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  • Among his organic vegetables, Mr. Arima grows his own breed of koshihikari rice that he's determined through trial and simmering to be "better than Italian."

    Risotto Rising

  • The two exchanges list yen-denominated contracts, with deliverable grades including "koshihikari," a popular rice brand grown in Japan.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • The two exchanges will list yen-denominated contracts, with deliverable grades including "koshihikari," a popular rice brand grown in Japan.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Even if the soil recovers, farmers in Fukushima prefecture — known for the light and sticky "koshihikari" strain of rice preferred by many Japanese — face another problem.

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • Even if the soil recovers, farmers in Fukushima prefecture - known for the light and sticky "koshihikari" strain of rice preferred by many Japanese - face another problem.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Masuda Noboru, stomping around his own rice paddy in Omaezaki, where he planted koshihikari rice on 2,818 square meters in April.

    AMPONTAN

  • He said he also felt a particular responsibility because Fukui is the home of koshihikari rice.

    AMPONTAN

  • "shari" is the finest quality "koshihikari" brand On the other hand toro is a junk food for low income earners The fish is recycled and instead of rice, barley or minced pasta is used

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  • Harvests of this rice variety from Uonuma in Niigata Prefecture is among the most expensive rice sold in Japan.

    February 8, 2010