General answer: If you live in a city where many Japanese live, like Düsseldorf, there should be Supermarkt where Japanese food ingredients are sold. If you don't, as far as I know, 松竹 store has an online shop, which ships their goods to almost any European countries. https://shochiku-online.com/de/139-sushi-reis-k...
@tatsuca great, thanks. I didn't know that online-store. Sorry, I have 2 more questions: 1) during my time in Japan I mostly bought Koshihikari rice. Is the taste different from the Yumenishiki rice in your link? 2) In case you already tried european grown Japanese rice: are you satisfied with the taste of Japanese rice variants made in Europe?
@markgros 1) Well, I would say it is a little different, but the difference is so small and how you cook them will make them much more different. Also, not every one says one brand is absolutely better than another among these brand rices. I myself choose the first class brand but not Koshihikari, because the price is too high, probably because of its name-value. ^^;) 2) I haven't tried any European rice, but from my experience I was in California, short grained rices they grew using Japanese origin brand was not bad. (and very reasonable.) If you have ..hikari, or ..nishiki like local grown ones, I think it is worth trying. Long grain rices are totally different animals/ingredients, though. ;-)
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