Gorakhpur: Popular Indian rice number’kala namak’ will shortly spoil the taste buds of these Japanese. An enterprising Gorakhpur native Ganesh Kumar Yadav, who’d gone to Japan years ago and runs several companies and hotels at Tsukuba close Tokyo, will shortly serve’kala namak’ in his restaurants.
Ganesh has sowed seeds of the popular rice variety within his farms at Scuba, also is optimistic that the odor and quality of the yield is going to be an immediate hit in Japan as well. The seeds to the rice variety had been shipped to him by his friend at Maharajganj, Hiralal Yadav, who’s an internationalist cyclist.
“During a trip to Japan this past year, I fulfilled Ganesh and suggested that he cultivates’kala namak’ since the climate there’s very conducive to this variety that is also developed in east Terai regions. He consented to this thought as he understands about the flavor and odor of’kala namak’,” explained Hiralal.