I really like glutinous rice called “Okowa” as I mentioned in my earlier post. However, the “Okowa” I tried in my earlier post was not that good unfortunately. But this one is good! Just as I expected!!
Please read the post below if you would like to know more about “Okowa”. I wrote some explanation about “Okowa” in this post.
If you first try “Okowa” I recommend you go to a specialty shop or a restaurant for “Okowa” just like “Tagosaku” where I got this.
There are many different tastes/fillings of “Okowa” depending on the season.
The variety of this “Okowa” is pretty standard I think.
This is “Okowa” just as I expected.
When you cook rice it is very important how much water you add in a pot. That really affects the texture when you eat. I prefer less moist cooked rice and this one is just my type.
Average. Around 450 yen.
Not sure…I guess not that low…
|Easy to get?||★★★★☆ |
I got this at a building called “Ekinaka”. “Eki” means a station and “naka” means inside. Now you know, “Ekinaka” is located in a train station, in which there are lots of different small shops. I have seen “Tagosaku” in different “Ekinaka” so you will find them as well.
|Get again?||★★★★★ |
The materials may be changed in the future so
please check by yourself when you try it.
From the left,
- Gomoku (some veges & chicken)
- Kuri & Beans (chestnut)
- Sekihan (red beans, salt & sesame)
I like edamame! Edamame is soy beans. They are harvested at an early stage of development.
2019 Jun. posted.