Noto tanadamai is “Koshihikari” rice cultivated in terraced paddy fields in the Northern Noto area using an environmentally and ecologically friendly special cultivation method (chemical fertilizers and synthetic pesticides reduced by more than 50%). Rice cultivated in the paddies surrounded by mountains and the sea of Japan experiences a great temperature difference between day and night. It matures slowly, providing a true rice taste. The Noto Peninsula’s Sato-yama-sato-umi was certified as the first Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System in Japan. In order to pass on the precious terraced paddy fields in Noto to the next generations, part of the profits from sales is used for preservation activities.
Year-round shipping (newly harvested rice is shipped from late September to early October)