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Yamada Nishiki

Yamada Nishiki (Japanese: 山田錦) is a short-grain Japanese rice famous for its use in high-quality sake. It is particularly desired by sake brewers for its ability to absorb water and dissolve easily.

'Yamada Nishiki'
SpeciesOryza sativa
Hybrid parentage'Yamadaho' × 'Tankan wataribune'
Cultivar'Yamada Nishiki'
OriginJapan, 1936

Yamada Nishiki is the most commonly grown sake rice (sakamai). In 1923, Yamada Nishiki was created by crossing Yamadaho and Tankanwataribune. In 1936, the rice was named Yamada Nishiki. This special rice is mainly grown in Hyogo-ken, its original area, but also Okayama-ken and Fukuoka-ken.

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  2. "Rijst". Sake.nl. Archived from the original on 2007-01-06.

Yamada Nishiki
Yamada Nishiki Language Watch Edit Yamada Nishiki Japanese 山田錦 is a short grain Japanese rice famous for its use in high quality sake It is particularly desired by sake brewers for its ability to absorb water and dissolve easily Yamada Nishiki SpeciesOryza sativaHybrid parentage Yamadaho Tankan wataribune Cultivar Yamada Nishiki OriginJapan 1936 Yamada Nishiki is the most commonly grown sake rice sakamai In 1923 Yamada Nishiki was created by crossing Yamadaho and Tankanwataribune 1 In 1936 the rice was named Yamada Nishiki This special rice is mainly grown in Hyogo ken its original area but also Okayama ken and Fukuoka ken 2 See also EditJapanese rice Japanese cuisine ShōchuReferences Edit Japanese Rijst Sake nl Archived from the original on 2007 01 06 This agriculture article is a stub You can help Wikipedia by expanding it vte This food ingredient related article is a stub You can help Wikipedia by expanding it vte Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Yamada Nishiki amp oldid 1041016814, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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