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●How to measure japanese multigrain rice.
Multigrain rice is a healthy rice popular in Japan. I explained that there is plenty of nutrition in the other day's article. I also told you how to cook rice in Japan. I explained how to cook Japanese rice, so this time I will tell you how to cook Multigrain rice.

How to cook Multigrain rice

Make 3gou (3 cups) of white rice. Add 3gou (3 cups) of water to the inner line of the rice cooker. Then put the multigrain in the rice soaked in water.

How much multigrain do you put?

1 tablespoon per 1 gou (1 cup). ※ 1 tablespoon 15cc (15ml) about 15g 1gou (180ml) = 150g Add 3 tablespoons to cook 3gou.

Types of spoons used for Japanese cuisine

From top to bottom Tablespoon 1/2 tablespoon Teaspoon 1/2 teaspoon

How much is this spoon?

1 tbsp … 15cc 1/2 tbsp … 7.5cc 1 tsp … 5cc 1/2 tsp … 2.5cc

"ml" conversion

1 teaspoon: 5ml teaspoon, almost the same as one teaspoon 1 tablespoon: 15ml, almost the same as one cup of curry spoon 1 cup: 200ml However, the standard cup for measuring rice is 1 cup = 180ml. Be careful not to make a mistake.
  • 1ml = 1cc.
In Japanese cuisine, we use 1 tablespoon and 1 teaspoon. Multigrain uses a tablespoon. I put Multigrain in a tablespoon.
Put 1 tablespoon of this amount in 1 gou (1 cup).


Cooking rice as it is is very delicious, but I put salt. If you add about 5g, Multigrain rice is a little salty when cooked, and you can eat only rice with Onigiri. Multigrain rice contains various types of grains so you can enjoy not only nutrition but also texture.


Cook a lot like delicious multigrain rice. In the next article, I will tell you how Multigrain rice was cooked in a rice cooker. Don't miss it, I bet you'll love it.

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