Tea and rice. Are there any two agricultural products more characteristic of Japan? Even most Japanese would agree: if you have tea and if you have rice, you'll never be hungry. Of course, these days it's not just about being hungry but about finding new, exciting ways to enjoy these fine staples and the Tea-Flavored Rice is surely the obvious (and successful) combination we've long waited for.
Using tea grown in Shizuoka, one of Japan's two main tea-producing regions, the Tea-Flavored Rice is a pack of two in a choice of two flavors: plain ryokucha (green tea) and hojicha (roasted tea) with a more smoky aroma. Use it with rice steamed in a rice maker or pot, with sushi, or with any other Japanese dish you can think of and enjoy the interplay of the two flavors. Add the sophisticated packaging and it probably doesn't get any more Japanese than this!
The Tea-Flavored Rice features: