Japan Rice and Rice Industry Export Promotion Association

Stand: 2121
  • | Artisan / Speciality / Fine
  • | Free-from
  • | Vegan
  • | Vegetarian
  • | Japanese
  • | Pasta / Rice / Grains
  • | Association
  • | Dry / Canned / Bottled Goods
  • | Food & Drink (Goods)
  • | Wine
Japan Rice and Rice Industry Export Promotion Association

The Japan Rice and Rice Industry Export Promotion Association (JRE) is delighted to present high quality Japanese rice and rice related products at Speciality & Fine Food Fair 2022.

JRE is a non-profit organisation which conducts market development investigations and sales promotion activities related to the export of rice and rice related products as well as activities to build awareness and disseminate Japanese food culture.

You can find the products of companies below in the pavilion:

Exhibiting Company

Amabuki Shuzo Co. Ltd. (Sake)

https://www.amabuki.co.jp/en/

Hakutsuru SAKE Brewing Co.,Ltd.    (Sake)

https://www.hakutsuru-sake.com/global/eu/

Morihaku Confectionary LTD.  (Rice Cracker)
https://morihaku.co.jp/eng/

Nagoya Shokuryo Co.,Ltd. (Rice, Rice Flour)

https://www.group-kyowa.com/

Namisato Corporation (Rice Flour)

https://www.namisato.co.jp/en/

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  • 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 meth ...
  • Sake brewing begins with producing brewer”s rice, the rice for making sake. After harvesting and undergoing safety tests, extraneous materials and colors as well as malformed rice are removed, giving ...
  • “Rice crackers,” a confection using high quality Japanese rice, created by the Japanese seasons and the diligence of Japanese people. Steamed non-glutinous rice is cooked aromatically, and “senbei,” w ...
  • Rice flour is simply the powder created from ground up Japanese rice. For centuries, this rice flour has traditionally been used for Japanese sweets, “Wagashi,” and rice crackers, “Senbei.” As younger ...
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