Spring, when the countryside is moistened with the pure water of melted snow, is the season of rice planting, when rice is planted in rice paddies. The appearance of small seedlings being planted methodically in broad rice fields is a seasonal tradition of Japan. During the half-year from this day until harvesting, rice producers spare no time or effort in nurturing the rice and protecting it from pests and changes in the weather, including typhoons. Fall, the season of rice harvesting, when the ears lower their heads, loaded with grain, and gleam golden. The rice plants that were cultivated carefully and with great care are harvested, and Japan’s delicious rice comes into being.
- Pasta / Rice / Grains