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英語で: Japanese visitors to Europe are always exquisitely polite when asked about Japanese food (sushi) served in Europe, mostly commenting that the rice is different. This is very true, since most Japanese rice production is consumed right here in Japan, forcing many sushi-eaters in Europe to make do with Japanese-style rice from either Italy or California. From the north of Japan, hitomebore is a premium variety which is more suitable for growing in the colder climate here and tastes excellent both plain or sprinkled with furikake, a mix which usually includes some fish and seaweed.

Japanese: 日本のごはんがあんまりありませんから、ヨーロッパにカリフォルニアのとイタリアのつかいます。日本のごはんのほうがいいです。


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