-Available for 2kg & 5kg-
The name Koshihikari means “light of Koshi”. Koshi is an old province located within Niigata prefecture, and is a stretch of land along the coast of the sea of Japan. Hikari, which means light, refers to the grain’s polish and beautiful translucence. It is especially loved for its sweet butty taste and slightly sticky texture, making it best suited for Sushi. Try yourself this Koshihikari grown in Niigata Prefecture, and you will see the difference from the rice you have ever eaten!