字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Can you explain this? Rice cleaning. It doesn't taste good like this. This is rice that comes right out of the rice paddies? Yeah. And it still has like a shell on it? Yeah. You can eat it like this but it doesn't taste good at all. Jun's grandma and grandpa grow rice, so they get this- I guess you could say raw rice from them. And then you bring it to this machine and you pay a little bit of money- We have less than 15kg so it's ￥200. You can choose either ordinary milled rice or no-rinse. For the milled rice course, you can choose how clean you want it to be. If you choose no-rinse, then you don't have to wash the rice at home. What do you usually do? Either standard or 80% clean. If you choose 10% clean, the rice will still have nutrients on it. Does it cost more to make it cleaner? Yeah. If you choose no-rinse, it costs 100 yen more. Okay, so that's why you just do it here and then you wash it at home. Yeah. Put the coins in and pour the rice into the machine. Choose the course and then when it's done take the rice out. Oh--wait, it's a little different from how I just explained it. This is how the rice that comes right out of the rice paddies looks like. Oh, ones that come right out of the rice paddy are like that? But ours aren't. Our rice is uncleaned rice. My grand parents already took the momi (hull) off. How do you get it from here to here? We should ask my grandma and grandpa. I forgot the name but there's a machine that takes the momi (hull) off. You put it in that machine. You can change the course while it's cleaning. It will be done soon. Lucky~ Why? When I weighed the rice at home it said 9.4kg, and I'm supposed to pay 200 yen I think. Because it's less than 15kg and it's much more than 7kg. But it weighed it as less than 7? I guess so! Yay~ So now-- *stomps foot* This? Can I press it? You can press it all the way. That's good. Owner: Thank you! You should take a video. Now it's much more white. It's only 50-80% clean so it's still not that white yet. If you do the no-rinse course then it's much whiter.