onigiri, sushi, rice curry all kinds of recipe.

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11/07/2022
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

Totally Happy

Everything is always perfect. We love the rice. We moved from Connecticut to North Carolina and we can’t any good rice here. So happy you have a website and are shipping to other other states.

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11/07/2022
Chiho K.
United States United States
I recommend this product

So good!!

Soft and silky, moisture. Just perfect. I’m so glad I could get those nice Japanese rice here in the U.S.