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Brown Rice with Ancient Rice

We added ancient rice to brown rice.
Ancient rice is a type of rice that has inherited the characteristics of wild rice, the original species of rice.
Ancient rice plant has a characteristic of spilling out by itself when it is harvested, and because it grows taller, the ancient rice plant easily falls down, so it does not produce as much rice as today’s improved rice.

There are many different types of ancient rice.
Red rice is rice that has a red pigment (tannin) in its bran. Compared to modern white rice, red rice is rich in protein and various vitamins and minerals.
Black rice has a purple-black pigment (anthocyanin). Compared to modern white rice, black rice has higher levels of protein, vitamins B1 and B2, niacin, iron, calcium, and magnesium. The pigment anthocyanin is said to be effective in protecting blood vessels, preventing arteriosclerosis, preventing aging, and inhibiting carcinogenesis.
Green rice is the one that contains the most chlorophyll. It is also rich in zinc, magnesium and fiber, and is said to be effective in blood cleansing and mental stability.

Green rice
Red rice
Black rice
Sprouted brown rice

Product Details

NamePackaged rice (brown rice with ancient rice)
IngredientsBrown rice (Japan), Red rice (Japan), Black rice (Japan), Green rice (Japan), Sprouted brown rice (Japan), Sea salt (Awaji Island in Japan)
Shelf life1 year from the date of manufacture (Store at room temperature away from direct sunlight)
Storage MethodStore at room temperature away from direct sunlight, high temperatures, high humidity, and strong odors.
DistributorRaito Inc.
2-12-6 Nishi Ikuta, Tama-ku, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture
Salt equivalent0.43g
Nutrition Facts (3.52oz)

Additive-free, germ-free, no preservatives or additives.
It is an environmentally friendly, next-generation food that can be stored at room temperature.
※Please note that the product becomes hot just after heating.

Delicious Way to Eat

It can be eaten as is, but it tastes even better when warmed.

Using a microwave (500-600W)

Make a few holes or cuts in the inner bag and heat for about 1 minute to 1 minute and 30 seconds.

Using hot water

Put the inner bag directly into boiling water and heat it for about 3 to 4 minutes.

Please be careful, it will be hot just after heating.