IN THE KITCHEN WITH RICE FLOUR

Cooking with rice flour (also rice powder) can often be tricky if you aren’t familiar with the various types of rice flour and how each one has a slightly different characteristic when used. Don’t worry! Japanese rice flour is now conveniently assorted into the three categories for easy identification while shopping. Check the number on the bag of rice flour and you are set to start cooking your favorite dishes!

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Products with Recommended Mark for Appropriate Use Labeling

Namisato Corporation

(Sano City, Tochigi Prefecture)

Rice flour (Strong Flour for Specialty Dishes)
(220g, 450g, 1kg bags)
Mix Flour made with Rice flour
(For Making Confectionery)(500g bag)

non gluten japanese riceflour

NETIN Co., Ltd.

(Tabuse Town, Yamaguchi Prefecture)

Yanokuni Innocent rice flour

(500g, 1kg, 10kb, 20kg bags)

non gluten japanese riceflour

Amichan Rice

(Yahaba-cho, Shiwa-gun, Iwate Prefecture)

Amichan rice flour
Brown rice Super Powder
(300g bag)

non gluten japanese riceflour

Miyoshi eco Noko Co., Ltd.

(Miyoshi Town, Miyoshi City, Hiroshima Prefecture)
(Tabuse Town, Yamaguchi Prefecture)

Deep-fried Foods with Rice Flour Batter

(150g bags)

non gluten japanese riceflour

Kumamoto Flour Milling Co., Ltd.

(Kumamoto City, Kumamoto Prefecture)

Kyushu Mizuho Chikara Rice Flour
(300g bag)

non gluten japanese riceflour

Updated on March 22, 2019

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