You’ll really sound like a pro if you can pull this tongue twister out on a dime. The name translates to “5 million koku,” which is a reference to a bumper crop yield early in its development. For context, one “koku” of rice is 180 liters in volume. That’s a huge amount of rice!
Gohyakumangoku was developed in 1957 for Niigata prefecture’s cold climate and dry style. It grows quickly and
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