The miraculous rice from Ise shrine
In the autumn of 1989, the rice field of Ise Jingū was hit by two typhoons. The agricultural land affiliated with the shrine suffered damages, but some rice plants remained.
After this accident, this rice was considered to be the "rice of the deities." In 1996, the rice was shared with shrines across the archipelago and was named "Isehikari" by the head priest of Ise Jingu to commemorate the 2000th anniversary of the shrine.
Isehikari has now replaced Koshihikari rice for the offering of the Kannamesai festival, which is held every year in October. It is also known as the "miracle rice" because of its disease resistance and durability.
Pick your favorite rice
If you are concerned about your diet, brown rice is for you.
供TOMO offers you Isehikari range in two versions: white rice or brown rice.
Our goal is to make you live healthy in the Japanese way. To do so, we recommend brown rice for its richness in nutrients. You can also combine both brown and white rice for your meal.
We hope you will feel the power of Isehikari rice in your daily life!
Sharing the power of Isehikari rice in the world
Perfect for travel, picnics, or for a souvenir
供TOMO worked diligently to perfect a delectable vacuum packing that would ease stockpiling, preserve the distinct freshness and quality of this rice while also lengthening its lifespan. Enjoy your piece of Japan wherever you are!
Are you curious to know which taste has high quality Japanese rice ? 供TOMO Isehikari is for you. Designed to be offered without further packaging thanks to the traditional Mizuhiki (Japanese decorative string) printed on the front, feel free to send it directly to your loved ones, who may enjoy the good auspices of this special rice.
We hope that the natural energy of Isehikari will spread around the world and we are actively exporting to Europe and America.
From Japan to Monaco
Isehikari is the only rice from Japan authorized to bear the coat of arms of Monaco.
It is currently on sale at the Japanese restaurant MC by Kodera, which is also a licensed official supplier to H.S.H. the Sovereign Prince of Monaco, and tells the story of Ise Jingu Shrine and Isehikari rice to the people of Monaco who love Japan.