This might be the first time that Jap...

This might be the first time that Japanese-grown sake rice has been exported

There are 1 comment on the The Japan Times story from Dec 26, 2009, titled This might be the first time that Japanese-grown sake rice has been exported. In it, The Japan Times reports that:

SAPPORO Sake will be made in Norway from imported Hokkaido-grown Ginpu rice, according to a farm cooperative group in the prefecture.

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Will Auld

United States

#2 Dec 29, 2009
A BC, Canada sake brewer Masa Shiroki, owner of Artisan Sakemaker ( http://www.artisansakemaker.com/ ), claims he has been importing sake rice for about 3 years.

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Will

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