Okuizumo Nitamai Rice 2kg

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Okuizumo Nitamai Rice 2kg
出雲国 仁多米 こしひかり 2kg

Okuizumo Nitamai rice is a high-quality short-grain rice that is grown in the Okuizumo area of Shimane Prefecture, Japan. This region is known for its fertile soil and ideal climate for growing rice, and Okuizumo Nitamai rice is considered one of the finest varieties of Japanese rice.

One of the key features is its texture. The rice grains are plump, slightly sticky, and have a slightly sweet flavour that is unique to this variety. It is often used for making sushi, as well as a variety of other traditional Japanese dishes, such as onigiri (rice balls), donburi (rice bowls), and ochazuke (rice with tea).

Okuizumo Nitamai rice is highly regarded by rice connoisseurs in Japan, and is often considered one of the best types of Japanese rice. Its unique texture and flavour make it a popular choice for making sushi and other traditional dishes, and it is often sought after by restaurants and home cooks alike.


  • Origin: Japan
  • Size: 2kg
  • Units Per Case: 5
  • Packaging Material: Paper
  • Manufacturer: Okuizumo Nitamai Co., Ltd.
  • Cuisine: Japanese


  • Rice.


  Per 100g
Energy 1470kj/350kcal
Fat 3g
- of which saturates --g
Carbohydrate 74g
- of which sugar --g
Protein 7g
Salt 0g

Please note: As this product is imported from Japan, the best before date may be printed in the Japanese date format YY/MM/DD. If you are unsure, please contact us.

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Japanese Rice

Japanese rice fall into two categories – uruchimai and mochigome – both of which are important in Japanese cuisine.