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It is an elegant and refined rice with a firm grain texture, a slight sweet aroma, and a rich flavor and sweetness that spreads in your mouth as you chew.
It is soft, smooth on the tongue and smooth on the throat.
Japanese people speak of it as a rich and fragrant rice in the new rice season and, from the beginning of summer, lend it a refreshing aroma and sweetness.
This Kaze Sayaka rice goes well with dashi and can be served with casseroles (boiled fish), fried eggs (tamagoyaki) and oden, etc. in Japan.
Since it has a light and refreshing taste, it is also particularly recommended for sushi.