Akitakomachi was first grown in Akita prefecture in 1975. Though originally derived from Koshihikari, it is less sticky and has a higher moisture content. And because it retains cohesion even when cold, Akitakomachi is suitable for foods such as sushi and onigiri.
- Weight: 2kg
- Manufacturer: Oobatake Farm
- Origin: Misato, Akita Prefecture, Japan
- Crop Year: 2023