Cultivating a Japanese Staple
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Cultivating a Japanese Staple

A look at 16th generation rice grower Toshiyuki Tsuboya's fields in Niigata, Japan.Video: Lori Aratani/The Washington PostEditor: Francine Uenuma/washingtonpost.comRelated Story

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